Q. What technologies do you work with, develop, and advance?
A. Technologies we focus on include: advanced materials • analysis, simulation, and modeling • electro-optics • communications • environmental sciences • guidance, navigation, and control systems • liquid propellants • millimeter and microwave electronics • software and processors • space science instruments • stealth technologies • systems architecture and integration – and more.
Q. Where are you located?
A. We have locations in some of the most desirable cities in the world, as well as many rural small towns in the U.S. Browse our Locations section for details.
Q. Do you offer relocation assistance?
A. Yes, most of our positions provide relocation assistance. We suggest that you review the job description for any position you're interested in to see if you're eligible.
Q. What kind of support will I receive when joining Lockheed Martin following graduation?
A. We have a corporate-wide New Employee Orientation program to help you transition into your new career out of college and many other resources to set you up for success. You'll find that your managers, mentors, and peers will be eager to offer assistance and advice. We also offer buddy programs, monthly reviews, and New Hire Clubs, to name just a few programs we have in place to help new employees feel welcome.
Q: Does Lockheed Martin hire summer interns? How can I view internship opportunities?
A: We offer a variety of internships and co-ops that provide the chance for students to gain real-world experience. The majority of the internships are posted on the website between September through November. You can search currently available student opportunities – Interns & Co-Op's.
Q: Does Lockheed Martin offer paid internship opportunities? How much do they pay?
A: All Lockheed Martin internships are paid. The pay is based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, the geographic location, market, and skills.
Q. What kind of college major do I need for a job at Lockheed Martin?
A. Lockheed Martin, our student programs are open to all Engineering majors, as well as Mathematics, Physics, Business, Finance, Supply Chain, HR and associated disciplines. Typically, we seek candidates with a Bachelor's or Master's degree, or PhD with a cumulative GPA of 2.8 and above in their field of study.
- Aerospace Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Communications/Public Relations
- Electrical Engineering
- Human Resources
- Materials Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Nuclear Engineering
- Software Engineering
- Supply Chain Management
- Systems Engineering
To learn more about joining Lockheed Martin after college, visit our College Students page.
Q: When is Lockheed Martin coming to my school for a career fair?
A: Check out our Campus Events page for a current schedule of events. If you do not see your school on the list, you can view our other events that are in your region.
Q. How many college students are you hiring this year?
A. We look for graduates and students to fill over 2,000 full-time and intern/co-op openings per year.
Q. Do you offer education assistance?
A. Yes, and each of our locations offers additional, site-specific training and development opportunities and support for educational advancement relevant to your expertise.
Q. Can I pursue a graduate degree while employed at Lockheed Martin?
A. Yes. All of our employees are eligible for tuition reimbursement for continuing and graduate education in a field related to the business. We encourage ongoing learning and growth throughout your career.