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You're preparing for a great career.

We're here to help.

We’re happy when you complete your program and earn a degree. But what we celebrate most is when you find employment.

Helping you get the job you want is the focus of everything we do at Baker College in the Career Services department, it’s our job to help unite employers with our students, recent graduates, and alumni. Through the relationships we develop, we help you find the job you want, whether it’s part-time, temporary, or full-time.

While you’re in school
Career Services will help you find internships, externships, and co-op work experience to complement your studies and provide valuable preparation for your career.

After you graduate
The Career Services professionals at Baker work with you to help you find employment in the field of your choice. We can help you develop an employment strategy; coach you on cover letters, resumes, and interviews; and help you make contacts who can help in your job search.

At any time in the future, you can take advantage of our Lifetime Employment Assistance. It’s free and available forever to all Baker graduates.

FAQ'S

  • I’ll be graduating from Baker soon. Will the college provide any help in my job search?

    You can take advantage of our Career Services now and at any point throughout your career. Baker offers Lifetime Employment Assistance, free of charge. Our services include:

    • Job searching techniques
    • Resumé and cover letter assistance
    • Interview preparation
    • Job postings
    • Referrals
    • Relocation tips

    Learn more about how we can help. Call Career Services or send us an email.

  • Does Baker provide any help in my job search?


    As a graduate of Baker College, you are eligible for our Lifetime Employment Services, which include:

    • Job searching techniques
    • Resume and cover letter assistance
    • Job interview questions
    • Job postings
    • Relocation tips

     

  • What kinds of Work Study positions are available?

    The Work Study program encourages employment in community service and in fields related to your major of study. Job positions can be on-campus or off-campus. Most off-campus positions will be at organizations in the public interest, including private, nonprofit agencies or public agencies.

    Once you accept the Work Study award on your award letter, you will be sent information regarding the steps you should take for securing your Work Study job. Generally, you will have to interview for a position. Check with the Financial Aid office to get a list of available jobs.

  • I am trying to find a job. Where can I go for help with my resume?

    The Career Services staff on your Baker campus would be very happy to help you with your resume. Call us or send an email.

  • How do I apply for the Work Experience Program?

    Applications are available in the Career Services office. Please return the completed application and a copy of your resume to Career Services. After you attend an orientation, the placement procedure will begin. You may not register until you are placed.

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Career Services at Baker College

Career Services

You're preparing for a great career.

We're here to help.

We’re happy when you complete your program and earn a degree. But what we celebrate most is when you find employment.

Helping you get the job you want is the focus of everything we do at Baker College in the Career Services department, it’s our job to help unite employers with our students, recent graduates, and alumni. Through the relationships we develop, we help you find the job you want, whether it’s part-time, temporary, or full-time.

While you’re in school
Career Services will help you find internships, externships, and co-op work experience to complement your studies and provide valuable preparation for your career.

After you graduate
The Career Services professionals at Baker work with you to help you find employment in the field of your choice. We can help you develop an employment strategy; coach you on cover letters, resumes, and interviews; and help you make contacts who can help in your job search.

At any time in the future, you can take advantage of our Lifetime Employment Assistance. It’s free and available forever to all Baker graduates.

Contact Us

Career Services at Baker College of Allen Park

 

(313) 425-3729
careerserv-ap@baker.edu

Student Information

Everything we do at Baker is focused on helping you get the career you want. Our programs are in fields where there’s strong demand, particularly within your local area. Each program we offer has an Advisory Board made up of actual employers, who work with us to develop and continuously update our curricula to ensure that what you learn is in sync with today’s real-world needs. So when you graduate, you’re ready to take on the challenges of your first job, without additional training. 

Real-world opportunities

While you’re in school, Career Services can help you:

  • Find internships, externships, and co-op work experience to complement your studies.
  • Make contacts in your chosen field. 
  • Develop an employment strategy.
  • Connect you with job opportunities through our SOLAR system.

