Learning within the Williams School extends beyond the walls of the our classrooms. Williams School faculty and students participate in a variety of special co-curricular programs. We offer a range of non-credit bearing programs that allow students to actively engage their passions. These range from planning and staging the largest collegiate mock political convention in the country to actively managing a significant portion of the University's endowment to providing consulting services to a range of businesses and not-for-profit organizations.
Internships are unique opportunities that allow students to gain exposure in their field of interest and establish relationships with mentors and alums. There are several internship opportunities for students of the Williams School, both domestic and international.