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Employees drive sustainability at Williams

Employees drive sustainability at Williams

Doing the right thing is a point of pride for us at Williams. It’s been rooted in the company’s culture for more than 100 years and continues to grow stronger thanks to our dedicated employees. […]

Bird’s eye view: how Williams uses drones

Bird’s eye view: how Williams uses drones

As a construction manager, Jon Lindstrom spends a lot of time on the ground, inspecting progress on job sites like the Ridgeline Compressor Facility in northern West Virginia. But it’s when he […]

What I do: risk engineer

What I do: risk engineer

As a young teen, Pablo Lugo liked to take his electronics apart and rebuild them for other uses. A remote for a toy car became a switch to turn his bedroom light off and on and practice Morse code. […]

Virtual university campus recruiting starts now

Virtual university campus recruiting starts now

Each fall we visit college campuses to find the very best talent to fill our summer internship program. This is also the time of year we open applications to hire upcoming graduates for full-time […]

Thank you, summer intern class of 2021

Thank you, summer intern class of 2021

Thank you to the 55 students who interned across the company this summer! As they return to their universities and technical schools, we hope they will take with them valuable experience and lasting […]

What I do: process safety management coordinator

What I do: process safety management coordinator

Process safety management coordinator is a mouthful of a title. But for Kansas employee Casey Montgomery, the focus of her job is pretty simple. Keep employees safe by helping to ensure processes […]

My work matters

My work matters

In May we welcomed 55 interns from 26 universities and technical schools across the country. Since then, they’ve been doing work that’s both important to Williams and to building their future […]

Hometown highlight: McPherson, Kansas

Hometown highlight: McPherson, Kansas

McPherson, Kansas, is named after a Union officer who never stepped foot in the state. General James “Birdseye” McPherson was killed during the Battle of Atlanta, six years before the founding […]

Welcome class of 2021 interns

Welcome class of 2021 interns

A big welcome to Williams’ intern class of 2021! Today, 55 students from 26 universities and technical schools are reporting to our locations across the nation to begin their summer internships. […]

Engineering a future for future engineers

Engineering a future for future engineers

As part of a leadership program with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), employee Chris Dawson is promoting careers in our industry to young engineers and touting the benefits of […]