Graduates from the German program have gone on to teach German in secondary schools, attend law school, pursue graduate studies and work in international business and the tourism industry.
- Justine Greve was awarded a Fulbright scholarship and served as a teaching assistant in the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern region of Germany.
- Tim Haynes worked in Karlsruhe, Germany, for the Mennonite Hilfswerk, a charitable organization of the Mennonite church.
- Patrick Lattin, who studied French and German at Baker, earned a Master's in French Studies and Journalism at New York University.
- Meagan Crough Meneley teaches German at Abilene High School.
- Amy Lovell obtained a Master of Science in Teaching and Leadership and teaches third grade at Kennedy Elementary School in Lawrence, Kan.
- Deborah Abbo teaches high school German in Colorado.
- Anthony Henderlong earned a Master of International Business and Finance at Loyola University in Chicago and works for the John Hancock Financial Network.
- Michael Stallings works as a historical tour guide for Fat Tire Bicycle Tours in Berlin.
- Kim Nichols Watts earned a master's degree from Middlebury College and studied for a year in Germany at the University of Mainz. She served for more than 15 years as an adjunct professor of German and now teaches German at Olathe Northwest High School.