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The recipient of the 2017 Dianne Addington Leadership Scholarship
In The News

Congratulations to Olivia Dee, Recipient of the 2017 Dianne Addington Leadership Scholarship

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Girls STEM Camp a Success
Student Life

Baker College of Clinton Township held its one-day STEM camp for young girls on August 8th. One of the activities was building a drone! It was a success as you can see from the photo which was taken from the craft. We cannot wait until next year's camp!

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Culinary Institute of Michigan on Fox2 News

Courses restaurant was featured this weekend on Fox2 News. Program Director Paula Recinella and student Jamie Cook showcased some of the signature dishes.

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Tickets Available for Baker College’s Charity Fundraiser During “Cruise the Pits”
In The News, Student Life

Tickets Available for Baker College’s Charity Fundraiser During “Cruise the Pits”

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Dean Cleamon Moorer Jr., Named as One of BE Modern Man's 100 Men of Distinction

Dr. Cleamon Moorer Jr., Dean, College of Business & Editor in Chief of PURSUIT, the official magazine of the Baker College System, was named one of BE Modern Man's 100 Men of Distinction.

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Baker College students ‘hack it’ during summer break
Student Life

Students, alumni, professionals demonstrate their vast depth, breadth

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Baker President Bart Daig Interviewed in the Detroit Free Press
In The News

Baker College president Bart Daig discusses his journey in higher education.

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Tickets Available for Baker College’s Charity Fundraiser During ‘Cruise the Pits’

Baker College’s Owosso campus is offering a unique pit stop for those enjoying the long-awaited return of Cruise the Pits: a fundraiser for the Child Advocacy Center on the flatbed of an iconic Peterbuilt truck.

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Baker College’s Flint Campus Presents $2500 Leadership Scholarship
Student Life

The Leadership Scholarship is awarded annually to a student attending Baker College’s Flint campus who demonstrates academic achievement and either a commitment to community service or a successful balance of work, family and school obligations.

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CarFit Driver Safety Event

Baker College of Muskegon and Mercy Health Muskegon are sponsoring the annual CarFit driver safety event Tuesday, May 23, to provide tips to improve safety and mobility for older drivers.

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Community, Cars, Crafts, & College

Please join us at "Community, Cars, Crafts, & College"! Sunday, May 21st from 9am to 3pm on Baker College of Flint's main campus -1050 W. Bristol Road in Flint, MI 48507..

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Baker College’s Culinary Institute of Michigan Piles Up the Medals at ACF-Sanctioned Competition

Baker College’s Culinary Institute of Michigan (CIM) at Port Huron again showed that its students and faculty members are top competitors. They earned six “Best” awards as well as eight gold, five silver and three bronze medals in the Dorsey Culinary Salon V, March 3-4, in Pontiac. The American Culinary Federation sanctioned the two-day event, which attracted approximately 50 competitors.

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Baker College Offers Low-Cost Dental Hygiene Services

Low-cost dental hygiene services are available this spring at Baker College’s Center for Dental Hygiene Education. The care is provided by students in the dental hygiene program under the supervision of licensed dentists and hygienists.

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Baker College teams take first and third places at State Cyber Defense championship

Cyber defense teams from Baker College’s Flint campus won first and third places at the Michigan Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition. The first-place team advanced to the Mid-West Regional contest in Chicago, March 17-18, placing fourth in a field of 10.

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100% Pass Rate for the PTA Program at Baker College of Muskegon

The Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy has just reported a 100% pass rate for the PTA program at Baker College of Muskegon. Congratulations to the 2017 class and thank you for your hard work and dedication!

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Baker College Hosts SkillsUSA Regional High School Diesel Skills Contest

High school students from Genesee, Tuscola and Lapeer counties gathered at Baker College’s Auto/Diesel Institute (ADI) to compete in the SkillsUSA regional diesel technology overall skills contest.

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Baker College Class Focuses on Impact and Market Strategies for Vogue Theatre

Baker College students are going to work to help quantify the impacts and potential marketing strategies for the Vogue Theatre in Manistee, MI.

