Nonprofit Community Service I Andrew Seligsohn I ’89

How do you distinguish between wanting to study something and wanting to do something? If you are passionate about an aspect of the human experience, should you spend your time understanding it or being directly engaged in it?  Andrew Seligsohn grappled with those questions throughout his time at Williams and for… Continue reading »

Macroeconomist I Philip Bartels I ’03

Seniors who have no idea what you want to do, you’re not alone. Not only did Philip Bartels leave college unsure of his path, it took him nearly a decade of searching before he found a position that truly excited him. During stints as a legal assistant, banker, and grad… Continue reading »