Judy Bernier

Experiential Education Assistant

Judy Bernier

As the experiential education assistant for the CDCI Academic Internship Program, Judy’s primary responsibilities are to vet new internship sites to ensure they meet University standards, ensure students are registered for their CDCI seminar classes and to assist students in resolving issues that may develop over the course of a semester. In addition, Judy works with Course Building and Academic Space Management (CBASM) on course building for upcoming semesters, complete all the necessary documentation for our instructors, and additional administrative tasks for the Fleishman Center.

What is your favorite thing about working at Binghamton University?
Coming from a background of business and government, I enjoy being around the students that are just beginning on their journeys.

What was your first internship or job?
My first internship was with the NYC District Attorney’s Office

What are you passionate about?
Outside of work, the law, and the Supreme Court, in particular, have always interested me. Over the years I have collected rather old as well as contemporary law books and follow the Court’s rulings.

What is your best piece of career or professional advice?
Making connections and networking are key, even if it doesn’t seem to at that moment. Those connections can open opportunities, months, even years later.

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Application for TRIALS Scholarship Program at NYU Open

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The application for TRIALS 2021, which will take place at the NYU School of Law, is now open! TRIALS is the Training and Recruitment Initiative for Admission to Leading Law Schools. It is a residential scholarship program that helps talented …

By Judy Bernier
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Legal Internship Available with the Center for the Integration and Advancement of New Americans

Legal Internship Available with the Center for the Integration and Advancement of New Americans

Purpose/Objective

The Center for the Integration and Advancement of New Americans (CIANA), Legal Services team provides free consultations to determine immigration relief, as well as low-fee assistance with a variety of immigration applications. Our Legal Services team is looking for …

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Interested in a government career? Here’s advice from federal employees.

Interested in a government career? Here’s advice from federal employees.

Although the federal government has more than 2 million employees, more people are needed to address our most pressing challenges. National crises like the COVID-19 pandemic and talent gaps in emerging fields have led agencies to consider initiating rapid hiring …

By Judy Bernier
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The 40 Best Question To Ask In An Interview

The 40 Best Question To Ask In An Interview

First Round Review recently wrote an article about the best questions to ask in a first round interview. These often overlooked questions are a valuable opportunity to highlight your skills as a candidate. These questions also give you valuable insight …

By Judy Bernier
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Working in Government – Unique Hiring Paths

Working in Government - Unique Hiring Paths

If you’re a current student or recent graduate, you may be eligible for federal internships and job opportunities through the Pathways and other student programs. The Pathways Program offers federal internship and employment opportunities for current students, recent graduates and …

By Judy Bernier
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3 Strategies for Answering “What Are Your Salary Expectations?” in an Interview

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When you’re in the middle of a job interview, a question like “What are your salary expectations?” can make you panic. You don’t want to say something too high and price yourself out of a job you want or need, …

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How to Answer “What Is Your Work Style?” in an Interview (Plus Examples!)

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Some interview questions tell you exactly what they’re looking for. Others take a little more deciphering—“What is your work style?” is one of them.

You might have gotten questions like “What is your management style?” or “What kind of work …

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Everything You Need to Know About Listing Hard Skills on Your Resume (Plus Examples!)

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The goal of your resume is simple: to show potential employers that you’re the right person for a job. And to be the right person, you’ve got to have the right hard skills.

Hard skills are the specific knowledge or …

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8 Times Candidates Didn’t Get Hired Because of Something They Put on Social Media

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We know you’ve heard you should clean up your social media so that you can be a presentable professional, especially when you’re looking for a new job. But do you know how it could actually hurt you?

We’ve collected real …

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6 Job Search Tips for New Grads and Anyone Else Starting Their Careers During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Graduating from college or otherwise applying for your first professional job is stressful in any circumstance. But it feels especially daunting when the economy, the job market, and the world in general seem to be turned upside down.

As the …

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