Upcoming Events at the Club
NESCAC Happy Hour
NESCAC Happy Hour is back! You are invited to join us on Wednesday, July 17th from 6:30pm to 9pm.
Williams at the Movies
Fridays, June 14, 21, 28, July 12, 19, 26
6:00 pm, free to attend
This summer film series celebrates notable contributions by Williams College alumni to the feature film industry. We hope to have some surprise guests along the way, and urge you to consider making an entire evening of it by enjoying a special prix fixe dinner available @ $35.00 pp++ (choose two courses) before and after the movie in the Bar & Grill.
During the movie, enjoy complimentary popcorn. A concession stand will also be available for sales of beer, wine and soda, mixed nuts, cheese plates, crudités, sliders and warm pretzels starting at 5:30.
This Friday, John Sayles, Director of EIGHT MEN OUT will be attending the screening.
7/12: “Eight Men Out”, written, directed & edited by John Sayles ’72
7/19: “My New Gun”, written & directed by Stacy Cochran ’81
7/26: “Elvis & Nixon”, directed by Liza Johnson ’92
Williams Club Annual Dinner & Annual Meeting
Future of Work: How Williams is preparing students and how alumni can reinvent themselves
All Williams Club members are invited to view how the College works with current students entering the workforce and promotes career-related interaction among its alumni base. There will be a discussion regarding how this has evolved dramatically from the “drop your resume in the envelope” days of yore. Not only is the College now on the leading edge of working with students and engaging alumni, but its increasingly sophisticated use of technology and social media has raised its game to a whole new level.
Sydney Streets Gibson ‘06, Manager, Recruiting Operations, McKinsey & Company
Craig Tamamoto ’02, Head of Human Capital Management & Employee Relations, Goldman Sachs
Don Kjelleren, Director, ’68 Center for Career Exploration, Williams College
Wendy Webster Coakley ’85, Director of Alumni Career Networking, Williams College
Q&A moderated by Tom Morgan ’91, President of the Williams Club Board of Governors