Senior biology major Donny George was interviewed by WIBW-TV in Topeka about his internship at the Topeka Zoo. He is helping to build a new exhibit, the Schendel Bug Zoo.
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
Brittni Sayers participated in a therapy program internship at Island Dolphin Care in Key Largo, Fla.
Career Services assists students with finding internships that match their interests. Clarence Scott recently completed an internship with NASCAR.
Students participated in the Baker Organization Observation for Knowledge (BOOK) Program to gain insights on businesses where they served as interns.
How Career Services Can Help Faculty
We are seeking ways to work with Baker faculty in classroom partnerships. Through these partnerships, students benefit as their choices of experiential learning opportunities, knowledge of potential employers and career options, and graduate school choices and requirements expand. Below are services offered to faculty.
Let us conduct a workshop for your class when you are out of town. Class time that would otherwise be can be extremely valuable for your students and our staff at Career Services.
Workshop topics include the following:
We assist students with general preparation for graduate school applications, such as identifying and articulating their academic and experiential strengths. Then we encourage students to meet with faculty for help with discipline-specific application details.