COVID-19 Resources for Students

The Alumni Association is monitoring the rapidly-changing environment related to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and following appropriate state and University guidelines to confront this threat and manage the risks to our community. The well-being of our Binghamton family remains our top priority.

The Alumni Association will continue to follow the University’s guidance in our decision making about operations and upcoming events. Because we cannot offer in-person events for the foreseeable future, we are providing several virtual programs to assist your career development and keep you connected to the University.

Class of 2020 Resources

Mentor Match – This platform will give you exclusive access to a robust network of alumni mentors who are eager to share their wisdom and advice about professional life after graduation. You can also sign up to be an alumni mentor after you graduate. Connect now!

LinkedIn Learning - This online platform offers more than 5,000 on-demand courses to help you build professional skills across a vast range of job functions and earn digital badges to market your knowledge and skills. Courses are broken into short videos so you can focus on the topics that interest you and gain knowledge across several subjects. Sign up now!

The University's Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development offers a collection of helpful information and links regarding your job search during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

GreenMachine – Stay connected to Binghamton by joining our social media ambassador program where you’ll win prizes and receive more information about Binghamton events we’re planning for you! Sign up today!

We encourage you to follow our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts for school news, details about events, connections to alumni in your industry and more. If you're looking for career advice or job listings, join our LinkedIn groups: the Binghamton University Alumni Association Professional Network and Job ForumIt's never too early to start reaching out, learning about career fields and building your network.