HWS alumni and alumnae work in all sectors of banking, finance and accounting. Many of them are highly successful entrepreneurs. These graduates have gone on to pursue positions at many top ranked institutions and firms across the country, including the following:
Bank of America
Department of the Treasury
DFS Hong Kong
J.P. Morgan Chase
MGM Studios, Inc.
New York State Health Dept.
New York Yankees
U.S. Dept. of Commerce
U.S. Dept. of State
United States Embassy
Giving students an inside look at possible career paths and connecting them to networking opportunities with alums, the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education is hosting its annual Advertising/PR Day in New York City over winter break. Beginning on Tuesday, Jan. 6, the program, which is led by Associate Director of Employer Development Jackie Doyle, will introduce st... More >>
A select group of HWS students will convene in New York City for the annual Fashion Day program this winter break, giving them the opportunity to meet and connect with professionals from the fashion industry in some of the industry's most prominent organizations. Facilitated by the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education, the fashion trip will take place on Monday, Ja... More >>
The Hobart and William Smith Colleges Athletic Departments have been hard at work on the court, in and on the water, on the field and in the classroom, but at the same time both the Herons and the Statesmen as well as staff and coaches have been involved in numerous community service projects. Hobart and William Smith student-athletes supported the Colleges' Holiday Gift Project and Thanksgi... More >>
Hobart and William Smith Colleges have been named to Kiplinger's Personal Finance list of 100 Best College Values for 2015. Ranked among the top liberal arts colleges in the nation, HWS moved ahead 14 spots to 85 on this year's list. The ranking cites four-year schools that combine outstanding academics with affordable cost. For the rankings, Kiplinger's assesses quality according to the admissio... More >>
Since early October, four members of the U.S. Navy, including Christina Farris '05, have been stationed in Monrovia, Liberia, working in a laboratory analyzing Ebola-infected blood. With other members of the military, Farris works to identify patients who are Ebola-free in order to separate them from those who are infected, and also to clear those who are recovering. The lab is one of seven in L... More >>