Employment Opportunities

Looking for a job or internship? School of Management Career Services can help!

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Job and internship search websites

  • hireBING by Handshake: Binghamton University’s hub for job and internship postings.
  • LinkedIn: LinkedIn’s job search filters help you narrow down from the millions of jobs posted to the job that’s right for you.
  • Indeed: Search millions of jobs and internships online to find the next step in your career.
  • CareerShift: Search, select and store job listings from all job boards and all company job postings.
  • Glassdoor: Search millions of jobs and get the inside scoop on companies with employee reviews, personalized salary tools, and more.

Additional resources

  • Candid Career: The premier provider of thousands of informational video interviews featuring industry professionals. The website is dedicated to providing the inside scoop on careers, as well as advice that will give students an edge in their job search.
  • Forage: Take part in virtual work experiences in the format of 5-6 hour self-paced modules offered by top companies. Earn certifications and apply to opportunities.
  • Micro-Internships: Professional assignments for employers consist of 5-40 hours of work (remote options available). Create your profile and apply to projects.
  • Binghamton University Student Outcomes: Find salary, employment information, and internship sites of recent Binghamton University graduates by major.
  • Emsi Labor Market Insights: Explore occupations by career categories and pathways and use real time labor market data to power your decision making.
  • U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: The government's premier source of career guidance featuring valuable data for hundreds of occupations.

For more job and internship resources, check out the SOM Career Services student Google Drive or consult with a SOM Career Services staff member.

International student resources

International students looking for a job or internship must be aware of some unique regulations prior to employment in the U.S. We offer some tips to help.

The first step in designing an effective U.S. job search strategy is to clearly understand the rules and regulations that govern your status. For more information about the rules and regulations, please visit the International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) Employment Resources website

Generally, the job search for new grads, domestic or international, is very self-directed. The school’s involvement includes hosting industry visits, employer recruitment events, professional development workshops, and more. The School of Management Career Services office can also help students prepare for the job search through one-on-one consulting. You can schedule an appointment with a Career Services staff member on hireBING by Handshake.

Tips for a successful job search

  • Research job and internship postings; search for companies that support the hiring of international students.
  • Meet with a SOM Career Services staff member for resume and cover letter reviews, mock interviews, job/internship search assistance, etc.
  • Attend SOM Career Services events and familiarize yourself with our resources.
  • Utilize networking to meet professionals in your field of interest
  • Go to SOM Employer Networking Night and the Job & Internship Fair every semester.
  • Apply to many opportunities and follow-up appropriately.