We Are Career Ready

Career Services provides comprehensive career planning and resources to help Baker College students and alumni attain their professional career goals. Through collaboration with campus, employer, and community partnerships, we help students and alumni by facilitating career development via career counseling, student employment, experiential learning, and the job search process.

Students and alumni can also find career preparation resources and templates and submit a ticket for assistance through the Career Resource Center. Set up an appointment today.

Contact Us

Contact our Career Services Team at [email protected].


Make the most of your college career by utilizing Career Services to establish a career planning framework. We offer everything from career assessments to career fairs to help you prepare for your future career.

Find an Internship

An internship can open a lot of doors. Let us help connect you to the right employers and internships for your future plans and goals. Meet with an Employer Relations Specialist to learn more.

Internship benefits include:

  • Developing new skills and hands-on experience that will enhance your resume and prepare you to enter the workforce
  • Exploring your career goals and future options
  • Developing and expanding your professional network
  • Receiving coaching and mentorship from professional resources
  • Discovering new passions, interests or career paths
  • Experiencing workplace culture, politics, and business etiquette
  • Opening pathways to permanent employment

Graduate School

If you’re interested in attending graduate school, we have resources that can help you search for programs, ace your entrance exams, and nail your applications.

When working on your personal statement for graduate school, we encourage you to meet with a Career Adviser to help ensure your statement is well-polished. We also suggest connecting with your academic adviser to learn more about the graduate school application process.

Search for Graduate Programs

With graduate degrees, certificates, and licenses offered, you can start your graduate school search right here at Baker College.

Your Career Path

Planning ahead is beneficial to your future success. We’ve created some suggestions to help you make the most of your time here, and to help establish a basic career planning framework.

Four-Year Degrees

Two-Year Degrees

Career Services for Alumni

Whether you graduated last year or last decade, we’re a valuable resource at all stages of your career. Most of the services and resources provided by Career Services are free for Baker College alumni, including career advising, Handshake, online resources, and access to most of our career events. 

If you have not yet registered for the Baker College Alumni Community, join now and get access to even more alumni resources and events.


Career Services partners with employers around the globe to connect them with talent. We have many resources to help you interact with and recruit qualified candidates.

Meet Your Career Services Team

Anthony Vuckovich Portrait

Anthony Vuckovich (he/him/his)

Career Services Director • Cadillac Campus, Jackson Campus, Muskegon Campus, Owosso Campus, Royal Oak Campus

MBA in Business Administration, Baker College
BS in Business Administration, Central Michigan University

“Life is a journey, not a destination.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Greg Childerhose (he/him/his)

Employer Relations Specialist • Muskegon Campus

BS in Business Administration, Management and Operations, Spring Arbor University

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn.” – Ben Franklin

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Jackie Elowsky (she/her/hers)

Career Consultant – Writing Center Consultant • Muskegon Campus

MBA in Business Administration and Management, Western Michigan University
BA in Journalism, University of Rhode Island

Fun fact: Met actor George Takai (Sulu from the original Star Trek TV series) while completing my college internship as a newspaper reporter.

Colleen Johnson

Colleen Johnson

Career Consultant • Muskegon Campus

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Katelyn Richard (she/her/hers)

Employer Relations Specialist • Cadillac Campus

MA in Educational Leadership, Baker College
BA in Secondary Education, Central Michigan University

Fun fact: Being an educator has been a part of my fabric since a very, very young age. I am grateful for all the opportunities and experiences I’ve had and enjoy seeing other people learn.

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Todd Vondrasek (he/him/his)

Career Consultant – Fast Track Writing Coach – Writing Tutor • Owosso Campus

MA in Journalism, Michigan State University
Teacher Certification, Eastern Michigan University
BA in Broadcast Communications, Central Michigan University

Fun fact: To complete my teacher certification I attended classes and transferred credits from seven different colleges and universities.

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Nathan Wright (he/him/his)

Employer Relations Specialist • Royal Oak Campus

BS in Human Resources Development, Oakland University

“Education is the most powerful weapon you can utilize to transform the world.” – Nelson Mandela