Details: Excellent networking opportunity for students and alumni interested in International Business, Accounting, Tax, Finance, Credit, HR, Legal, and Corporate Communications.

In addition, if you are interested in moving to Houston (largest business center), Mitsubishi International has jobs in logistics management, sales/marketing or sales support.

When: Thursday, May 30, 2019, @ 2pm

Location: 655 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10017

Duration of visit: 60 to 90 minutes

Registration is required

Participants will be responsible for their own transportation

Mitsubishi International Corporation engages in trading, strategic finance, and complex project management in a wide range of industries, including environmental and infrastructure business, industrial finance, energy, metals, machinery, chemicals, and living essentials such as foods and textiles” (

 What the heck is a Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT)?!! 
  • It is an official transcript issued by Records & Registration when you graduate.
  • It is an excellent way to track your out-of-classroom experiences (volunteer activities, internships for academic credit, club involvement) while a student at New Paltz.
  • The CCT can be attached to job or graduate school applications or used as a supplemental document with your resume.
  • It reflects active participation in learning experiences and provides an opportunity to highlight leadership, decision-making, team-building, problem solving, communication, goal setting and networking skills.
 Please call the the Career Resource Center at (845) 257-3265 or stop by during drop-ins on T-H from 1:30-4:30pm and F 10am-12pm if you have questions.


Hudson Valley Veteran Job Fair
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
11 AM—3 PM
SUNY New Paltz Athletic and Wellness Center
Register to attend the HV Veterans Job Fair

For Hudson Valley veterans and their family members, from every branch of service including National Guard and Reserves.

CALL 845-340-3170 for more information or to register

Hosted by: Ulster County Veteran Services Agency, Ulster County Office of Employment & Training, New York State Department of Labor, Albany Stratton VA Medical Center, and SUNY New Paltz.

Introducing Big Interview to prepare for your next interview! 

We are pleased to offer you a free training system that features a new and innovative way to help you prepare more effectively for a job interview.

Big Interview is an online system that combines training and practice to help improve your interview technique and build your confidence.

You have at your disposal a variety of tools including:

  • Challenging, virtual mock interviews for all experience levels and dozens of industries
  • A database of thousands of interview questions with tips on how to answer them
  • The ability to rate and share your interview answers for feedback
  • A comprehensive video training curriculum covering all aspects of landing a job
  • A step-by-step interview Answer Builder for crafting answers to behavioral questions


STEP 1: Go to our school page and click “Register”.

STEP 2: Complete registration process

STEP 3: You’ll then receive a confirmation email at your SCHOOL email address. Click “Verify” in the email, and you’ll be able to start using Big Interview.

Instruction Sheet
Complete Video List NYC Headquarters Site Visit: Tuesday, October 15, 2019

This is an opportunity to meet with SUNY New Paltz alumnus, Sean Haberkorn, to talk about job, internships, careers, and how to apply at Sean is currently a Manager of Client Success and he has worked in a variety of positions over four-and-a-half years.

Indeed,.com not only helps you find employment opportunities, it is also a major employer that includes several SUNY New Paltz alumni among its ranks. If you are looking for full-time or internships opportunities, attend this event to network with current employees, learn about the available opportunities, and how to to apply. You will also receive a quick overview of how to get the most out of the site with respect to advanced job searches, salary data, and company research.

Here are the details:

When: Tuesday, October 15. 2015, from 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Where: Hippodrome Building, 1120 6th Ave, New York, NY
Dress: Business casual
Pre-Registration is required. RSVP here. (limited to the first 25 RSVPs)

You are responsible for your own transportation.

Questions? Contact the Career Resource Center at 845-257-3265 or

The CAS internship stipend program is an internship scholarship sponsored by the Career Resource Center and made possible by the generous funding of Campus Auxiliary Services (CAS). The deadline for Fall 2019 is extended to Friday, August 30. Please submit in Humanities 105 by 4pm.

  •  If you are a full-time undergraduate student who…
    is seeking academic credit for an internship/fieldwork/practicum/student teaching experience
    (must have completed 61 or more credits)
  • has selected an internship which is non-paid or offers a low wage
  • has a 2.5 or higher GPA
  • demonstrates financial need

…then please apply. The application can be found at
or at the Career Resource Center in Humanities 105. Students can receive up to $2,000 assistance in the Fall and Spring and up to $3,000 in the Summer. Funds can be used for transportation, professional attire, housing, etc.
** Recipients will be selected by a committee

Please call the Career Resource Center at (845) 257-3265 or stop by Humanities 105 if you have any questions about applying.



