Ahmed Al Khalayleh ’19

Queen Rania Foundation, Edraak, Jordan Although I may not choose teaching as a profession, I have long had an interest in education, particularly back home in Jordan. This summer I had my first experience working in this field during my internship at Edraak. Edraak, now an independent company, is an… Continue reading »

Alden Taylor ’19

Office of Senator Maggie Hassan, Washington, DC Alden with Senator Maggie Hassan (D-NH), for whom he worked this summer. For more than two months this summer, I worked as an intern in the office of Senator Maggie Hassan, the Democratic Junior Senator from New Hampshire. In this capacity,… Continue reading »

Alejandra Patlan ’19

Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program, Colchester, VT Over the course of my internship with the Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program (VRRP) I learned quite a lot about both the community it takes and the individual drive needed to do this work. At first glance, it may seem like VRRP maintains a busy… Continue reading »

Alex Bank ’20

A first grade class at KIPP Philadelphia Elementary Academy.

KIPP Philadelphia Schools, Philadelphia, PA My grandfather grew up in Strawberry Mansion—then and now it is an economically disadvantaged and dangerous area of Philadelphia. His father owned a drug store, and planted rose bushes that spread up the facade of the store, giving color and hope to the community. Those… Continue reading »

Alexander Trevithick ’21

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 »

Alexandra Krstic ’19

Legal Services NYC, Disability Advocacy Project, Brooklyn, NY Alexandra sitting at her desk in the midst of a typical day at the office. In front the pad lists all the cases that haven’t been taken by a lawyer. I have long struggled to find a field in which… Continue reading »

Alexandra Medeiros ’20

Massachusetts General Hospital, Center for Addiction Medicine, Boston, MA For the most recent past, I have considered the reality of being a psychologist. I found such a love after taking Introductory Psychology at Williams College during my first semester. I fell in love with the experiments, the theories, the people… Continue reading »

Alexandra Melishkevich ’19

Alexandra and two Marine Security Guards after attending an Embassy-organized Fourth of July Event.

U.S. Embassy Chisinau, Moldova For eight weeks this summer, I lived in Chisinau, Moldova, where I worked in the Regional Security Office (RSO) of the local U.S. Embassy. Though I have long considered a career in the government, this was my first opportunity to experience what one possible governmental career… Continue reading »

Alison McNamara ’19

Alison and Williams Alumna Sally Bradford ‘80 at the Handel and Haydn Society.

The Handel and Haydn Society, Boston, MA This summer, I interned in the marketing department at the Handel and Haydn Society, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to delivering Baroque and Classical music to audiences in the greater Boston area. The Handel and Haydn Society is the oldest continually run… 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 »