RTX (formerly Raytheon Technologies) spans the full spectrum of aviation, space and defense, designing and manufacturing advanced defense platforms, including the Patriot and Joint Strike Missiles. LGO students helped RTX improve the sustainability of their factories, explore how 3D printing can be used in manufacturing missiles, and aligned product design and new manufacturing lines. Before its merger with Raytheon, United Technologies was also a long-time partner of MIT LGO.

At RTX, we’re accelerating ideas to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges by bringing together the brightest, most innovative minds across aviation, space and defense. We form an unrivaled company, with one team coming together across the globe to push the limits of known science and redefine how we connect and protect our world. We are advancing aviation, building smarter defense systems and creating innovations to take us deeper into space.

With more than 30 LGO alumni distributed throughout the enterprise, you will enjoy plentiful opportunities for mentorship and a vast network to accelerate your career path at Raytheon Technologies. Many alumni at RTX pursue careers in program management or operations, while many others pursue careers in a variety of functional areas including engineering, supply chain, business development, strategy, finance, and advanced technology. Whatever your goals or interests, we have an opportunity and a need for your talent.

Rotational & Leadership Development Opportunities: RTX encourages self-directed rotation and it is common for LGO alumni to identify new opportunities after 18 months in role. This is available to all employees but made easier with the help of the alumni network.

Frequent job titles at hire: Senior Operations Engineer, Program Operations Manager

Kevin Thomas (LGO ’16)

General Manager, East Hartford Repair Operations, Pratt & Whitney
While at LGO: MBA & SM Mechanical Engineering
Previous studies: US Coast Guard Academy, Mechanical Engineering

After graduation from LGO, Kevin joined Pratt & Whitney’s leadership development program. In his first year at the company, he achieved decreased turnaround time for third-party logistics providers, led analytics efforts for business development, and created standard work practices for enterprise software systems. Kevin rose through various deputy and acting General Manager roles in maintenance sites before becoming the Director responsible for all large commercial engine on-wing and near-wing maintenance.

Christine Wong (LGO ’02)

Associate Director, Test and Repair Operations, Verizon
While at LGO: MBA & SM Civil and Environmental Engineering
Previous studies: University of Pennsylvania

Annabel Flores (LGO ’03)

Deputy President of Land and Air Defense
While at LGO: MBA & SM Mechanical Engineering
Previous studies: MIT, Mechanical Engineering

Annabel has worked at RTX (Raytheon) since graduating from the LGO program, by her count some 17 roles of increasing responsibility leading up to her current job as Deputy President of Land and Air Defense. She is a passionate advocate of diversifying the STEM pipeline and serves as a senior advisor to the LGO URM Alumni Group.

Tyler Eggleston (LGO ’22)

Manager, Supply Chain Management, Raytheon
While at LGO: MBA & SM Mechanical Engineering
Previous studies: Brigham Young University, Mechanical Engineering

Tyler joined LGO after starting his Engineering career at RTX. A Best Thesis nominee at LGO, he returned to RTX where he now manages cost and schedule performance for supply chain content across his portfolio.