Career Development

emily kicinski

Preparing students for a fulfilling career is part of what we do here. Whether it’s through internships, co-ops or hands-on experience in the classroom, we take pride in knowing our students are ready for the competitive workforce.

6/29/18
“A one hour appointment changed my life,” Emily Kicinski wrote on her blog. This meeting — with a counselor at Career Services — was her turning point.
6/29/18
Brian Brown II has met many students struggling with their major, especially after a hard semester. Some students simply don’t know what to do.
6/29/18
Amy Watson knows that different roads can lead to the same destination. A non-traditional student, Amy learned to maximize her time to reach her goals.
11/1/18
As a student assistant in the Office of Student Engagement and a Campus Health Ambassador, Temara Cross is gaining experience she needs, while working on campus.
11/1/18
When Hayden Harter earned an on-campus job as a stagehand and master electrician for UB’s Center for the Arts (CFA), he had no idea the influence the position would have on his studies or the impressive people he would meet along the way.
11/1/18
Maulikkumar Dhameliya thrives off the energy and intensity of working in one of UB’s most highly trafficked campus eateries, learning to be flexible and efficient.
11/1/18
Realizing on-campus job experience would be a good way to immerse herself in the UB community, Isha Pandey started working at Putnam’s in the Student Union.