’68 Center for Career Exploration’s Statement on Racial Injustice: Following the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and many others, the ’68 Center acknowledges the systemic racism that exists in our society. We mourn their deaths and those of countless other Black Americans who have lost their lives or suffered due to oppression and discrimination. We condemn all forms of violence, and we support the dismantling of this hatred that has been an issue in our country for centuries. We are working to make contributions within our own field through our Careers with Social Impact career community and collection of identity-based resources, which are available to all students. More broadly, we are committed to ensuring access to career opportunities for all Williams students, and to helping them connect their work in any field to their goals for social impact.
Learn how to start using the ’68 Center for Career Exploration from day one at Williams. The Career Preparation curriculum provides skills-based tools and recommendations for yearly engagement in career exploration.
Explore Our Six Career Communities:
Our virtual career communities are inclusive knowledge sharing spaces organized by industry, not major, to enable you to apply your skills, interests and values to diverse fields. Students are encouraged to sample multiple career communities to help you explore potential post-Williams paths.