Binghamton University provides services to meet your organization’s professional full-time employment and internship staffing needs. Our outstanding students may be recruited through a variety of means and our dedicated staff will work with you to determine the best recruiting methods for your organization.
Post a job or internship
List full-time, part-time or internship positions for free on our online job and internship search portal, hireBING . Recruit both undergraduate and graduate students by specific class years and majors.
2020-21 Recruiting Calendar
Aug. 26: First day of fall semester classes
Sept. 10: Virtual Fall Job and Internship Fair
Sept. 30: Virtual Graduate School Fair
Nov. 5: Virtual Law Day
January 2021: NYC Connect: Virtual Employer Treks & Networking Night
March 10: Virtual STEM Job and Internship Fair
March 18: Spring Virtual Job and Internship Fair (All Majors)
View Binghamton University's academic calendar
The Fleishman Center offers employers many opportunities to engage students through internships, and we are happy to help you organize and/or promote your internships to our students. Whether you are interested in offering paid or unpaid internships (and credit-bearing or not), our Employer Services Team can help you recruit at Binghamton. Learn more about hiring interns. Learn more
Post a micro-internship opportunity
Micro-Internships are short-term projects or internships where students can collaborate with employers and/or Binghamton University alumni on research or other projects that will provide a learning opportunity while meeting a workplace need. Learn more about creating or posting micro-internships.
Hire part-time student employees
The Fleishman Center leads the posting of all part-time local opportunities on- and off-campus for Binghamton University students to apply to in hireBING powered by Handshake. Learn more.
Offer internships for academic credit
The Career Development Centralized Internship (CDCI) program, offered through the Fleishman Center, gives employers the opportunity to mentor undergraduate student interns who are being graded for their credit-bearing internship experience. Learn more
Attend Binghamton University's Job and Internship Fair
Employers who attend our career fairs are the best known by Binghamton students. These centralized events are a great opportunity to promote internships and full-time jobs while making face-to-face connections. A general Job and Internship Fair is held each semester and are typically scheduled for September and February.
Interview on campus
Employers can request and manage on-campus interviews through hireBING . Our Employer Engagement team will promote your opportunity, provide résumés, schedule interviews and reserve a private interview room in our employer interview suite at no cost.
Fall on-campus recruiting runs from early October to mid-November. Spring on-campus recruiting runs from mid-February to mid-April.
How it works:
1. Your organization and position are posted on hireBING. Employer Services establishes a deadline date by which interested students must apply online.
2. After the deadline passes, you view, print, and prescreen candidate resumes, make candidate selections and forward those names to Employer Services via fax or email.
3. Employer Engagement team establishes interview schedules, notifies students of selection, and assists students in scheduling interviews times on hireBING.
Make the most of your visit to campus
Employers can schedule an Information Session or table in the University Union in conjunction with an on-campus recruiting visit or as a preliminary way to introduce your organization and opportunities to Binghamton students. Find additional information on recruiting in our Employer Policies
Conduct a virtual interview
The Fleishman Center's employer interview suite is equipped with state-of-the-art technology to interview students and alumni remotely. Reserve an interview room for phone or Skype interviews through hireBING. Please make note whether you prefer Skype or phone interview when requesting an interview day.
Host an information session/professional development workshop
To maximize the effectiveness of information sessions and addressing issues such as low student attendance and employer travel costs, information sessions will only be offered for a select period of days during the semester. Sessions may only be scheduled based on room availability and only one information session may be hosted at a time. Sessions will only be hosted on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
To increase the possibility of hosting an information session, we recommend incorporating a professional development component into the session. Previous sessions have included topics around Bitcoin, Investment Banking for Liberal Arts students, and a discussion on jobs in User Experience.
If we are unable to approve your information session request, we may be able to offer alternative options such as tabling in our union.
How to request an information session:
- Login to hireBING.
- Click on "Events" in the left navigation.
- Select "Request Event."
- Under host, choose "Binghamton University."
- Under type, choose "Info Session."
- Fill out the remaining pieces of information in the form and click on "Request Event."
Catering and refreshments during your information session:
If catering is desired for an Information Session, please make sure that catering is permitted in the room you are scheduled in by verifying with an Employer Services staff member. If catering is permitted, the organization must contact Binghamton University Dining Services directly to place a catering order. Failure to cancel a catering order within 24 hours of the scheduled event will result in the organization being billed for the catering order.
Table in the University Union
Gain visibility and meet students in a less formal way than a group presentation. Tables may be scheduled on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays based on space availability. To request a table, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The University Union's policy on tabling states that failure to show for a scheduled table or failure to cancel with at least 48 hours notice results in the loss of tabling privileges for the remainder of the semester. Failure to comply with University Union Policies may also result in a loss of tabling privileges.
Student Groups should contact the University Union directly for tabling.
Browse through student résumés
View student résumés in hireBING, and connect with students who fit your recruiting criteria.
Participate in Fleishman Center programs
The Fleishman Center values and invites outside organizations to assist us in student career development programs, such as Mock Interviews, résumé reviews, interviewing, job search and networking. Contact us at email@example.com if interested.
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