Are you interested in exploring opportunities at a midsize firm? Midsize Night is a great opportunity for students to network one-on-one with various recruiters and professionals in a career fair setting. All majors are encouraged to attend.
Dress: business professional
Participating Employers: TBA
Are you interested in exploring opportunities at the Big Four? Big Four Night is a great opportunity for students to network one-on-one with various recruiters and professionals in a career fair setting. All majors are encouraged to attend.
Dress: business professional
Participating Employers: Deloitte, EY, KPMG, PwC
Students do NOT need to register in advance to attend this fair. All Binghamton University students in all majors and all class years are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Representatives from for-profit, government and not-for-profit organizations will be available to speak with students about full-time employment, internships and summer opportunities. While our fairs have been virtual during the pandemic, our last in person fair at the Events Center in 2019 included over 140 employer organizations and drew over 2,000 students!
If you have any questions about the Job and Internship Fair, visit the Fleishman Center during walk-in hours (11 a.m. - 4 p.m.) in UU-133, or email us at email@example.com
View full list of employers attending: https://binghamton.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/32387
How to prepare for the in-person fair: https://careertools.binghamton.edu/resources/how-to-prepare-for-the-job-and-internship-fair/
All Binghamton University students (all majors) are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Representatives from for-profit, government, and non-profit organizations will be available to speak with students about full-time employment, internship, and summer opportunities.
Remember, registering for the fair is only the first step! You must then sign up for individual sessions with the employers you wish to speak with. The earlier you sign up the more time slots you will have to choose from!
In the weeks prior to the fair, all students should make sure their hireBING profiles are updated and accurate, upload a resume and utilize hireBING to see what job and internship opportunities employers have posted, as well as conduct their own research by visiting employer websites and utilizing the Vault resource through their Handshake profile. Prepare in advance and have your professional attire ready!
Once employers have their schedules uploaded, you will be able to sign up for group sessions and 1:1 sessions with employers. Please remember that if you sign up for a session you are expected to attend that session or cancel your session in advance. Failure to do so will add you to the no show list and will result in the deactivation of your hireBING by Handshake profile until you complete the necessary consequences. Your profile information will be essential in allowing you to access the 1:1 sessions with employers. Please plan to research the organizations in advance and log in and set your schedules at least 1-2 weeks prior to the fair in order to have access to the sessions you wish to attend. Virtual fairs do not lend themselves well to day of decisions - please plan ahead for the best experience.
If you have any questions about the Job and Internship Fair, visit the Fleishman Center during walk-in hours (11 a.m. - 4 p.m.) in UU-133, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo register and view the list of employers attending, visit: https://binghamton.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/32554
How to prepare for the virtual fair: https://careertools.binghamton.edu/resources/preparing-for-a-virtual-job-fair/
Attention May 2025 graduation candidates:
The Zurack Scholars Program is an exciting opportunity for undergraduate students, (with an anticipated graduation date of May 2025) of exceptional merit with a strong interest in investment banking. Students from Harpur College of Arts and Sciences and the Watson College of Engineering and Applied Science with an interest in investment banking are encouraged to apply. The program integrates activities of the Zurack Trading Room (Bloomberg Terminal), finance society, quantitative finance/finance programs of the School of Management with majors from Harpur and Watson to prepare students for positions in the investment banking industry. Upon completion of the program, participating students are prepared to compete for jobs at the best investment banking firms.
The program will provide a range of benefits including: University-wide participation in the program. Participation is based on merit via application submission, review and interview process that will commence at the beginning of the sophomore year. Inclusion in the trading room activities provides invaluable experiential learning. A minimum GPA requirement of 3.5 is required of all students in the program. Scholarship support will be available for those scholars with demonstrated need as determined by Financial Aid. In depth training that prepares students for the finance industry in New York City including a mentoring program that engages Zurack Scholars with current upperclassmen and Wall Street alumni, participation in New York City Employer Treks during the winter break, leadership development, and assistance with business etiquette. Students participate in a professional development program led by the School of Management Director of Career Services to prepare for the investment banking placement process.
Please upload resume in pdf format on Handshake: https://binghamton.joinhandshake.com/edu/jobs/6580152The deadline for submission of applications is Sunday, October 16th, 2022. Interviews will be conducted in November.