Binghamton University Job and Internship Fair

Each semester, representatives from a variety of for-profit, government and non-profit organizations are available to connect with students and discuss both full-time employment and internship opportunities at Binghamton University’s Job and Internship Fairs. Students of all majors and class years are encouraged to attend.

Job and Internship Fairs

This spring, Binghamton University is offering both in-person and a virtual Job and Internship Fair options. Students of all majors and class years are welcome to attend any and all fairs.

Prior to registering for a fair, students are advised to look through the list of attending employers to determine which organizations will be present at which fair.

 

Spring Job and Internship Fair

Wednesday, Feb. 8 | 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. | Mandela Room/Old Union Hall (University Union)

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Students and alumni of all majors and class years can connect with employers looking to recruit for a wide variety of job and internship positions in all industries.

STEM Fair

Thursday, Feb. 9 | 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. | Mandela Room/Old Union Hall (University Union)

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Students seeking positions in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) can connect with employers in those industries looking to recruit for open roles in their organizations.

Virtual Job and Internship Fair

Friday, Feb. 10 | 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. | Handshake Virtual Fair Platform

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Students of all majors and class years can schedule 1:1 meetings with employers to speak about open roles in their organizations or attend group sessions to learn more about different organizations looking to recruit students.

Resources and additional information for in-person fairs:

  • Tips for Success
  • Registration for these fairs is recommended but is not required to attend. Registration will open in Handshake on January 18, 2023.
  • Remember to bring your student ID! Please also update your hireBING profile with your correct name, major and class year the day before the fair. This will make check-in smoother.

Resources and additional information for virtual fairs:

  • Tips for Success
  • Please note that you MUST register for the Virtual Job and Internship Fair AND sign up for sessions in order to attend.

Finding opportunities after the fair is over

In addition to attending the fair, there are a number of other ways to secure job and internship opportunities. Utilize hireBING and conduct your own research to find opportunities through various websites and personal networking. The Fleishman Center sponsors several employer information sessions and networking events throughout the academic year. For additional information about the fairs or hireBING, please email hirebing@binghamton.edu

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