Illustration of graduates entering the workforce
Illustration by Dean Rohrer

Six months after their graduation, most members of the Class of 2022 report that they’re employed full time or in graduate school and are happy with what they’re doing—and Williams helped get them there. The information comes from the most recent Class of ’68 Center for Career Exploration’s First Destinations survey and is based on answers from nearly 80 percent of the class, as of January 2023.

“We were blown away by this year’s results,” says Don Kjelleren, executive director of the ’68 Center. “They speak volumes to the viability of a Williams liberal arts degree in today’s world.”


are employed across a vast range of roles, in dozens of industries and across a wide field of organizations, from small start-ups to Fortune 100 firms;


are enrolled in graduate school;


of recent Williams graduates have plans within six months of graduation;


received prestigious fellowships, including one alum who will travel to Australia, India, Senegal and South Africa to study traditional medicine and its contributions to the global health field;


is the average compensation package, with tech and finance reaching


and higher;


connected with Williams alumni for their internship or post-graduation plans;


had internships as students—and of those,


had multiple internships.

Read the full details of the First Destinations report at