Donny George, who graduated in 2013 with a degree in biology, turned an internship as a marine mammal trainer at the Miami Seaquarium
into a full-time job.
Kendra Clark worked with kids with autism and adults with disabilities using hippotherapy during her internship at Midnight Farms.
Julian Mills (with Purdue coach Matt Painter) helped coaches with video coordinating during his internship with USA Basketball.
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.
Nick Williams got hands-on TV broadcasting experience during his internship with NBC affiliate 41 Action News.
"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 helps students with job searches and readies them for the world after Baker.
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
What To Expect Year By Year
What to Expect for Your Student’s Freshman Year
Your student will be involved in assessing his interests and abilities. They will do this through finding success (or failure) in courses they take, involvement in campus activities, and being exposed to new ideas and experiences. Here’s what you can do to help:
What to Expect for Your Student’s Sophomore Year
During the sophomore year, students begin to explore majors and career options more seriously. What’s your role in your student’s sophomore year?
What to Expect for Your Student’s Junior Year
At this point, it is important for students to experiment with possible career options. This is a critical time for your support. Here’s what you can do:
What to Expect for Your Student’s Senior Year
The senior year is a time when your student will be heavily involved in more advanced courses and have more responsible roles in campus activities. This is also the time your student will begin his or her job search. Here are some ways you can lend support: