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CCE LogoOpportunities with the Center for Civic Engagement

Below is a listing of the current opportunities available with Binghamton University’s Center for Civic Engagement. Please check back as new opportunities often become available throughout the year. The easiest way to stay informed is to sign up for CCE’s Campus & Community Connections e-newsletter and by liking us on Facebook.

About the Center for Civic Engagement

The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) serves as the hub for coordinating community engagement and service learning at Binghamton University. CCE works with communities within and beyond campus to support the attainment of academic, personal, and professional growth through civic engagement to develop active and engaged citizens. For more information on CCE, see our About page, or on Facebook and Twitter.


Social Media Internship (Fall 2012)

The Center for Civic Engagement is looking for two talented and motivated interns to work with us in utilizing new technology and social media. The interns are vital in helping CCE build its identity and keep students informed and engaged. There is a time commitment of at least 120 hours (approximately 10 hours a week) and the possibility of earning up to 4 credit hours. Only those with significant experience need apply. Submit your resume and cover letter discussing your interest, availability, and experience to Dr. Allison Alden, Director, by September 3, 2012 by e-mailing cce@binghamton.edu. In the subject line of the e-mail please denote either Summer or Fall Social Media Internship. For more information, e-mail the CCE or stop by UU 145.

For more information:

Social Media Internship (Fall 2012) - 1 Position Available


CCE Service Ambassadors (Fall 2012)

The Center for Civic Engagement is looking for motivated and enthusiastic students with a passion for service to act as liaisons between our CCE office and Binghamton University students this fall. Responsibilities will include participating in CCE events, tabling in the Union, presentations to classrooms and student groups, and more. This student leadership opportunity will be available each semester, and it is open to all students who have completed at least one year of study at Binghamton University, including graduate students.

Check back for more information.


Last Updated: 9/12/14