After graduation

When your classes are completed and graduation is over, we’ll continue working hard to help you find employment in the field of your choice. We can: 

  • Connect you with job opportunities through our SOLAR system.
  • Provide resume assistance. 
  • Help you prepare for Interviews, including mock interviews.
  • Provide referrals.
  • Direct you to reliable Internet resources. 
  • Annual career/job fairs.

Lifetime Employment Assistance, free and forever

Baker College provides our graduates with Lifetime Employment Assistance. At any point in time, if you need help finding a job, you can call on Career Services at your Baker campus. We will help with resume preparation, cover letters, referrals, resources, and more. 

97% of available graduates are employed

For us, preparing you for a successful career is what matters most. That’s our mission, and it’s how we measure our success. We’re proud to say that 97% of our available graduates are employed. 

Online resources

Our online resources can help you begin preparing for a successful job search. On the main Career Services page you’ll find a list of potential interview questions, resume and cover letter guidelines, tips on relocating to a new city, and more.  

Student and Graduate Information

Everything we do at Baker is focused on helping you get the career you want. Our programs are in fields where there’s strong demand, particularly within your local area. Each program we offer has an Advisory Board made up of actual employers, who work with us to develop and continuously update our curricula to ensure that what you learn is in sync with today’s real-world needs. So when you graduate, you’re ready to take on the challenges of your first job, without additional training.

Real-world opportunities

While you’re in school, Career Services can help you:

  • Find internships, externships, and clinical work experience to complement your studies.
  • Make contacts in your chosen field.
  • Develop an employment strategy.
  • Connect you with job opportunities through HQ Connect (students will need to login via the SOLAR system, see the instructions here).

After graduation

When your classes are completed and graduation is over, we’ll continue working hard to help you find employment in the field of your choice. We can: 

  • Connect you with job opportunities through HQ Connect (graduates will need to login via the SOLAR system, see the instructions here).
  • Provide resumé assistance.
  • Help you prepare for Interviews, including mock interviews.
  • Provide referrals.
  • Direct you to reliable Internet resources.
  • Annual career/job fairs.

Lifetime Employment Assistance, free and forever

Baker College provides our graduates with Lifetime Employment Assistance. At any point in time, if you need help finding a job, you can call on Career Services at your Baker campus. We will help with resume preparation, cover letters, referrals, resources, and more.

97% of available graduates are employed

For us, preparing you for a successful career is what matters most. That’s our mission, and it’s how we measure our success. We’re proud to say that 97% of our available graduates are employed.

Online resources

Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, the What Can I Do With This Major? website will help you connect your major to a future career.

Graduation Application

All students who anticipate successful completion of their program course requirements for a degree or certificate must complete the Graduation Application one quarter prior to their graduation date in order to officially graduate.

You can fill out the Graduation Application online or by visting the Academic Office on your campus.

Career / Jobs Fairs

Career and Job Fairs give you a chance to network, explore job openings, and talk with representatives from many different companies and organizations. 

Tips to help you make the most of Career and Job Fairs

  • Take time to prepare in advance. Make a list of the companies you want to visit and prioritize it.  
  • Research each company you plan to visit.
  • Prepare a list of questions you want to ask. 
  • Think about questions employers may ask you, and how you would respond.  
  • Take some time to develop and practice a short introduction of yourself that includes your skills, experience, and career goals. 
  • When you go to the career/job fair, bring copies of your resume. Be sure to get contact information from the people you speak with so that you can follow up. 

If you’d like more information about our Career and Job Fairs, contact Career Services on your campus or visit our online Job Fair calendar/schedule to learn more.

Work Experience

At Baker College, work experience is part of your curriculum, providing you with real-world experience directly related to your academic major. Through work experience, you have the opportunity to apply classroom theory to actual work situations, so that upon graduation you’ll be prepared to meet the demands of the workplace, without additional training. 

Through these work experience programs, employers have an opportunity to identify and select students with the specific abilities and talents that meet their organization’s needs.

HQ Connect

HQ stands for "Hire Qualified," a service that Baker College Career Services offers in an effort to help employers connect more easily with over 100,000 highly qualified Baker students, recent graduates, and alumni.

Connecting job-seekers with employers

Through the HQ Connect system, students, recent graduates, and alumni can:

  • Provide a current resume.
  • Search the database of approved employers.
  • Apply for available job openings.

