Membership Deadline is Wednesday, May 1st!

For prospective members: The official deadline to have all 15 of your membership points, your networking call, and resume approved is Wednesday, May 1st at 11:59pm.

For active members: The official deadline to have all 15 of your membership points is also Wednesday, May 1st at 11:59pm.

View your current points here.

Need some more points?

3 points - Attend more WiB events throughout the rest of the semester!

1 point - One point per follow | Instagram: @bu_wib | Facebook: @BinghamtonWIB | Get credit for this point here!

Need a Networking Phone Call?

All prospective members must complete this phone call in order to be inducted at the end of the semester! Use this list to find contacts of professionals and alumni that previous WIB members have used when they did their networking call. View these slides to learn how your initial email to the professional should look. When you’re done with the phone call, fill out this form to get membership credit.

For Prospective Members

  1. Must obtain 15 member requirement points.

  2. Complete one networking call with a professional and complete this mandatory form.

  3. Have your resume approved by SOM Career Services, or BWiB E-Board.

For Current Members

  • Must obtain 15 active member points

Get credit for your resume, networking call, and membership points HERE!

Mid Year Member Survey

We are planning events through the end of the semester and would like to hear from you all! We are polling to find out what types of professional development workshops you feel that you need at this stage in the semester as well as what types of firms or speakers you’d like to hear from moving forward.

Please take 2 minutes to complete this poll so we can best cater to your needs!

APPLY NOW: 2019-2020 E-Board Positions

**E-Board Applications are Due Monday, March 18th at 11:59pm** (One week left to apply!)

In April we will be holding elections for next years e-board! Being on e-board is a large, but rewarding responsibility and time commitment! To see if you are eligible to run, and what you need to do in order to apply, please note the following information.

Here are the requirements to run for an E-Board position.

  • Be an active member, or be on track to become an active member by the end of this semester (Being on track means that you are 3 points away from being an active member at the date of the elections)

  • Send your resume and a brief letter of intent in one e-mail to winb@binghamtonsa.org by March 18th at 11:59pm

    • In the letter please tell us 1.) Why you want to be a part of the BWiB E-Board and 2.) What ideas, skills, or events do you plan to add to the E-board and Women in Business as a whole

    • Please make the subject of your e-mail in the following format: "First name, Last Name – Eboard Application"

  • Meet with the E-Board to learn more about what we do and the position you are interested in.

Other Important Application Info:

Please feel free to e-mail us with any questions. In order to run, you must send us your resume and letter of intent by Monday, March 18th at 11:59pm. As of now, elections will be held the on Monday, April 15th. Attend our upcoming events if you want to meet up with current e-board members and learn more about each position!

Note: You do not need to know what position you would like to run for to apply. First send in your application. Then we will send out materials that explain the roles more in depth and once you have decided on the position you would like to run for, we will have you attend some of our E-Board meetings to learn more about the inner workings of the club and familiarize yourself with the role.

Binghamton Women's Workshop

Binghamton University is building on the success of its inaugural Binghamton Women's Weekend 2017, and momentum generated from the event, by once again bringing together accomplished and talented women — alumnae, parents, students and friends — for a thought-provoking and engaging afternoon of collaboration, networking and fun.

With sessions geared specifically for and presented by women, this inspiring workshop will inform participants and strengthen their connections to the University and each other.
More Information and RSVP: Here