You want to meet other Ephs who do what you do – or would like to do someday. Our toolset of online resources helps you find those connections; our calendar of in-person and virtual career networking events helps you facilitate conversations and forge professional relationships.
New in 2020: Speed Networking Roadshow
No matter where you are in your career journey, this five-stop roadshow will take your professional networking to the next level by combining the traditional value of face-to-face meetings with the latest in matching technology. Guided by a customized schedule around your interests and expertise, you’ll connect with other Ephs who can have a meaningful impact on your work.
- Washington, DC, February 12, Hogan Lovells Conference Center
- New York City, March 4, Williams Club
- Boston, April 22, District Hall POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
- Williamstown, May 9, Bolin Legacy Weekend CANCELLED
- San Francisco, May 20, Google Community Space POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Connect with fellow alumni through Williams’ online career database. You’ll find accomplished, relevant, helpful Eph connections with a few clicks. Read stories from alumni here about career connections made possible through the Eph Network.
Williams’ mentorship platform provides a customizable way for Ephs of every age and career stage to create purposeful connections – allowing you the opportunity to offer professional advice to students, as well as your fellow alumni. You can also post or search for experienced-level opportunities on the alumni-to-alumni Jobs Board.
More than 22,000 Williams alumni are on LinkedIn, and you can connect with them easily via Williams’ own LinkedIn page. In addition, you can participate in conversations with other Ephs and check out alumni-to-alumni job posts via the Williams Alumni LinkedIn discussion group.
Switchboard is a virtual space that allows Williams people to ASK for and OFFER tangible or intangible things—including jobs/internships and career advice—to other Ephs, no matter where they are in the world. Learn more by clicking here.