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
Michael Berkowitz '15 spent the summer before his senior year as an intern with CB Richard Ellis (CBRE), the number one commercial real estate company in the world. Working in CBRE's Broker Services sector at the company's Washington D.C. headquarters, Berkowitz's responsibilities included assisting local brokers with keeping up-to-date listings of their agreements on office leases. He also assis... More >>
The Boys & Girls Club of Geneva (BGCG) will honor Janet VanLone, personal empowerment instructor for the Center for Counseling and Student Wellness, at its annual dinner October 16. VanLone will be recognized as the 2014 Volunteer of the Year. According to an article in the Finger Lakes Times, VanLone "has served as a board member for Happiness House and Geneva Reads, and she volunteers as a ... More >>
The HWS Center for Global Education and the Geneva Sons of Italy Lodge are co-sponsoring "Paradise, Italian Style: A Night of Culture, Entertainment, Food and Wine," a special event focused on Italian culture and cuisine that will be held at the Smith Center for the Arts in downtown Geneva. Featuring an Academy Award-winning film, food, music and exhibits, "Paradise, Italian Style" will take plac... More >>
For Emily Shelden '13, the study of Africa became a significant and influential part of her academic pursuits at Hobart and William Smith. As a double major in political science and Africana studies, it was Shelden's educational experiences at HWS that became a critical launching point for her service in Guinea's Haute region as a member of the Peace Corps. From coursework to enriching conversati... More >>
Women's Collective will hold its annual Take Back the Night event on Monday, Oct. 6 to raise awareness and help eradicate sexual violence. William Smith women and gender-queer people are invited to meet on the Smith Green at 7 p.m. for a march around campus and through Geneva. Marchers will place carnations at various places where sexual assault and rape have been reported. The event will conclud... More >>