Binghamton University facilitates recruitment activity for both employers and students through the Career Development Center (CDC). The CDC is eager to assist employers in their varied employment and recruitment needs. Employer Services is available in the CDC to assist employers with these needs. The CDC provides assistance with on-campus recruitment, job postings, and an electronic resume book on a web-based system called eRecruiting. The CDC will also help employers with arranging information sessions, tabling in the University Union, and attendance at campus employer events. To learn more about employer services in the CDC, click here.
In addition to these services part-time and summer positions can also be listed. These positions are listed in the Financial Aid Office through student employment services. To list a part-time or summer position visit the Financial Aid Office.
Another method to attract Binghamton University students to your organization is to offer experiential education opportunities. Examples include internships, volunteerism, fieldwork, laboratory and service learning. To learn more about experiential education at Binghamton, visit Experiential Education at Binghamton.
For general information regarding the employment eligibility of international students, contact:
Karen Keefe-Guzikowksi, Assistant Director or
Amelia Shafer, International Student Advisor
International Student and Scholar Services
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
Tel: 607-777-2510, Fax: 607-777-2889
Last Updated: 9/8/09