Internship Opportunities at Binghamton University
Internships are a valuable part of career exploration in which you can receive training, gain experience as well as a better understanding of what is needed to prepare for and succeed in a particular profession. An internship can be paid or unpaid, be for credit or not for credit and can vary in the hours or duration.
Before You Begin Your Search, Review These Resources:
Identifying Internship Openings:
- CDC's Academic Internship Program is one way for undergraduate students to earn academic credit for internships. Internships offered year-round.
- The Johnson City Mentor Program, a partnership between Binghamton University and the Johnson City School District, provides Johnson City students with role models and extra academic support. BU students encourage mentees to develop their organizational, planning and social skills while serving their community.
- Access your eRecruiting account (every matriculated BU student has one) to search for internships, upload your resume, and apply online.
- CDC has identified numerous Internship Links that may be helpful.
Suggestions for Getting the Most Out of Your Internship
What Binghamton Students Say About Their Internship Experience:
- "I learned career-related information, what the field is like and the responsibilities of a profession."
- "I learned the relationships involved in completing tasks and strategies for accomplishing tasks."
- "I realized that effective leadership and effective listening skills are very important."