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Play an Important Role in Your Student’s Career and Professional Development

The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development educates students on career options and how their majors connect with the world of work; coaches them through the internship and job search process; helps develop professional work-place skills; and provides direction and support for those going through the graduate/professional school application process.

Parents and other family members play an important role in a student’s career and professional development. We recommend a proactive approach to your student’s career planning. Please encourage your student to utilize the Fleishman Center’s programs and services from the very beginning. Active engagement and planning will help increase his/her chances of being successful in today’s highly competitive job market.

graduate school 1-in-3Binghamton Graduates go on to Pursue an Advanced Degree
internships 1,000+Students Earn Academic Credit for Internships Annually

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average starting salary $58,709Binghamton University Class of 2016 Average Starting Salary

Highlights of Programs and Services

 

Major/Career Decision Consulting and Assessments

Internships and Experiential Education Opportunities

Job and Internship Searches

Interviewing, Professionalism and Networking Skills

Career Development Programs, Workshops and Events

Resume and Cover Letter Review

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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.

Encouraging Your Student's Success

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Passport to Career Success

The Fleishman Center's "Passport to Career Success" suggests activities students
should engage in each year at Binghamton University to best prepare for post-graduate success.

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Student Success

Smart Career Moves

Students who approach career planning in a strategic and positive way will be the most marketable in a competitive job market. Help your student make smart career decisions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to some of the most commonly asked career-related questions.

 

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Help the Fleishman Center

 

There are a variety of ways you can help the Fleishman Center. Get involved with a Fleishman Center program, host an employer site visit at your workplace, or make a donation.

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Last Updated: 5/14/18