Fleishman Center

Award Winning Career Services

Recognized by the National Career Development Association (NCDA) as an Exemplary Career Center, the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development is dedicated to providing a transformative learning community that prepares students with all majors for advanced education, careers and purposeful living.

A note from the the Fleishman Center regarding services offered during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Fleishman Center has transitioned to online services to support our students during the coronavirus pandemic. The office will remain fully functioning and we look forward to continuing to serve students through every means possible, including phone, email and Zoom meetings. We will be increasing the number of appointments available and expanding appointment hours. (Please note the Fleishman Center physical office in UU-133 will remain closed until further notice.)

Appointments are available for any career-related or professional development topics including but not limited to career exploration, the job or internship search, mock interviews, networking, resume or cover letter reviews and more.

In the coming weeks, Fleishman Center staff plan to offer live Zoom workshops for students on a variety of topics that are traditionally offered throughout the semester. Staff will also begin creating recordings of workshops that students will be able to access at any time. We also encourage students to utilize Fleishman Center online resources, which can be found at careertools.binghamton.edu

If students need assistance or have a question, please contact careers@binghamton.edu or call 607-777-2400 to leave a voicemail. We will respond to emails and voicemails as soon as possible.

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