Over the years, thousands of Williams students have used their liberal arts education to change lives by pursuing various types of public service. These careers with social impact (CSI) are challenging, yet rewarding, contributing to entire populations in seen and unseen ways. Whether you’re interested in policy research, law, nonprofit fundraising or advocacy, we’re here to help you explore the many careers that shape our society and our way of life.
Explore Career Resources
Meet With Your Advisor
For quick questions, stop by the Career Center 1-3:45 p.m., Monday through Friday. Walk-in appointments are 15 minutes. If you’re ready to discuss career options, resume and cover letter, job applications, or interview skills, use Handshake to set up a half hour appointment.
Be sure to sign up for any of the CSI list serves on Handshake so you never miss out on events, jobs, interesting news, CSI treks, Winter Study and career meetups.
You’ve found your dream job—what now? The application process can be quite daunting.That is why we have created a sample, CSI-specific Resume to help you make your best first written impression. Not sure how to get started on a coverletter? Review our resource here and try your hand at creating your own. Follow up by visiting me to review your resume and coverletter.
Seriously, making connections with alumni, faculty, parents, teammates...this is how 70% of Williams grads get internships and jobs in the social sector. Good news, the Career Center offers an amazing tool (the Alumni Directory) that connects you to thousands of new Williams alumni friends who can help. I can help you build a personal networking plan. In fact consider, me your next friendly contact! There are many resources available to you when it’s your time! Did you also know that we can help you with interviewing? Come in and talk to me today to carve out your job search strategy and to check in with me to be sure you are on track.
Center for Learning in Action (CLiA) - The CLiA strives to cultivate and sustain experiential learning opportunities, curricular and non-curricular, in service of the teaching goals of our faculty, the civic aspirations of our students and the needs of the wider community.
Chaplain’s Office - The chaplains provide spiritual direction and counseling, and seek to support and facilitate the growth and development of all students. The chaplains work closely with the Center for Learning in Action to support student efforts in community service and other needs in the surrounding community.
The Davis Center - The Davis Center advances broad campus engagement with complex issues of identity, history, and cultures as they affect intellectual, creative, and social life.
GoingGlobal - Packed with country-specific career information, this research tool provides expert advice and insider tips for finding employment opportunities at home and abroad.
Internships-USA - More than 3,000 organizations offering internships for college and law students. Please log into your Rte 2 account for the username and password to access this site. Both are located about 2/3 of the way down on your "Home" page.
Linkedin - This networking site helps you to build your professional contacts and offers a job search database.