Exclusively for the class of 2023, the Career Resource Center introduces the SUNY New Paltz First-Year Internship Program!

First-year students (non-transfers) have the opportunity to gain valuable professional experience with SUNY New Paltz alumni in a variety of on-campus departments during the spring 2020 semester. Each one offers a substantive project with explicit learning and skill-development goals along with guidance and support from a dedicated staff or faculty member who is an alumnus or alumna of SUNY New Paltz or another SUNY school.

Application and internship descriptions will be available in September. 

  •  Deadline to apply: Thursday, October 31, 2019 by 4 p.m.
  •  Complete 1 of nearly 30 available on-campus internships next Spring!

Past sites have included Alumni Relations, Records & Registration, Career Resource Center, School of Business, Student Activities and Union Services, Student Development, Athletics & Wellness, EOP, Biology, Education, Digital Media & Journalism, Art and many more!

  • Build your resume and gain experience
  • Network and gain contacts in the New Paltz community!

Contact Erica Wagner at with any questions you may have.



Do you love to volunteer but don’t know where to start?
Do you already volunteer but want to explore additional opportunities?

Here’s your chance. Don’t miss the Eleventh Annual Volunteer Fair!

Something for every major. Many options accessible using public transportation.

Wednesday, September 11
SUNY New Paltz
Student Union Multi-Purpose Room (2nd floor)

Stop by and speak with representatives from 50+ local, national, and international organizations.

2018 Representatives included:
City Year
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County
Food Bank of the Hudson Valley
Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson
Hudson River Maritime Museum
Make-A-Wish Hudson Valley
Mental Health Association in Ulster, Inc.
Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum
Mohonk Preserve
New Paltz Rescue Squad
New Paltz Youth Program
Phillies Bridge Farm Project
Planned Parenthood Mid-Hudson Valley
Seed Song Farm and Center
Student Conservation Association
Ulster County Habitat for Humanity
Ulster County SPCA
Ulster Literacy Association
Woodstock Film Festival
Community members:
Parking passes are required for all visitors. Additional information about passes and parking locations can be found at

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Registration will open in September for the annual Make a Difference Day!

Saturday, October 19
8am – 3 pm
(Please arrive between 8 and 8:30.  Check-in ends promptly at 8:45)
Lecture Center 100

The Office of Student Activities and Union Services and the Career Resource Center are working together to organize our 14th Annual Make a Difference Day, the largest national day of doing good!

The goal of Make a Difference Day is to serve those who need to be serviced the most. Therefore, we will assign you to the agency with the greatest need. The day of schedule of events is as follows:

– Check-in and Registration, Lecture Center 100, 8 a.m.
– Opening and Kick-off Remarks, LC 100, 9 a.m.
– Departure for Service Site (transportation is provided for non-walking sites),
– Return back to campus from Service Site, no later than 3 p.m.

You may sign up individually or with a group. If you are registering as a group, each person must register individually and add the group name. We will keep your group together at the assigned service site!

Free t-shirt and snacks for all participants!

Remember: If you sign up, show up! If your plans change, please give us 48 hours notice so that we may make changes to accommodate service sites.

For further information or questions please contact Erica Wagner, Service Learning Coordinator, at

Wed. October 23rd
Student Union 2nd Floor

Networking Fair for Jobs & Internships
Student Union Multi-Purpose Room (MPR)
Over 60 companies/organizations will be on campus to recruit for internships and full-time positions. We encourage all students to stop by between classes and meetings. Alumni are also welcome to attend.

LinkedIn Photo Session
12 noon-3pm
Scholar’s Perch in Student Union
FREE professional photo for SUNY NP students! Drop-ins are welcome!

When: Thursday, May 30, 2019, from 5:30 – 8:30pm
Where: Tao Downtown, 92 9th Avenue, New York, NY 10011
What: Hors d’Oeuvres and dessert provided. First 80 guests receive one drink ticket.
Cost: Free for students and May 2019 graduates! $20 for alumni/a

Register to attend

Please join the SUNY New Paltz Office of Alumni Relations and the Career Resource Center for a multi-generational alumni reception in New York City.

Take this opportunity to be an active member of our Alumni community and share your experience, internship opportunities, and other career-related advice with other alumni and our current students while socializing with your peers. Alumni from all majors are welcome.

Light hors d’oeuvre and one drink ticket per guest are included with the cost of registration.

Please note: You may attend this event at any time from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. We understand that schedules vary and you may not be available right at 5:30 p.m. Please arrive when you can. Please also bring your business cards or a way to record and distribute your information easily so that you can stay in touch with those you connect with.