2019 College Intern Electrical Engineer
Internship and Cooperative Education (Co-op) opportunities at Northrop Grumman are unique. Sure, you'll learn new skills, explore our enterprise, network with experts, connect with thought leaders, and finish with a resume that opens doors. But you'll gain something even more valuable: pride in what you've done. Internships and Co-ops are a key strategy in Northrop Grumman's college recruiting program. Northrop Grumman offers a variety of challenging internships/co-ops for qualified candidates currently pursuing a Bachelors, Masters or PhD degree in many Business and Operation Support Opportunities.
Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in autonomous systems, cyber, C4ISR, strike, and logistics and modernization to government and commercial customers worldwide.
Internship and Co-op opportunities may be part time while attending class (for schools that are a commutable distance to a Northrop Grumman facility, or full time (minimum 8-12 week commitment) in the summer. Cooperative Education opportunities are limited to participating Northrop Grumman locations and candidates from approved university Cooperative Education programs.
Wondering what you could be doing as an Engineer in an Internship
As an electrical engineer, you could find yourself in a role as an Analog Design Engineer, Antenna RF Engineer, Avionics Engineer, Circuit Designer, Digital / FPGA Design Engineer, Electrical System Design Integration, Field Technician Systems, Architecture and Design, Network Engineer, Power Electronics Engineer, Product Development Engineer, Radar Systems Engineer, RF/Microwave Engineer, Signal/Image Processing.
Performance standards that an incumbent must have to be successful in this position include:
- Leadership and teamwork capabilities
- Interpersonal communication skills
- Extracurricular activities (campus organizations, clubs, student organizations, community service)
- Ability to effectively articulate technical challenges and solutions
- Exceptional written and oral communication skills
- Be a student who is enrolled full-time and pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited college/university
- Be majoring in a science, technology, engineering, or math related degree
- Have an overall cumulative GPA of 3.25/4.0 or higher
- Be able to obtain a U.S. Government security clearance (U.S. citizenship is a pre-requisite)
- Overall GPA of 3.7
- Working on an electrical engineering degree with classes in power engineering (power supply design, DC/DC converters, solar array and battery), Analog Circuit Design, and hands on lab experience
- Prior internship or research experience in related field
- Proficiency in Microsoft office suite
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