Dear Ephs, 

The '68 Center for Career Exploration is committed to remaining virtually open and is well-positioned for a new remote reality during this turbulent time. The majority of our services and programs are now available online, we are here to support students' summer and post-graduate aspirations. Internships and job postings can be sourced through Handshake and can be filtered by "remote work" opportunities. Virtual career advising appointments can also be scheduled via Handshake, which also features our spring events calendar, including many of the upcoming spring programs listed below.

Another virtual tool, EphLink, was built for remote connections and 76% of the Williams student body has activated their accounts. Now is the perfect time for students to join the community, fill out a profile, and start connecting with alumni! In short, the '68 Center is open to support all students to explore, define, and achieve their professional goals. Our collective strength is our commitment to the Eph community and a longstanding tradition of supporting one another through difficult times.

- Don Kjelleren, Director
For a full list of upcoming employer events, please visit Handshake.

Webinar: Life in the Foreign Service (State Department)
Monday, April 6, 2020 | 12:00 p.m.
Hosted by Maria Alejandra Ferreira-Sachero '01, Executive Assistant to Ambassador Buchan, U.S. Embassy Madrid - Do you dream of traveling the world to learn about new cultures and different perspectives? Of serving your country and making an impact? Get a sneak peek at what life in the foreign service is all about during this one-hour webinar. Register here!

Senior Week! Drop-In Career Planning
April 7 - 9, 2020 | 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (EST)
Plan for life after Williams by speaking with our advisors over virtual drop-in hours. Register here!

Alumni Sponsored Internship Program
The Virtual ASIP Application Workshops are posted on Handshake and begin on Tuesday,
April 21st.  The ASIP Application Deadline for Round 2 (via
Handshake) has been extended
until Sunday, May 3rd at 11:55 p.m.
Due to the rapid developments of COVID-19, a final decision has not been made about the status of summer funding (ASIPs, Fellowships, Sentinel Fellows, etc.). 

St. George's University School of Medicine Information Session
Wednesday, April 15, 2020 | 12:00 p.m. (EST)
Register here!

Williams Summit on Entrepreneurship
Now Virtual! April 16 - 18, 2020
Details coming soon!

Law and Social Justice Series:

Thursday, April 23, 2020 | 6:00 - 7:15 p.m (EST)
Register hereShaurn Thomas, Jim Figorski, Esq. and Stephen D. Brown, Esq. '71 Present a Conversation on Wrongful Convictions: Listen to the story of Shaurn Thomas, a man who spent 24 years in jail for a murder he did not commit.
The Annual Venture Pitch Competition
Now Virtual! Sunday, April 26, 2020

Teams are have started working out their ideas to be presented and we expect more teams to join soon! Details are still being worked out and will be posted on our website as they develop.

• Use this time for exploration, self-reflection, and networking! Learn how on our Career Preparation website.

• Prepare for virtual interviews using our online tool, InterviewStream

Job Search Tips for International Students in the Age of Coronavirus - read here!

What to Do if the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cancels Your Summer Internship

How to Land and Rock a Remote Internship

10 Ways to Get Relevant Experience If You Didn't Land an Internship

How Will Coronavirus Affect Your Job Search in 2020?

• Law School Candidates - March Madness: Do Rankings Matter?
Advice on how you can continue to search
for opportunities and engage with potential employers online while you are unable to
come to campus in person (Handshake Blog).
EdTech Fellowship at Curriculum Associates
Summer Operations Intern at the TEP Charter School - Deadline 4/15
Arts Intern
at Studio Institute - Deadline - 4/30
Software - Data and Applications Engineering Internship at Tesla - Deadline 4/01

For more jobs & internships, please visit Handshake.


Check out the below list of articles! The ’68 Center for Career Exploration does not endorse the below articles or any views within them. The list of articles were curated by our advising team in order to provide you with information as it relates to their industries and COVID-19.


“Stress and Coping” from the CDC

It is times like these that access to community can be most vital.  Access nearly 2,800 alumni on EphLink who have signed up to help you on everything from interview tips to helping form career choices. Continue to connect, maintain and build new relationships.
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