Finding Fellowships for Graduate Students

There are two types of fellowships for graduate students portable and institutional. While institutional fellowships requires students to study in the approved school, portable fellowships allow more flexibility for students as they can choose the institution they want to attend …

By Ozzy Girit Heck (Ph.D.)
Ozzy Girit Heck (Ph.D.) Career Success Program Specialist
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Exciting Internship Opportunities with the National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC)

Are you a college student with a passion for making a real-world impact? The Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s National Counterintelligence and Security Center (ODNI/NCSC) is offering two exceptional internship opportunities that could shape your career and contribute …

By Julia Sullivan '20
Julia Sullivan '20 Assistant Director of Communications
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What To Do When You Don’t Feel Qualified?

In this empowering episode of the Young Black and Professional podcast, our guest, Breanna Foreman, shares her career journey, offering invaluable advice on navigating the professional landscape, especially when faced with self-doubt.

Here’s a sneak peek into what you can …

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3 Top Tips for Transfer Students

Welcome to spring semester ’24. Whether you transferred to Binghamton last month or last year, check out these tips to help you get acclimated, adjusted or ahead! Starting new can feel overwhelming, but with a little consistency and communication, you …

By Laura O'Neill
Laura O'Neill Career Consultant
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Alumni Spotlight: Meet Abhishek Paul ‘16, Sr. Principal Data Scientist at Northrop Grumman!

It’s an honor to introduce, Abhishek Paul. His journey and advice to current students prove to be a strong example of what you can accomplish during your time at Binghamton and beyond. His experiences are a source of inspiration, showcasing …

By Jen Carrieri
Jen Carrieri Senior Student Engagement Specialist
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Inside Academic Policy: Working for the NYC Department of Education

As I was working in New York City for the NYC Connect Employer Treks this January, I decided to meet up with my sister Katie Hansen, Executive Director of Academic Policy and Systems for the NYC Department of Education, to …

By Erin Hansen
Erin Hansen Career Education and Outreach Specialist
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Did you know? The Federal Government is urgently hiring young talent like you!

Did you know that the federal government is the largest employer in the nation with *2.1 million federal civilian employees*? However, *less than 7% of all permanent, full-time federal employees are under the age of 30, compared to more than …

By Jessica Lane-Rwabukwisi
Jessica Lane-Rwabukwisi Career Consultant
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Top 10 glamorous education jobs for students, recent grads, and others early in their careers

The field of education, often perceived as traditional and understated, holds a variety of roles that sparkle with a unique glamour, particularly for students, recent graduates, and those early in their career paths. These positions offer a blend of intellectual …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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Get Involved and Build Experiences: 7 Volunteer Opportunities for Students Interested in Careers in Education and Human Services

Volunteering can be an enriching and fulfilling opportunity for students looking to strengthen their skillset and build experience in their desired career field. It demonstrates that a student is caring, committed to making a change in the world, and is …

By Valerie Stracquadanio
Valerie Stracquadanio
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Innovate, Educate, Elevate: A ScholarSHPE for Hispanic Engineers

What is SHPE?

SHPE is the largest association in the nation for Hispanics in STEM! This organization works with both its student and professional members to offer training, mentorship, and programming for its community. Their members are made up of …

By Jen Carrieri
Jen Carrieri Senior Student Engagement Specialist
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Join Moot Court Club to bolster your chances of landing a job in Law!

What is the mission of your organization?
Moot Court is an appellate court simulation! We work on cases that have been appealed to the Supreme Court of the United States. Our members learn about Constitutional issues, legal writing, and advocacy. …

By Sarah Crawford
Sarah Crawford Founder, President
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