Summer 2013: Northrop Grumman

Pedro Viterbi Life, Viterbi Summer Leave a Comment

Hey there! Last day of instruction was on Friday and even though I am fearful of the intricacies that my graceful EE 202, Math 245, and Physics 153 Professors will decide to put on the finals, I am looking forward to getting it over with. Cannot believe that I am a summer away from being a Junior.

This summer, I will be rejoining Northrop Grumman but I will be relocating one entire mile from El Segundo to Redondo Beach. Looking forward to working on a bigger campus and getting to know more professionals and interns. The first few weeks I will be working with Software Development for Unmanned Combat Air Systems but come mid-June, I will be part of a Professional Development Program where I will get the opportunity to work with a different Integrated Test Program Leader every few weeks. This will help me enhance my technical, communication, and interpersonal skills while allowing me to acquire a breadth of information to be a more dynamic asset to the company. I know it will be a challenge but I am looking forward to it.

In July, I am also planning on taking a trip to Mexico to visit my grandfather who is turning 99. He is still on his bike and staying healthy. It is such a delight and inspiration to be around him and I am looking forward to hearing his jokes and infinite wisdom.

I will be blogging during the summer to keep you all up to date with my internship and the fun places I visit in LA.

Thanks for reading, Fight On!

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