We give our people the chance to give back.
Community engagement is at the core of our mission.
The people of General Dynamics Mission Systems are difference makers,
not just at work but in the communities, we call home.
HOW WE'RE MAKING AN IMPACT.
Our facilities are in compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations and we strive to improve environmental quality by minimizing waste and emissions, reusing and recycling, reducing the use of natural resources and promoting pollution prevention efforts throughout the company.
We are active in the communities we call home. A few examples of our commitment in action:
- We sponsor the Kids Children’s Museum in Appleton, Wisconsin.
- We formed a volunteer Clean-up and Restoration Committee in San Diego, California.
- We partner with several programs in Maine to address problems of food insecurity.
- Many of our businesses work with Habitat for Humanity in multiple locations nationwide.
- We support Jill’s House, an organization that celebrates children with special needs.
We believe that investing in the next generation of leaders means investing education. A few ways we’re making a difference:
- We support the Savannah Music Festival’s Musical Explorers, a comprehensive education program that reaches nearly 11,000 kindergarten through second-grade students and more than 350 teachers in the Savannah, Georgia, area.
- In Taunton, Massachusetts, we’ve established a mentoring program to introduce students to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) topics.
- A group of volunteer Mission Systems engineers run the eCrew program in Arizona. In partnership with The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale and with the East Valley Boys & Girls Club (Gilbert), they are introducing middle school students to engineering through a 12-week curriculum with hands-on projects requiring students to build, test and redesign their ideas.
- We host STEM tours at our Sterling Heights, Michigan location, showing hundreds of students how the company intersects science, technology, engineering and math into daily jobs.
- We run a Women in Defense Scholarship program and sponsor several student-run robotics teams.
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Whether walking along the paths paved by strong women before them or blazing their own trails, the women of General Dynamics Mission Systems are making history by leaning in. You’ll find our women front and center in every corner of the business. From engineering to finance and manufacturing to supp…
General Dynamics Mission Systems Vice President of Engineering, Lisa Finneran, was awarded the Women in Technology (WIT) Leadership Award in the corporate large-market sector.
David Macchiarolo is a senior deputy program manager, engineering, for Undersea/Telecom Systems in McLeansville, North Carolina, and has been volunteering for 15 years with the North Carolina Science Olympiad (NCSO) and stressing the importance of STEM education in our schools.