Conducting an Internship/Job Search

Understand the internship and job search process and find resources for securing opportunities

Fleishman Center Programs:

The Fleishman Center offers programs throughout the semester to which graduate students are invited. In cooperation with the Graduate School and the Graduate Community of Scholars, the Fleishman  Center also offers programs to address the needs of graduate students. See the calendar of upcoming programs.

hireBING:

All matriculated graduate students have an account for this web-based system that connects candidates with employers who wish to consider Binghamton University students for jobs and internships. The Office of Financial Aid also posts on and off campus part time jobs on hireBING. Login to your hireBING account today!

Internships, Fellowships & Post-Docs:

There are many resources for helping masters and PhD level students identify internship, research and fellowship opportunities. The links below provide examples of what is available and is not intended to be comprehensive. Your research should also include networking with faculty and professionals, websites of professional associations in your field of interest, and doing keyword searches on Google. >>MORE

The Academic Job Search:

The academic job search spans the academic year, with positions being advertised early on in the fall to be filled by September of the next academic year. >>MORE

General Job Search Advice & Resources:

Evaluating your own needs and wants in terms of your job search and expectations is an important part of the process. Use these guides to help prepare for your job search and make good career decisions. >>MORE

International Opportunities:

Finding an opportunity overseas is a challenging and time-consuming task. The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development has identified resources and advice to help you through this process. >>More

Last Updated: 9/22/14