Come to the April 25 session to find out if a General Dynamics career opportunity is for you.
Posted on 04/12/2019
Five students listening to a machine shop teacher

General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) will hold a career information session from 7-8 p.m. on Thursday, April 25, 2019, at the Kelly Leadership Center for students with an interest in the following career concentration areas:

  • Logistics (packing/crating)
  • Warehouse
  • Drivers/Couriers
  • Automotive Mechanics
GDIT wants to sponsor students with a background and interest in professional services for high level security clearances. As part of its Careers Access Program, students receive an offer of employment with GDIT upon high school graduation and successful completion of the clearance process. Students also have access to consultations with technical resources currently working in the space, development training, speakers series at GDIT, and a number of additional benefits while they are in school.

Find out more at the information session or visit the GDIT website.

Positions at GDIT start at $23 an hour and are full-time with benefits. These positions require high level government clearance, which takes 18-24 months to obtain, and completion of a polygraph examination. Students who interview and are vetted by GDIT will begin the clearance process after high school graduation.