What activities does the organization engage in? How is the organization structured? How are members motivated to work on behalf of the organization? We will consider these questions by primarily relying on economic analysis but also take up some of the issues from the vantage of other social sciences.
From the Econ Department - Internship/Job Possibility - Homecoming Celebration
From: Newell, Melissa Allison Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 8:08 AM To: Econ Faculty Subject: Northrop Grumman Recruiting Event and Homecoming
Please feel free to pass along the information below and promote
these upcoming events to your undergraduate Economics students (or those
interested in the major). We hope you are able to attend the Homecoming
Celebration on Saturday- it is always a great time and a good way for students
to connect to the Department and meet others.
Northrop Grumman Info Event
Thursday, October 23
Business Casual Attire
Internships and Full-Time Positions!
An Executive from
Northrop Grumman (and UI Alumnus) will be presenting on the company and providing information on internshipsand full-time opportunities! Even if you are not looking for an internship or
full-time job yet, this is a great opportunity to hear about a company who
recruits Econ students.
We have Econ alumni
working for Northrop Grumman (positions such as Financial Analyst), and they
recruit on campus, and are looking for Economics Students. This is a
great opportunity to hear more about the company, ask questions, and network.
Northrop Grumman is a
leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and
solutions in unmanned systems, cyber, C4ISR, and logistics and modernization to
government and commercial customers worldwide.