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International Girls in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Day

The first International Girls in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Day will be held April 27th in West Michigan. Sixty eighth-grade girls from seven Muskegon County schools are planned to attend this event.

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Policing Day Event

Baker College would like to invite high school students interested in learning about potential law enforcement careers to Policing Day on April 28th. Current Baker College Criminal Justice students and graduates are also welcome.

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Baker College Students Advance to  BPA National Leadership Conference May 10-14

At the Business Professionals of America (BPA)-Michigan Association 2017 Postsecondary Leadership Conference, held Feb. 11 at Davenport College, Baker College students placed in six competitive categories, including four first-place finishes.

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Baker College Culinary Students Again Heading to SkillsUSA National Championship

Two students repeated the CIM’s top state wins in the post-secondary culinary arts and commercial baking categories, and three others earned additional medals at the 2017 Michigan SkillsUSA competition.

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Baker College Car, Motorcycle Show Shifts into Overdrive!

Baker College’s Flint campus will be the venue for the campus’ first Community, Cars, Crafts & College event, Sunday, May 21, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., 1050 W. Bristol Road, Flint.

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Bethany McKenzie, of Jeddo, Earned the 2016 Title of Southeast Michigan “Student Chef of the Year”

McKenzie competed against students from other collegiate culinary programs in Southeastern Michigan Aug. 22. The decision of the judges was announced at the organization’s 2016 Annual Awards Gala at the Oakland Hills County Club, Bloomfield Hills, Oct. 3.

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CIM Alum Starts Business After Graduation

Tim Nimtz from the Culinary Institute of Michigan with good friend Willie Hannan launched Clear Water Meats, an Eau Claire, Michigan butcher shop that emphasizes classic meat processing techniques.

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Baker College Participates in Michigan’s College Access Month

McKenzie competed against students from other collegiate culinary programs in Southeastern Michigan Aug. 22. The decision of the judges was announced at the organization’s 2016 Annual Awards Gala at the Oakland Hills County Club, Bloomfield Hills, Oct. 3.

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Book Signing for “The Reflection of Elias Dumont” by Jeffery L. Carey

Baker College’s Owosso campus will host a public book signing for one of its own, Jeffery L. Carey Jr., professor of English and general studies and author of “The Reflection of Elias Dumont.”

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Baker College of Clinton Township Awarded #1 RN Program in Michigan

It's no secret that Baker College prepares Michigan residents for success in a variety of fields, but many people don't realize the extent of the institution's accomplishments, and how well it stacks up against better-known regional colleges.

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CIM Graduate Wins Hell’s Kitchen

Chef Kimberly Ann Ryan from The Culinary Institute of Michigan recently won the reality TV competition Hell's Kitchen, scoring an esteemed position with The Venetian's Yardbird Southern Table & Bar in Las Vegas -- worth approximately $250,000.

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Baker College Nursing Program Director Honored by International, National Organizations

Shannon Meijer, RN, MSN, director of nursing at Baker College’s Owosso campus, has been recognized as a Worldwide Leader in Healthcare by the International Nurses Association (INA) and invited to join the graduate honor society of Phi Kappa Phi.

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Baker College’s Flint Campus Invites High School Seniors to ‘Spring Into College’ March 4th

Baker College’s Flint campus will host Spring into College, Saturday, March 4, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., 1050 W. Bristol Road. The free event is designed to help college-bound students and their parents understand college funding and academic program options.

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Senior Open House - Baker of Clinton Township

Baker College’s Clinton Township campus will hold its Senior Open House for high school students, 9:30-11:30 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Student Center, 34950 Little Mack Ave., Clinton Township. Reservations are required and due no later than Thursday, Feb. 23.

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Baker College’s Cyber Defense Club Serves Community Members

Late nights and technological talent helped make the first Computer Fix-IT event a success for the student Cyber Defense Club at Baker College’s Flint campus. More than 25 students and faculty members worked the two-day event, providing service to more than 150 community members. Many of the students involved were on the team that won the 2016 Cyber Defense State Championship.

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