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Mar
26
Tue
5:00pm - 7:00pm
Mandela Room
Enjoy free refreshments and munching on hors d’oeuvres while practicing your networking skills with other students, local employers and Binghamton University staff!

Get a free LinkedIn Headshot! A LinkedIn photobooth will be held directly after the Magic of Networking in the Mandela Room for students attending the event! Photos will be taken on a first come first served basis.

Space is limited - so be sure to RSVP in hireBING
Dress: Business casual

Contact the Fleishman Center at careers@binghamton.edu with any questions about this event.
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Vestal Public Library 320 Vestal Parkway East, Vestal, NY 
Presenters:
Michael McDonald, professor of political science, director of the Center on Democratic Performance, Binghamton UniversityJoe Titti, genealogist, Broome County researcher
Mar
27
Wed
12:00pm - 4:00pm
Bartle Library Breezeway
Binghamton University’s first Advocacy Fair will highlight issues passionate student groups from across campus are working towards solving. Each group will provide an action relevant to their group’s mission and their legislative agenda so that students can take action in a practical way. Students will also have the opportunity to get more involved with each group and their mission. 

Participating organizations include:
IDEAS for BinghamtonShe's the FirstNYPIRGStudents for Sensible Drug PolicyWomen's Student UnionMarch for Our LivesAndrew Goodman Foundation
Hosted by the Andrew Goodman Foundation Vote Everywhere Ambassadors
Mar
28
Thu
11:30am - 3:30pm
Students do NOT need to register to attend the fair. All Binghamton University students (all majors) are welcome and encouraged to attend. Representatives from various non-profit, government organizations, healthcare and summer camps, will be available to speak with students about full-time employment, internships, and summer opportunities. In the weeks prior to the fair, all students should make sure their hireBING profiles are updated and accurate, upload a resume and utilize hireBING to see what job and internship opportunities employers have posted, as well as conduct their own research by visiting employer websites. Prepare in advance and have your professional attire ready! Find helpful tips on how to prepare for the Job and Internship Fair on the Fleishman Center website: https://www.binghamton.edu/ccpd/events/jif.html. If you have any questions about this Job and Internship Fair, visit the Fleishman Center during walk-in hours (11 a.m. - 4 p.m.) in UU-133, or email hirebing@binghamton.edu.
4:00pm - 5:30pm
UU-111
Join the Center for Civic Engagement, Fleishman Center for Career & Professional Development and the Rural Health Network to learn how to "Make the Most of your Gap Year with AmeriCorps!" Staff will share information on available positions and benefits of AmeriCorps and current AmeriCorps members and Binghamton University alumni will discuss their personal and professional experiences. Enjoy food, refreshments, and prize giveaways while exploring post-graduate opportunities!
Apr
3
Wed
3:30pm - 4:15pm
UU-124
Have an idea for a community service project but not sure how to get started? Want to strengthen your current community work by planning for sustainability, impact and more? Join the Center for Civic Engagement for a workshop to learn about best practices to develop, implement and sustain initiatives that positively impact the community. Topics will include identifying community issues, finding partners, evaluating success and more. Projects in any issue area and at all stages of development are welcome. RSVPs are appreciated but not required. Email cce@binghamton.edu with a brief note about your idea or current project.
Apr
7
Sun
9:30am - 4:30pm
Join Outdoor Pursuits for a hike on our adopted portion of the Finger Lakes
trail. This will be a gentle, flat and methodical 6-mile hike with many stops to
remove any fallen limbs from heavy winter snows and check that the trail still
has its proper markings. Notes will be made for future projects.

Sign up in the Outdoor Pursuits office, EG-10 by Friday, April 5
Apr
8
Mon
8:00am - 11:45am
83 Front St, Binghamton, NY 13905, USA
Join us for the free training conference, focusing on best practices when working with
volunteers. Immediately after, the Recognition Luncheon recognizes and celebrates
Service Members, Volunteers, Organizations and support staff.

Please RSVP to Joni Kaiser: jkaiser@uwbroome.org or (607)240-2016
12:00pm - 2:00pm
83 Front St, Binghamton, NY 13905, USA

National Volunteer Week is April 7-13, 2019, and the United Way of Broome County is celebrating with the annual National Volunteer Week Training Conference and Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on Wednesday, April 10, 2019. This free conference is a great professional development opportunity for students interested in community service, nonprofit management or social change. 

Volunteer Training Conference: 8-11:45 a.m. (free)
Recognition Luncheon: noon-2 p.m. ($20)

RSVP: Joni Kaiser (jkaiser@uwbroome.org or 607-240-2016)
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Lecture Hall 9
Join the Andrew Goodman Foundation Ambassadors and the Center for Civic Engagement for an exclusive screening of Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook. This film chronicles a major threat to our democracy, and will provide insight to strategies used to minimize the power of the people.
Apr
10
Wed
11:30am - 1:30pm
Mandela Room
Join the Center for Civic Engagement to celebrate the impact of course-based and co-curricular projects resulting from meaningful partnerships between our campus and the community! Faculty members, student organizations and other groups on campus will exhibit the results and outcomes of their team's community engagement projects from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, in the University Union Mandela Room. Highlighted engagement initiatives will feature a mutually beneficial relationship with community partners, having worked closely with community organizations to understand needs, develop projects and evaluate success. https://www.binghamton.edu/cce/community-partners/showcase.html
Apr
24
Wed
1:30pm - 3:00pm
CLT Learning Studio, LN-1324
A critical component of high impact experiential learning through community-based teaching and research is building a set of rubrics and assessment strategies for measuring the impact of community engagement on student learning. It is as essential to measure the impact of these experiences on community partner outcomes. This workshop will walk through step-by-step best practices for establishing course and research project goals and objectives, while developing measurable and assessable outcomes. In addition, guidance for designating community-based learning courses through the Banner registration system, and a review of CCE Faculty Academic Support Initiatives, will be discussed. Register: http://bit.ly/cltspring2019
Oct
8
Tue
12:00pm - 4:00pm
University Union Mandela Room and Old Union Hall
Interested in community service, local internships, community-based research opportunities and FREE T-shirts? You'll find all of that and more at the 10th Annual Community Opportunities Fair! Binghamton University's Center for Civic Engagement is gathering 80+ local nonprofit and community organizations, international organizations, student groups and faculty members in one place to provide students with networking, collaboration and community engagement opportunities in all facets of community life. Explore volunteer opportunities, CDCI internship sites in the local community, academic courses with community components and more! This is also your first chance to get the ever-popular and always FREE 2019 CCE t-shirt, so don't miss it!
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