Counselor-on-Call (COC) PoliciesThe Career Development Center (CDC) assists students with exploring, developing and setting goals related to each student's unique educational, academic, and career needs. The CDC has established daily Counselor-on-Call hours for students to meet individually with CDC staff to discuss career-related issues.
Individual counseling/advising time, including COC, is reserved for current undergraduate and graduate students and Binghamton University alumni who have graduated within the past 6 months. COC sessions are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are generally 10-15 minutes in length. COC services include but are not limited to: resume, vitae or cover letter reviews, major and occupational information and consultation, internship and job search, interviewing, networking and LinkedIn, graduate school, accepting/declining a job offer and career planning.
COC hours are listed on the CDC calendar at www.cdc.binghamton.edu or by calling 607-777-2400. COC hours are subject to change at the discretion of CDC staff. Students whose schedules prevent them from utilizing the traditional COC hours should call the CDC to speak with a staff member about their options.
Services for Alumni
Alumni seeking career assistance who graduated more than six months ago should refer to the Career Resources for Alumni page of the CDC website for more information on services. Alumni may utilize the print and electronic resources available in the Career Resource Area (LSG 500) and are welcome to attend most CDC programs and events.
Binghamton University Faculty & Staff
Faculty and staff may utilize the print resources available in the Career Resource Area (LSG500), the extensive resources on the CDC website, and may attend CDC programs and events. The University provides career coaching services to faculty and staff through certified career coach, John Wojcio (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Community members are encouraged to make use of the wealth of resources available in the Triple-Cities area for career development and job search assistance. Non-affiliated individuals may utilize the print resources available in the Career Resource Area (LSG500), the extensive resources on the CDC website, and may attend most CDC programs and events on a space-available basis.