Thomsen 1979 Fund for Entrepreneurship at Williams

The Thomsen 1979 Fund for Entrepreneurship at Williams provides support through the ’68 Center for Career Exploration for theoretical and experiential learning for current students focused on business start-ups, including summer internships in entrepreneurial ventures across industries.

Indira Thodiyil ’25


Indira Thodiyil working.

muun chi, Los Angeles, CA This summer, I interned at muun chi, a health foods startup in Los Angeles, dedicated to harnessing and sharing the power of functional foods to heal and balance the gut and human body. Founded by Williams alumni Manette McDermott ’79 and Bill McCalpin ’79, the… Continue reading »

Trish Massaro ’23


Trish Massaro at work.

Mindyra, Darien, CT This summer I had the privilege of working with Mindyra Health Corporation as a content marketing analyst. Mindyra is a digital behavioral health company that is focused on helping corporations, healthcare providers and schools measure health risks—including mental, physical and social—in order to identify better mental health… Continue reading »

Jacob Fink ’23


Lever, Inc., North Adams, MA This summer was extremely impactful regarding my development as a student and professional. From my first day on the job, my co-workers at Lever were extremely courteous and created an efficient work environment. Although my title was management consulting intern, I came in not exactly… Continue reading »

Julia D. Powell ’23


Global Cultural Asset Management, North Adams, MA Due to the generosity of Peter ’79 and Laurie ’79 Thomsen, this summer I was thrilled to participate in an internship at Global Capital Asset Management (GCAM). The firm is a small museum and arts consulting company based in North Adams. GCAM was… Continue reading »

Chandler Dula ’23

Chandler Dula '23 in front of skyline

HBS CORe Program, Professional Development Course The Harvard Business School Credential of Readiness (CORe) Program has allowed me to learn countless business and financial concepts that will aid me not only in my career, but through life in general. CORe is a 10-week 
program geared towards helping students understand how… Continue reading »

Long Le ’21

HBS CORe Program, Professional Development Course I first heard about the Harvard Credential of Readiness (CORe) Program through one of my friends about two years ago. He thought it was very interesting and covered material not taught at Williams even in the economics department. I have wanted to take the… Continue reading »

Yash Mangal ’23

Screenshot of Yash Mangal '23 on zoom

Kountable, Inc., San Francisco, CA This summer, I had the opportunity to intern remotely at Kountable, a fast-paced fintech start-up headquartered in San Francisco. Kountable is a global trade and technology platform which delivers finance solutions, supply chain auditability, and transparency to entrepreneurs by using data-driven insights. Kountable essentially facilitates… Continue reading »

Gabrielle Martin ’21

Gabrielle Martin '21 on laptop

HBS CORe Program, Professional Development Course This summer I enrolled in a professional development course at Harvard’s Online Business School, called the Credential of Readiness (CORe) Program. I initially planned on interning at Rush Medical Center, but due to the pandemic, the program was cancelled and I utilized this… Continue reading »

Morgan Noonan ’22

Morgan Noonan '22 sitting on ledge

Tuck Business Bridge Virtual Program, Professional Development Course This summer I attended the virtual Tuck Business Bridge Program which provided me with a face-paced, rigorous introduction to the world of business. The program consisted of five core courses: corporate finance, financial accounting, spreadsheet modeling, marketing, and managerial economics. Being that… Continue reading »

Helene Ryu ’22

Helene Ryu '22 holding a

Clocky LLC, Brooklyn, NY This summer, I had the privilege of working remotely as a graphic design and illustration intern with Clocky—a small company that sells cute little alarm clocks that can run away on wheels. I worked mainly with the CEO/founder of the company, Gauri Nanda, as well as… Continue reading »

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