The workforce here at Crane is dedicated to the communities in which they live. Our workforce directly supports thousands of elementary and high school students through tutoring, mentoring, and field trips. In efforts to strengthen participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), Crane has supported 128 teachers in the community with science workshops, kits for engineers to share in the classroom, and the lending library. Our employees volunteer with the SeaPerch competition and mentor robotic teams helping over 500 students gain knowledge of STEM. Over 37 schools in our region have been impacted by STEM outreach efforts from Crane employees.

Check out Student Opportunities if you're a college student.

The University Engagement section of the Chief Technology Office (CTO) actively engages academic organizations in order to foster Science and Technology related relationships and collaboration.  All efforts are focused on supporting the Warfighter These efforts are achieved by:

  • Identifying academic institutions with similiar interests
  • Fostering discssions within each organization to determine like-minded goals
  • Mentoring the relationship
  • Connect stakeholders with the proper mechanisms to foster success

Other programs associated with CTO University Engagement are: Alternative Funding Opportunities (Grants, Broad Agency Announcements, Broad Ordering Agreement), Research Appointments, Student Internships and CO-OPs and Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) PhD programs. 

If you are interested in working with NSWC Crane, please contact us at the e-mail listed below.