Faculty and Staff
How can we help you?
We know you work hard to mentor your students regarding career exploration and professional development. The Fleishman Center is committed to offering a wide variety of programs, services and resources to assist you when working with students to facilitate career development. We look forward to working with you and welcome any opportunity to collaborate with you on new ideas.
Request a Presentation
Fleishman Center staff are happy to present to your class or student group on a variety of career-related topics, such as finding internships or career paths related to a specific major. We can tailor the presentation specifically to your audience's needs.
Post Job or Internships
If you are hiring graduate assistants or students to work in your department or lab, post positions in hireBING.
Recommend Students to the Fleishman Center
The Fleishman Center offers daily Walk-In career consulting hours and scheduled appointments for students to discuss career-related issues. We also offer a wide range of programs, events, employer Information Sessions and workshops.
Share Student Success Stories with Us!
We regularly seek out success stories on Binghamton University graduates or interns to publish. We also partner with Student Affairs Assessment & Strategic Initiatives to collect as much career outcomes data as possible. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to share any student stories with us.
Request a Fleishman Center Room
The Fleishman Center welcomes outside requests from campus faculty and staff to reserve our space when available.
The Fleishman Center offers a variety of award-winning Signature Programs designed
to help students develop workplace readiness and become successful professionals and
Staff and faculty have access to Fleishman Center's collection of online tools and resources.
Celebrating Career Champions
We recognize students require a diverse network of experts to support and guide them as they become career-ready. In 2015, the Fleishman Center launched the “Culture of Career” initiative to celebrate the campus-wide effort required for our students to achieve career success.
The 2016 Career Champions Recognition event celebrated 74 faculty and staff members who were nominated by students and colleagues.