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.

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 »

Brynn Moynihan ’21

Scoop at Night.

Beckon Ice Cream, Allston, MA My first demo with one of the other interns in a Whole Foods. This summer, I was given the opportunity to work at Beckon Ice Cream, a start-up based in Allston, Mass. Beckon Ice Cream produces lactose free ice cream that is made with… Continue reading »

Julia Tucher ’21

Julia Tucher – Photo1

Whooo’s Reading, New York, NY Whooo’s Reading (WR) is an education technology (edtech) start-up founded by a group of Williams alumni from the Class of 2012 with the goal of creating and promoting better reading comprehension assessment tools for teachers while maintaining a fun virtual learning environment for students. Continue reading »

Abigail Yu ’21

Abigail Yu – Photo3

Lever, Inc., North Adams, MA For the past ten weeks, I have been working as a management consulting intern in North Adams for Lever—a non-profit incubator that typically incubates high-growth start-ups in the Berkshire region. This year, however, Lever is also hosting their very first Intrapreneur Challenge, in which… Continue reading »

Amanda Chen ’20

The CEO of Rebecca Allen helps to organize shades of the New Pump to be used in new launch illustrations and press releases.

Rebecca Allen, New York, NY I truly feel that my experience getting to work closely with Rebecca Allen as a design intern changed my perspective not only on my career interests, but on how I can be of most use to society. I applied and accepted this position primarily because… Continue reading »

John Lamont ’20

Small office in Washington, DC, located in a WeWork, a coworking space which is a startup itself where most people worked.

Agora Partnerships, Washington, DC This past summer, I had the opportunity to work for Agora Partnerships, a non-profit based in Washington, DC. Agora consults and invests in small companies throughout Latin America who meet one of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. These start-ups are small in scale, with many not… Continue reading »

Alexander Trevithick ’21

Alex giving a presentation on SQL coding and procedure.

Haystack Search, New York, NY I had an incredible experience this summer, learning the ins and outs of a start-up in the seed stage, where the product is not yet completely viable. I worked at Haystack Search, which is aiming to be the future of physical retail, and consequently, we… Continue reading »

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