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This is no small feat, and we hope you take some time to celebrate your accomplishment. We know you'll be a fantastic addition to our community, and we hope you agree.
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Williams alumni go on to successful careers in law, education, medicine, the arts and so much more, and they attribute their success to the experiences they had and the connections they made during their four years here.
Mariam Naficy ’91 can attest to that: After Williams, she worked for Goldman Sachs and attended the Stanford Graduate School of Business before becoming the founder and CEO of Minted. Read more of Mariam’s story and learn why she thinks Williams graduates are the best job candidates.
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Geosciences professor José Constantine, who just won a $135,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, says of his research: “I try to answer questions that might unlock the mysteries of why rivers move, jump and reshape the landscape.” He and his students are studying everything from the evolution of Amazon rivers to the human impact on the meandering Housatonic as it cuts through nearby Pittsfield, Mass.
As a Williams student, Jaelon Moaney ’19 started a book club for young men of color at an area high school; now he serves as a legislative correspondent in Washington, D.C., for U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland. Learn more about his work—and that of other students—to make meaningful connections with Pittsfield school students in the article “The Power of Presence.”
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With our campus closed as a result of COVID-19, we are in uncharted territory. While this is not how any of us envisioned your introduction to Williams, we are excited to offer online experiences to help you get to know Williams from afar.
Take a deep dive into the campus experience with our virtual tour, hosted by current Williams students.
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Listen in on two phonecasts we hosted recently with parents of current Ephs, and admission and financial aid staff.
Find all the details you need to support your student as they make the move to Williams.
While we can’t host you in person this year, we want to make sure you get all your questions answered.
Get the latest on Williams’ response to COVID-19.
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