About the Fleishman Center
We have one goal: Your Success
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. The Fleishman Center is committed to helping undergraduate and graduate students develop career-readiness skills and secure opportunities through creating connections via high-impact learning, alumni and employer events and career consulting sessions.
As the central, comprehensive University career office, the Fleishman Center works in collaboration with partner career offices in the School of Management, Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science and College of Community and Public Affairs. Together, we coordinate and provide services and programs to help students reach their goals.
Meet the Fleishman Center Team
Career Consultants and Professional Staff
Our team consists of over 20 experienced, full-time staff members and 50 Peer Assistants and Interns—all dedicated to supporting our students' success.
Our Approach: Career Communities
Career Communities are structured to develop key partnerships across campus, in the community and across industries to help students with tailored interests.
The Fleishman Center's strategic plan sets the direction of the Center and supports our drive to provide a transformative learning community.
The Fleishman Story
Once located in the basement of Glenn G. Bartle Library, the Fleishman Center now resides in the heart of campus in the new University Union. Its state-of-the-art technology delivers programs and services more efficiently to students and offers unique opportunities to engage with alumni and employers.
Services and PoliciesStudents can meet one-on-one with Fleishman Center staff through Walk-In career consulting sessions or scheduled appointments. We also provide services to alumni and Binghamton University faculty and staff members.
Award-Winning Career Services
The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development has received several awards for programs and services offered to Binghamton University students, including national recognition.
Data and Outcomes
7,246Annual 1:1 Student Counseling Sessions
2,714Annual On-Campus Employer Interviews
$58,709Class of 2016 Average Starting Salary