Progressive employer Northrop Grumman inspires younger generation to consider STEM careers via exciting events like Cheltenham Science Festival


Northrop Grumman inspires future talent at Science Festival

Northrop Grumman inspires future talent at Science Festival

Northrop Grumman inspired a new generation to consider STEM careers by attending the Cheltenham Science Festival. The event brought together some of the best scientists, writers and thinkers to explore big ideas and answer big questions over six days.

Festival highlights included Rick Armstrong remembering his father Neil Armstrong’s 1969 mission to the moon, bestselling author Matt Haig and CBBC’s Operation Ouch presenter Dr Ronxare acting as Guest Curators for the theme of Wellness, a visit from Nobel prize-winning biologist Venki Ramakrishnan, and hundreds of free activities for all ages.

Members of the enthusiastic Northrop Grumman team were at the Festival for the full week and caught up with young talent about cyber career opportunities. 

Northrop Grumman cyber career opportunities

Crypto Challenge Escape Room

Northrop Grumman also brought an exciting Crypto Challenge Escape Room to the event, inviting guests to try to crack the code in the cyber zone.

Northrop Grumman escape room cyber zone

Career opportunities for future cyber talent

The main aim of Northrop Grumman's attendance was to showcase career opportunities for future cyber talent - as part of the company's work to help bridge the skills gap.

Northrop Grumman cyber careers

An exciting festival

Northrop Grumman took to Twitter to celebrate the end of an exciting week at the Festival, asking: "Have you been inspired? Tell us what you loved the most."

Northrop Grumman science festival

One of many career inspiration initiatives Northrop Grumman supports 

In addition to the Science Festival, Northrop Grumman gets involved in many other activities designed to inspire young people to consider STEM careers. For example, Northrop Grumman's Colorado Springs employees built and launched paper rockets with 350+ K-3rd graders, collected 15 garbage bags of trash during a trail clean-up and supported 18 elementary students who built and operated their first SeaPerch robots.

Northrop Grumman Colorado Springs STEM event

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