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

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

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

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

Williams Fluid Power Challenge returns for third year

Students representing 29 Pennsylvania middle school teams from Fayette, Westmoreland and Greene counties recently convened at Penn State Fayette – Eberly Campus, for the third annual Williams Fluid Power Challenge. The Williams Fluid Power Challenge, hosted by the Fayette Business Education Partnership, is a competition that gets middle school students excited about Science, Technology, Engineering … Continue reading Williams Fluid Power Challenge returns for third year

Leaving the ladder down to foster inclusion

Each year, Williams makes an effort to recognize leaders who go above and beyond to create an inclusive work environment in which everyone feels respected, valued by and connected to through its Randy Barnard Leave the Ladder Down Award. This year, Cherie Humphries, Vice President of Supply Chain and NGL Services, has been awarded this … Continue reading Leaving the ladder down to foster inclusion

Williams’ employees are STEM award-winners in the Four Corners Area

Employees in Williams Four Corners Area have a strong legacy of community volunteerism. But when it comes to outreach to kids that promotes science, technology, engineering and math, our employees win awards. For the second year, Williams was a sponsor of the Discovery Festival, a STEM-oriented trade show for middle and junior high students in … Continue reading Williams’ employees are STEM award-winners in the Four Corners Area

Girls Rock Science sponsorship helps us build the most vital pipeline of all: A diverse talent pipeline

For more than 100 years, Williams has been a leading designer, builder and operator of vital natural gas pipelines and other energy infrastructure. We’re deeply invested in Pennsylvania, and with a regional headquarters in Pittsburgh and field offices in Fayette, Susquehanna and Bradford counties, our Pennsylvania operations directly employ about 630 people. At Williams, we … Continue reading Girls Rock Science sponsorship helps us build the most vital pipeline of all: A diverse talent pipeline

Tulsa employees and their kids learn about STEAM

To the sounds of youth actors performing selections from a Broadway play, hundreds of Tulsa employees and their kids enjoyed the first Williams STEAM Volunteer Fair, held this week in our headquarters building. STEAM is an acronym that refers to support for Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Math. As the performers sang selections from Joseph … Continue reading Tulsa employees and their kids learn about STEAM

Supporting Science, Technology and Math in the Four Corners

Williams believes that our next generation of employees is being prepared for their jobs by exposure to STEM — Science, Technology, Engineering and Math — and throughout the company we support local STEM outreaches. In the Four Corners Area of Colorado and New Mexico, William was recently a sponsor of the 2016 San Juan Basin Regional … Continue reading Supporting Science, Technology and Math in the Four Corners