Northrop Grumman Reps Visit CBA on Intern Search
Cal Poly Pomona students gathered in the College of Business Administration’s courtyard Jan. 21 vying for a spot in Northrop Grumman’s business management internship program.
Although it’s known more for building bombers and spacecrafts, the business management internship program allows students to rotate through several Northrop Grumman organizations for a broad experience and internships can last up to three years, often leading to full-time employment after graduation.
As career center counselor and liaison to the College of Business Administration, Cherrie Peters helped organize the event and says there were 103 students pre-registered to meet with Northrop Grumman.
Students lined up to hand resumes to company representatives and used the brief face-to-face time to explain why he or she would be a good fit for the internship program.
Following the meet-and-greet, Northrop Grumman representatives reviewed the candidates and had highly-qualified students return for interviews that took place over the next six hours.
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