Navigating college and career readiness can be overwhelming when you are a first-generation college student. This affinity group will provide advice, resources, and networking opportunities tailored to your needs to help you gain the most from your college experience and feel more confident and prepared after graduation.
Who is first-gen?
Depending on who you’re asking, the definition of first-gen students can be a bit different. Here at the Fleishman Center, we are keeping it simple.
Students whose parents/guardians did not complete a 4-year degree
Binghamton University alum Glenn Moss provides insight on the importance of reading and writing skills when practicing law, how to remain open to unexpected opportunities, tailoring your resume by industry, and much more! Like this advice? Connect with Glenn on …
If your federal adjusted gross income (FAGI) was $73,000 or less in 2022, you qualify to receive free virtual tax assistance from the Department of Taxation and Finance through their TAP program. You can register to attend a virtual session directly …
By Ozzy Girit Heck (Ph.D.)
Ozzy Girit Heck (Ph.D.)Career Success Program Specialist
First Generation Alumni Feature: Jessica Samboy ’08, MSW ’10
The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development spoke with Jessica Samboy, a first-generation/ EOP Alumni from the College of Community and Public Affairs. She is an Integrative Wellness Coach and …