Building skills for future careers

Building skills for future careers

Meet Arianna and Andrew, members of this summer’s 2018 intern class. Read about their experiences so far and how Williams has contributed to their development. Hi! I’m Arianna and I’m a junior at Duke University majoring in electrical/computer engineering. I’m interning with Williams this summer and working at our Pine Needle liquid natural gas plant in North Carolina. I … Continue reading Building skills for future careers

The amazing internship

The amazing internship

Hi, my name is Chaz, and I’m a corporate communications intern for Williams this summer. I’ll be a senior at Oklahoma State University studying both strategic communication and Spanish. An interesting fact about me is that I’m an official member of Dr Pepper’s advocacy program, the #PepperPack. I even have an official Larry Culpepper outfit … Continue reading The amazing internship

Humphries honored among 2018 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Oil & Gas

Humphries honored among 2018 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Oil & Gas

Congratulations to Williams’ Vice President of Supply Chain, Cherie Humphries who was recognized by the National Diversity Council as one of the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Oil and Gas for the second year in a row. “The 2018 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Oil and Gas honors the most prominent leaders in … Continue reading Humphries honored among 2018 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Oil & Gas

“Young Engineer of the Year” helps keep Williams infrastructure safe

“Young Engineer of the Year” helps keep Williams infrastructure safe

There’s a lot that goes into ensuring Williams’ large-scale energy infrastructure is built and continually operates in a manner that is safe, reliable and environmentally responsible. There’s pre-construction analysis and planning. There are rigorous internal protocols and stringent regulations with which we comply throughout the construction and operation lifecycles. There’s the employment of high-tech testing … Continue reading “Young Engineer of the Year” helps keep Williams infrastructure safe

Williams welcomes students for Panther Shadow Day at Pittsburgh Office

Williams welcomes students for Panther Shadow Day at Pittsburgh Office

Williams’ Pittsburgh office recently hosted students from the University of Pittsburgh for Panther Shadow Day, where they met with leaders and learned about working at Williams. “Strategic partnerships such as University of Pittsburgh’s Panther Shadow Program are critical to Williams’ college recruiting and early career development strategy,” said Kelli Gebbia, manager, Learning & Early Career … Continue reading Williams welcomes students for Panther Shadow Day at Pittsburgh Office

Williams, Cabot and Southwestern, help with ice jam and flood clean up in Wyoming County Pennsylvania

Williams, Cabot and Southwestern, help with ice jam and flood clean up in Wyoming County Pennsylvania

Because of our commitment to neighbors and because our employees live in the areas where we operate, Williams makes every effort to be a meaningful part of the fabric of our local communities. That is why, when major flooding began to occur along the banks of Martins Creek in the town of Nicholson in Wyoming … Continue reading Williams, Cabot and Southwestern, help with ice jam and flood clean up in Wyoming County Pennsylvania

Early career program employees gather for leadership development

Early career program employees gather for leadership development

Participants in Williams’ Early Career Professional Development Program traveled from work locations across the company to gather in Tulsa recently to meet with leaders and share how they are making the most of this unique career opportunity. “The Early Career Development Leadership Summit allowed me to meet all the other participants face to face,” said … Continue reading Early career program employees gather for leadership development

A story of hope continues…

A story of hope continues…

Author Terry Kay said it best “One of the most enduring friendships in history – dogs and their people, people and their dogs.” This certainly rings true for Kaylee Keitz, daughter of Williams employee, Mark Keitz, and her service dog Mitzee. In 2016,  we shared the amazing story of Kaylee Keitz, her special medical needs … Continue reading A story of hope continues…

Full Circle: From intern to extending offers for internships

Full Circle: From intern to extending offers for internships

Hello everyone! My name is Jessica and I am a graduate of Oklahoma State University with degrees in human resources and marketing. I started at Williams as an intern in the Leadership, Learning and Performance group and now work as an early career consultant for Williams. In my current role, I lead the summer intern … Continue reading Full Circle: From intern to extending offers for internships