Approved employers have the ability to:

  • Search through our database of resumes to find qualified candidates for any positions they may have available.
  • Post available positions at any level—from student internships and entry-level jobs to positions for experienced managers and highly skilled professionals.

Student access for HQ Connect

It’s easy to access HQ Connect:

  • Login to the SOLAR System.
  • Click the STAR System.
  • Click Career Services.

If you need assistance or would like to know more about HQ Connect, please contact your campus Career Services office.

Employer Information

Whether you’re looking to hire for full-time, part-time, or temporary positions, you can rely on Baker College for the most highly trained employees. Our degree programs include certificate, associate, bachelor, and graduate degrees in several disciplines:

  • Business
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Education
  • Human Services
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Culinary Arts
  • Auto/Diesel

Highly qualified candidates for your specific job requirements

Our career-oriented curriculum combines classroom instruction with real-world work experience, so our students and graduates are prepared to start working on day one.

When you have a position available, we match the candidates who are most qualified to your specific requirements. Because we stay in touch with our graduates through our Lifetime Employment Assistance program, we can help you connect with high quality candidates at every level:

  • Clinical, internship, and externship
  • Entry level
  • Experienced
  • Management and advanced levels

Choose the services you need

If you’d like to post an available position, we make it easy to do that through Baker’s HireQualified.com. If you need help in finding the right employee, our Career Services professionals can provide any recruiting services you need—from screening resumes, to conducting pre-interviews, to narrowing a field of several highly qualified candidates down to just a few. You can even hold interviews in our offices for confidentiality. It’s all free of charge.

Get more information

Learn more about how we can help you find employees who are highly qualified for the job. Visit us on the Web at www.hirequalified.com or get in touch with a Career Services representative www.hirequalified.com/contact at a Baker College campus near you.

Career / Jobs Fairs

Career and Job Fairs give you a chance to network, explore job openings, and talk with representatives from many different companies and organizations.

Tips to help you make the most of Career and Job Fairs

  • Take time to prepare in advance. Make a list of the companies you want to visit and prioritize it.
  • Research each company you plan to visit.
  • Prepare a list of questions you want to ask. 
  • Think about questions employers may ask you, and how you would respond.  
  • Take some time to develop and practice a short introduction of yourself that includes your skills, experience, and career goals.
  • When you go to the career/job fair, bring copies of your resume. Be sure to get contact information from the people you speak with so that you can follow up.

If you’d like more information about our Career and Job Fairs, contact Career Services on your campus or visit our online Job Fair calendar/schedule to learn more.

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  • I’ll be graduating from Baker soon. Will the college provide any help in my job search?

    You can take advantage of our Career Services now and at any point throughout your career. Baker offers Lifetime Employment Assistance, free of charge. Our services include:

    • Job searching techniques
    • Resumé and cover letter assistance
    • Interview preparation
    • Job postings
    • Referrals
    • Relocation tips

    Learn more about how we can help. Call Career Services or send us an email.

  • Does Baker provide any help in my job search?


    As a graduate of Baker College, you are eligible for our Lifetime Employment Services, which include:

    • Job searching techniques
    • Resume and cover letter assistance
    • Job interview questions
    • Job postings
    • Relocation tips

     

  • What kinds of Work Study positions are available?

    The Work Study program encourages employment in community service and in fields related to your major of study. Job positions can be on-campus or off-campus. Most off-campus positions will be at organizations in the public interest, including private, nonprofit agencies or public agencies.

    Once you accept the Work Study award on your award letter, you will be sent information regarding the steps you should take for securing your Work Study job. Generally, you will have to interview for a position. Check with the Financial Aid office to get a list of available jobs.

  • I am trying to find a job. Where can I go for help with my resume?

    The Career Services staff on your Baker campus would be very happy to help you with your resume. Call us or send an email.

  • How do I apply for the Work Experience Program?

    Applications are available in the Career Services office. Please return the completed application and a copy of your resume to Career Services. After you attend an orientation, the placement procedure will begin. You may not register until you are placed.

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