Williams joins with Junior Achievement in Yakima to bring financial literacy programs to central Washington

Williams joins with Junior Achievement in Yakima to bring financial literacy programs to central Washington

Williams is one of the newest community partners with Junior Achievement of Washington (JA) at its central Washington JA BizTown and JA Finance Park learning center, a “mini city” where students have the opportunity to experience free enterprise and the working world for a day and build personal “real-life” budgets. Williams joins other corporate sponsors … Continue reading Williams joins with Junior Achievement in Yakima to bring financial literacy programs to central Washington

Junior Achievement inspires with STEM-focused career fair

Junior Achievement inspires with STEM-focused career fair

Wide-eyed and enamored with an interactive digital presentation of pipeline design, student Deborah Haney watched closely as she navigated scans of existing pipeline facilities with Mike Pool, a Williams design lead. Pool and other Williams employees spent the day volunteering with students like Haney at a hands-on career fair. The event brought in more than a … Continue reading Junior Achievement inspires with STEM-focused career fair

Williams receives excellence award from City of Whitesburg, GA library

Williams receives excellence award from City of Whitesburg, GA library

As part of the Dalton Expansion Project that will provide additional reliable natural gas service to utility companies in northwest Georgia, Williams has been getting to know residents of the City of Whitesburg in Carroll County. By listening to community members, Williams chose to invest dollars in the City of Whitesburg’s public library, which is part … Continue reading Williams receives excellence award from City of Whitesburg, GA library

Williams supports FIRST Robotics regional competitions

Williams supports FIRST Robotics regional competitions

As part of our 2017 STEM education support, we sponsored six FIRST Robotics regional competitions this year – Houston, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, Pittsburgh, Canton, OH and the North Texas Regional in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. This year’s theme “STEAMWorks” is a nod to the late 19th century scientists and inventors. The student participants … Continue reading Williams supports FIRST Robotics regional competitions

Making STEM come to life at a Pennsylvania elementary school

Making STEM come to life at a Pennsylvania elementary school

Williams’ strives to be an exceptional neighbor in communities where employees live and our businesses operate. We established our Homegrown Giving Program to further the company’s charitable giving through Williams employees that are involved in a volunteer capacity with a non-profit organization in their community. Carrie Snatchko, a Williams employee, recently used a Williams Homegrown … Continue reading Making STEM come to life at a Pennsylvania elementary school

Petro Pro presentation inspires love of rocks

Petro Pro presentation inspires love of rocks

Zac Tunin and I have something in common. We’re both volunteers with the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board’s “Petro Pro” program that brings energy professionals to classrooms across Oklahoma, teaching kids about our state’s natural energy resources. Zac, a student at Oklahoma State University, is studying to become a geologist because he was inspired by a … Continue reading Petro Pro presentation inspires love of rocks

Celebrating engineers during national E-week

Celebrating engineers during national E-week

Williams’ college recruiters celebrated National Engineers Week at various university campuses this week. National Engineers Week is an annual event that recognizes the contributions engineers and engineering students make in the world. Engineers are vital to our business and are helping us meet energy needs by working on some of the most exciting industry projects … Continue reading Celebrating engineers during national E-week

Williams employees lend guidance, expertise at STEM workshop

Williams employees lend guidance, expertise at STEM workshop

Earlier this month, Pittsburgh-area Williams employees volunteered their time and knowledge to help 132 local students prepare for the fourth annual Williams Fluid Power Challenge, a two-part competition facilitated by SMC Business Councils designed to generate interest among middle school students in the study of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The first part of … Continue reading Williams employees lend guidance, expertise at STEM workshop