Managing Your Career: Clarifying/Changing Careers

Whether you are a recent graduate or have been in the work world for a while, you may be looking for information and/or advice to assist you in defining the next step in your career. Fleishman Career Center offers resources to assist.


The Fleishman Career Center Services and Resources

Career Resource Area (CRA)

Whether you are starting out or looking at a career change it will be necessary to do some research. If you are in the Binghamton area stop in and use the Career Resource Area (CRA), a reference collection of materials for researching careers, graduate schools, short term experiences, or employers. Use the on-line catalog of these materials to identify specific items.

Quick Reference Guides

Programs and Events

Throughout the academic year, Fleishman Career Center sponsors programs that can be useful to alumni who are investigating career options. Check the Events portion Fleishman Career Center's website for dates and times.

Alumni Association Professional Network

Through the Binghamton University Alumni Association Professional Network on LinkedIn, you can connect with other members of the Binghamton University community. If you're a Binghamton graduate looking to connect with other Binghamton graduates, you may want to join the Alumni-to-Alumni Professional Network subgroup. Reaching out to alumni can be a great way to expand your professional network and possibly find the next great career opportunity.

Pursuing an Advanced Degree

Use our Quick Reference Guides for advice on deciding whether to pursue an advanced degree, learn about the process, collecting letters of reference, and writing application essays.

Individual Assistance and Counseling

The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development offers individual counseling (in person or telephone appointment and email) to Binghamton University graduates up to six months after graduation.  After this time, alumni seeking individual assistance for career change or job search are encouraged to contact their local resources for assistance.  Examples include:


Career Exploration Websites of Interest

Links for Career Ideas

Not for Profit Sector

Federal Government

The following links may be helpful in researching specific fields:


The website of the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development at Binghamton University contains links to other websites as a convenience for its users and is not responsible for the contents of any linked site.

Last Updated: 8/11/16