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Williamson Empowers Student with a Successful Future

2020-05-26T10:12:14+00:00 May 20th, 2020|

George Bradley moved in and out of schools frequently in his young life. His mother, who worked temp jobs to support the family, took him and his brother to Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and North Carolina. The constant disruption challenged George academically. George would find stability and academic achievement in his three years at Williamson. He [...]

2W0 Commencement Ceremony

2020-05-15T15:58:14+00:00 May 15th, 2020|

LIVE STREAM broadcast: Williamson College of the Trades is holding its 2020 Commencement via Live Stream video at 2:00 PM, Friday, May 29, to honor the accomplishments of the Class of 2W0. The modified event will be in full compliance with Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 safety requirements to protect the students, faculty, and staff. All are invited [...]

The Support of a Williamson Brotherhood

2020-05-20T11:34:08+00:00 May 8th, 2020|

Senior Carpenter Jean Obispo never knew his father who died when he was two years old. Helping to fill that void was a close circle of friends and faculty at Williamson, who have supported and encouraged him to succeed as a young man and a tradesman. Williamson also stepped up by providing Jean a safe [...]

Williamson Prepares Class Officer for Unexpected Challenges

2020-05-04T14:33:29+00:00 April 28th, 2020|

April 28, 2020 It’s an extraordinary and challenging time to be Senior Class President at Williamson. Students are living at home, while going online for class and shop amid the coronavirus pandemic. Adjusting to the new normal, student leader Christopher Thomas teleconferences with President Michael Rounds and face-times with his fellow officers, talking about alternatives [...]

Learning Continues at Williamson — Online

2020-04-28T11:29:48+00:00 April 28th, 2020|

If you were to drive onto Williamson’s campus these days of the coronavirus pandemic, you might think you had entered a ghost town. The stillness is overwhelming. But that is deceptive. There is a lot going on. It’s just not visible. Spring courses are continuing and so is learning — online. Instructors are teaching from [...]

Mason Lives and Learns Through Great Loss

2020-04-22T16:37:27+00:00 April 21st, 2020|

April 21, 2020 The rough streets of Northwest Baltimore can cripple the dreams of even the most high-achieving teenagers. Tichon Johnson, a top scoring high school student, carried the emotional scars of losing a beloved uncle to gunfire and his best friend, dying the same way. The two tragedies caught up to Tichon during his [...]

Electronic Version of the Spring Williamsonian is Now Available!

2020-04-14T12:56:24+00:00 April 14th, 2020|

The electronic version of the spring Williamsonian is now available [CLICK HERE]. The paper version is now being printed and will hit the mail before too long. Please note that this issue was prepared with pre-coronavirus information.

A Williamson Legacy – Three Times Over

2020-04-20T13:43:25+00:00 March 31st, 2020|

March 31, 2020 Just a few weeks after starting their freshman semester at Williamson, the Kimp triplets received a phone call from their mother. They learned that their father had passed away after a long illness. Their mother wanted them home, with family.  Such news could have altered - if not disrupted - their college [...]

Dormitory Manager

2020-03-26T17:12:44+00:00 March 26th, 2020|

POSITION DESCRIPTION Under the supervision of the Director of Residence Life (DRL), the Dorm Manager is responsible for providing an appropriate on-campus home environment to enable students to succeed while serving as the primary authority figure in the dorm. Responsibilities: Assist and supervise up to 25 student residents in the respective dorm. Assist the DRL with [...]

Stuckey’s Founder’s Day Talk Emphasizes Importance of Faith

2020-03-20T14:50:07+00:00 March 20th, 2020|

Founder’s Day, a day to honor Isaiah V. Williamson and his legacy, featured a keynote address by trustee John Stuckey and the bestowing of two board of trustee awards and two Sons of the American Revolution awards. In place of a traditional address, Stuckey sat on a chair on the stage of the Clara Schrenk [...]