Opportunities 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.

CCE Engagement Program Management Internship

The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) is looking for talented and motivated interns to work with the CCE team to carry out a variety of programs and events. Each intern will serve as the point person in coordination of at least one program, possibly more as time allows. Programs include an E-Waste Collection (electric and electronic items), a faculty engagement institute, Student Move-out Resource Collection, and service events, among others. The interns will be vital in helping CCE build its capacity to spear-head programs. While working directly with CCE professional staff, intern areas of responsibility will include:

  • contacting potential program partners
  • coordinating communication with all team members working on the program
  • developing a timeline of tasks to be accomplished
  • overseeing task completion by team members
  • preparing and circulating promotional materials (with support from CCE Communications Specialist)
  • organizing all logistical aspects of the program
  • and other related administrative duties

120 total hours required during the semester, approximately 10-12 hours per week. 4 CDCI Credit Hours or Non-credit.

How to Apply:
Submit your resume and cover letter discussing your interest, availability, and experience to: Dr. Allison Alden, Director, at with subject line: Engagement Program Management Internship. The selection process begins immediately and continues until the internships are filled.

For more information:
Engagement Program Management Internship (Spring 2015)


Last Updated: 1/23/15