After Williams

'68 Center for Career Exploration

Dedicated to the future success of Williams students, the ’68 Center for Career Exploration is a one-stop resource for career exploration: internship and job searching, career treks across the country, résumé critiques, interviewing advice, networking and more.

Visualize Your Liberal Arts Future

This interactive graphic maps the study and career paths of over 31,000 alumni, illustrating how every major at Williams will equip you to take your career—and your life—wherever you want them to go.

Alumni Sponsored
Internship Program

Available to first-years, sophomores and juniors, ASIP grants fund summer internships that enable students to explore career fields, develop skills and experience, and build a network for life after graduation.

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Alumni mentorship is a powerful resource on your Williams journey. The EphLink platform makes it easy to connect with Williams alumni in every profession, and any part of the world—allowing you to get advice and make connections with people who’ve traveled the path you’re only starting to explore. 


six Watson fellows
two Schwarzman
a Churchill
a Truman
a Gates Cambridge
two Rhodes
two Knight-Hennessy
five Goldwater
and more than
50 Fulbright Scholars

Through the research they pursue, opportunities they seize, and support they receive from faculty and staff, Williams students are well positioned to secure research funding and post-graduate honors. The college also offers its own post-grad fellowships, including to Oxford and Cambridge, to foster students' academic, creative and personal growth.