NEW RESOURCE: STUDENT STAFF EVALUATIONS
The Student Employment Team has developed an evaluation form to help supervisors of student employees identify and assess career-readiness skills the students’ progress toward developing these competencies. Learn more and download the evaluation form.
- Presentation requests
- Resources for hiring departments
- Digital learning tools
- Student Employee Appreciation Day
Please fill out and submit the form below to request a presentation for your staff, class, organization, campus club or special event that you will be hosting. Your request will be forwarded to our staff and a specific presenter will be in touch to discuss the details of your request.
Please note, should your program request fall during a similar time of a program already on the Student Employment programs and events calendar or we can not honor your request, we may explore co-sponsorship of that program.
For your requested program, please provide at a minimum one week advance notice and detail any special requests in the "Comments" section below. If you have any questions please email email@example.com to request information about the status of your presentation request. We look forward to working with you! Thank you.
The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development
The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development is dedicated to providing a transformative learning community that prepares students in 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.
- How to create a hireBING by Handshake employer account
- How to post a position in hireBING by Handshake
- How to fill out a time sheet for Student Assistant positions
- All student employment training videos
The Human Resources Department at Binghamton University provides outstanding service and expertise for their customers, who include faculty, staff, graduate and teaching assistants, student assistants, Federal Work-Study, prospective employees and retirees.
Visit the HR website for resources and forms you may need for hiring students.
The Graduate School at Binghamton University has information on its website related to hiring graduate students.
Binghamton University's Financial Aid Office provides resources to students and families to help them make informed decisions regarding their Binghamton education. Go online for information on different types of positions available on the Binghamton campus, as well as answers to any questions you have regarding financial aid packages and Federal Work-Study.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Binghamton University Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an assessment, referral and consultation service available to University faculty, staff, graduate student employees, retirees and their dependents. EAP provides access to appropriate professional or community resources to help individuals dealing with a wide range of work and life concerns. EAP also sponsors a series of health and wellness workshops throughout the year, operates a lending library, offers support to employees returning to work after an extended leave of absence, and consults with University managers and supervisors about employee and team issues.
Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DDEI)
The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion was created from the Binghamton University Road Map strategic planning process and supports the development and implementation of diversity and inclusion initiatives that create a welcoming campus climate that exudes a fundamental respect for human diversity in all its dimensions. We view diversity as encompassing all individuals and groups, as well as social, cultural, political, religious and other affiliations. The office is committed to the idea of respect for human diversity in our learning and working environs and to creating an atmosphere where prejudice, harassment and discrimination are unacceptable.
The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is located in the Glenn G. Bartle Library, LS-G548.
Workshops and training are available by request to all members of the campus community.
University Center for Training and Development (UCTD)
The University Center for Training and Development exists to provide support and facilitate learning, growth and development for the faculty and staff of Binghamton University. The center is responsible for facilitating and providing professional development offerings, compliance training, wellness sessions and technical training for various applications to graduate students, faculty and staff.
- Workshops and trainings: Subjects range from the highly technical, such as Banner, Binghamton University Business Systems and Hyperion/ODS, to employee-support skills, such as Microsoft Office, Google Applications and professional development offerings.
- Annual online compliance training
- Right to Know
- Preventing Discrimination and Harassment
- Workplace Violence Prevention
- Internal Controls
- Employee retreat facilitation
- Leadership Development Program
Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT)
Promoting and supporting excellence in student-centered learning for graduate students, faculty and staff of Binghamton University, the Center for Learning and Teaching has information on resources such as tutorial services, learning studios and technology, multimedia and audiovisual support for classrooms and courses.
The National Association of Colleges and Employers, through a task force of college career services and HR/staffing professionals, has developed a definition, based on extensive research among employers, and identified eight competencies associated with career readiness.
Lynda.com, a LinkedIn company, is an online educational site that includes more than 5,700 courses (and 180,000+ videos) in popular fields like web design, web development, IT, education/instruction, media production and business. Experts create and deliver all courses as well as provide supplemental materials like exercise files and relevant work samples. Users need to create accounts to track course progress, create playlists of potential coursework and keep course notes.
This requires a NYC Public Library card. If you have a NYPL card, you can simply login with the library card number and your library card pin.
If you do not have one of these cards, you can visit the NYPL website and apply for one online following these steps:
Non-Residents Who Work, Attend School, or Pay Property Taxes in New York City or New
If you work, go to school, or pay property taxes in New York City or New York State, then you qualify for this application type. After you apply online, pick up your card in person at an NYPL location in the Bronx, Manhattan, or Staten Island OR email your valid identification firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax it to (212) 621-0278. Your card will be mailed to you within 10-25 days.
Any 2 of the following forms of identification are acceptable, provided one shows a photo and name and/or signature and the other the applicant's current address:
- Current college or university employee photo ID card
- New York City welfare ID card
- Armed Services ID card
- Alien Registration photo ID card
- Matricula Consular (Mexican CID)
- Current passport
- Social Security card
- Birth certificate
- New York State motor vehicle registration
- Professional, vocational or union photo ID
- Current rent bill or lease agreement
- Tax bill or receipt
- Transit pass
- Current photo ID with signature and expiration date issued by an embassy or consulate in New York
- Bank statement
- Cable, phone or utility bill
- Any piece of mail delivered by the US Post Office
New York City/New York State Residents
To be considered a resident of NYC, your home address must be located within one of the five boroughs of New York City.
To be considered a resident of NYS, your home address must be located in
New York State.
If you are in the NYC area, you can pick up your card in person at an NYPL location in the Bronx, Manhattan, or Staten Island. If you would like it mailed to you, e-mail your valid identification to email@example.com, or fax it to (212) 621-0278. Your card will be mailed to you within 10-25 days.
Only one piece of valid identification is needed if it is 1 of the following valid New York State or City IDs:
- Current driver's license
- Current photo learner's permit
- Current non-driver's identification (includes IDNYC)
Exploring Emerging Technologies Coursera Certification
Identify the value and implications of using emerging technologies for personal and professional growth. Gain strategies to develop lifelong learning habits and keep pace with technology change.
This project consists of two parts:
- #EmTechMOOC, hosted in Coursera, provides a supportive environment for dialogue and sharing among participants.
- EmTechWIKI: a socially-curated discovery engine for exploring technology tools, tutorials, and resources.
Develop a personal ePortfolio to showcase your skills and accomplishments,
and earn digital badges and a Coursera Certificate of Completion.
Faculty – Explore freely-available tools to build learning activities into your courses.
Enroll now to stay current in today's rapidly changing world.
The entire course can be completed in as little as 1-hour per week over 5-weeks.
START ANY TIME AND LEARN AT YOUR OWN PACE!
Online Training Tool for CSEA, UUP, GSEU, M/C and other union-represented staff
Empire Knowledgebank (EKB) is provided to GSEU, CSEA, UUP and M/C employees by New York state to complete training as a benefit of membership in the union. Access thousands of eLearning courses, eBooks and short-course videos for opportunities to enhance your professional and career development, for certification preparation and continuing education in a variety of areas. To apply to access this content, staff must complete the Empire Knowledgebank access form. This program is available through March 31, 2019.
This is an annual event led by the President's Office and co-sponsored by the Fleishman Center and Student Employment Office. This event occurs every year in late Spring and recognizes the contributions and hard work of our student employees on campus.