For more information on New York City Connect, please visit: https://binghamton.edu/connect
*All students are welcome to attend! You do not need to be attending an Employer Trek to attend the Student Alumni Networking Night!
10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. | Hospitality Room
Students attending the Networking Night may utilize our hospitality room while waiting for the event to begin.
5:30 - 6:30 p.m. | "The Power of Networking" Keynote
Armand Khatri '09, Partner Manager, Financial Services at Pinterest
Learn the ins and outs of how to become a powerful networker and get tips about how to land on someone's radar—and stay there.
6:30 - 9 p.m. | Networking with Alumni
Network with over 130 alumni working in a wide variety of industries and professions - who want to share their expertise with you!
For more information on New York City Connect (January 6-10, 2020), please visit: https://binghamton.edu/connect
This email contains important information about upcoming programs to support Binghamton University International Students with their professional development.
SAVE THE DATE:
International Student Professional Development Conference
Tuesday, Jan. 14
Get a head start on your job and internship search! Co-sponsored by the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development and the International Student and Scholar Office, this one-day mini-conference will provide you with the tools you need to navigate your job or internship search. Interactive sessions will cover topics such as: resume writing, interviewing, LinkedIn, and understanding CPT & OPT and explaining it to employers. Lunch is included and the entire event is free! Mark your calendars - more details will come in the next few weeks!
NEW ONLINE PLATFORM FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Beginning in January 2020, international students will have access to a new online resource to assist with your job search. The resource, Interstride, offers:Academic and career insightsVisa and immigration informationEmployment trends and opportunitiesOpportunities to connect with other international students and alumniAccess to the domestic and international job market
Interstride is a user-friendly resource that you will be able to access on your desktop and mobile device. We’re excited about our new partnership with Interstride and we can’t wait for you to be able to access it!
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The panel aims to foster a discussion on diversity that extends beyond race or ethnic background. Panelists will talk about aspects of diversity such as the gender, LGBTQ+ community, and more. The role of the students is to engage in the panel by asking questions to the panelists regarding their experiences.
We invite students of all race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientations so that this panel can heighten their knowledge and know what to look for in a firm. All majors and years are welcome to attend. Food and beverage will be provided!
Dress for this event is Business Casual.
Advanced Registration is required. Register on hireBING
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Ignite is a non-traditional recruiting event that allows students and recruiters to interact in a personal and unique setting. You will be matched with three different firms chosen specifically for you based on professional interests and career aspirations.
With puzzles designed by Binghamton Motorsports, you will be able to showcase your technical capabilities and soft skills by competing in group challenges alongside top STEM firms.
All money raised during Ignite will benefit the SOM Scholars’ community service project at the American Civic Association and Binghamton Motorsports' design and construction of a ⅔ Scale Formula Internal Combustion Vehicle.
Who can attend?
-All STEM Majors
-MIS and Business Analytics students in SOM
Dress: Business Casual
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Jordan Lichtenstein at email@example.com or Ryan Topolovec at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Come listen to accomplished upperclassmen speak on behalf of their career experiences, and gain an opportunity to network with recruiters or professionals from a variety of firms.
The event will feature a panel where students will share their tips, and wisdom, on how they landed their first internship or full-time job. The panel will be followed by an hour and a half of networking with professionals from the various firms, and students who participated on the panel.
Dress code for this event is Business Casual.
Please reach out to email@example.com if you have any questions.Register on hireBING
6:30 - 7:00 pm: BAP members only
7:00 - 9:00 pm: All students
Dress for this event is Business Professional.
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