Internships are a great way to apply what you've learned in the classroom in a real-world environment. The experience can help you figure out what you like (and don't like!), develop meaningful relationships with professionals and acquire real-world skills that can launch your career. In fact, some employers use their internship programs as recruitment tools for full-time hires.
Internships at Binghamton University
Whether for academic creditor not, gaining relevant work experience as an undergrad is extremely important for career success. The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development will work with you to identify internships, review application materials and prepare for interviews. Internships are available with organizations in a variety of fields including research, finance, journalism, arts, education, healthcare and more.
Be sure to also check out the career services offered by your school within Binghamton.
Find internships opportunities
- Career Development Centralized Internship (CDCI) program
- Harpur Fellows
- Harpur Edge
- Harpur Law Council Public Interest Law Summer Internship
- English Department Internship Program
- Johnson City Mentor Program
- School of Management
- Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science
I can't afford an unpaid internship
Binghamton recognizes that, while internships are important and necessary experiences to have on your résumé, unpaid opportunities are not always financially feasible. To alleviate some of this burden, the Fleishman Center created the Student Affairs Internship Fund, an opportunity for Binghamton students to receive up to $5,000 in funding for unpaid summer internships.