Kendra Clark worked with kids with autism and adults with disabilities using hippotherapy during her internship at Midnight Farms.
Career Services helps students with job searches and readies them for the world after Baker.
"I just wanted to say thanks for all the great advice over the years. It has been a major help in the real world."
—Shavon Brown, Class of 2012 Read More
Nick Williams got hands-on TV broadcasting experience during his internship with NBC affiliate 41 Action News.
Julian Mills (with Purdue coach Matt Painter) helped coaches with video coordinating during his internship with USA Basketball.
Brittni Sayers participated in a therapy program internship at Island Dolphin Care in Key Largo, Fla.
Students in the Baker Organization Observation for Knowledge (BOOK) program research the organizations where they serve as interns and then present their experience before judges who award a cash prize. Read More
During his internship with the Kansas City T-Bones, Ryan Lasneske learned the ins and outs of marketing and operations for a professional baseball team.
Grad Survey Facts
College of Arts & Sciences 2010-2011 Graduates
The 2010-2011 Graduate Survey Report is based on information reported within six months of graduation by 131 of the 159 graduates, which constitutes 82.4 percent of the graduating class.
Of the 131 graduates that survey information was collected on, 100 percent continued their education or accepted full-time career positions:
From the respondents’ information, 16 professional and graduate school programs accepted 2010-2011 Baker University graduates. A sampling of the universities accepting graduates include Azusa Pacific University, Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Cleveland Chiropractic, Creighton University School of Law, Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, Pittsburg State University, Temple University, University of Kansas, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Washburn University and Wichita State University.
A sampling of employers hiring 2010-2011 Baker University College of Arts and Sciences graduates includes Cerner Corporation, Perceptive Software, Spirit AeroSystems, Bayer Animal Health, WalMart Corporate Office, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Environmental Consulting Institute and State Street.
College of Arts & Sciences 2009-2010 Graduates
The 2009-2010 Graduate Survey Report is based on information reported within six months of graduation by 114 of the 150 graduates, which constitutes 76 percent of the graduating class.
Of the 114 graduates that survey information was collected on:
From the respondents’ information, 11 professional and graduate school programs accepted 2009-2010 Baker University graduates. A sampling of the universities accepting graduates include University of Missouri at Kansas City, University of Kansas, University of Western Kentucky, Wichita State University, Emporia State University, University College – Dublin, Ireland, University of Arkansas and Rockhurst University.
A sampling of employers hiring 2009-2010 Baker University College of Arts and Sciences graduates includes Cerner Corporation, Uhlig LLC, ConAgra Foods, Topeka USD 501, BNSF Railway, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City, State Street and Bank of America.