Fast-paced, demanding hours, constant travel, challenging clients, good pay, stimulating environment, intense teamwork. These words describe the corporate culture of consulting. If that intrigues you, read on.

Competition for a spot at a top consulting firm is fierce; only a small percentage of those trying out will succeed in landing an entry-level position. Williams students, however, have done better than average in securing positions in these industries. It demands a stellar academic record, serious preparation, and extreme poise during the interview process.

Employers often begin recruiting for consulting internships and full-time positions very early in the fall, but we encourage you to start early.  Preparing for the consulting interview process is labor intensive and takes time and practice.  To get started, check out the Vault Guide to Consulting, which can be downloaded at no cost through this Williams specific link.

  • The following student groups at Williams offer an opportunity to try out consulting, develop relevant skills, and demonstrate your career interest to employers.

    Student Organization Contact List

    Alhambra Student Consulting Group

    Consulting Club


    Women in Business

    Williams Business Association (WBA)


2016 Williams Career Center Staff

Robin Meyer, Associate Director/Director of Employer Relations

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