Baker College names Beth Nuccio System Director of Career Services

Baker College has appointed Beth Nuccio as Baker College System director of career services. She serves as a liaison between career services and all other Baker College System departments to provide feedback on the employment viability of new and existing programs. She is responsible for establishing and ensuring the early and comprehensive integration of career services into each student’s academic experience. Nuccio also oversees marketing and branding for Baker College career services and HireQualified is a free employee recruiting service that connects employers with Baker College graduates and students.

“Beth has the experience as well as the leadership, communication and analytical skills that are necessary to position career services to meet the needs of the 21st century employers and students,” said Ellis P. Salim, Baker College System vice president for student services. “We are thrilled that she has accepted this challenge.” 
Nuccio has been affiliated with Baker College for more than 25 years. Most recently she was director of career services for Baker’s Auburn Hills campus for five years. She was also director of admissions at Baker College of Flint and a marketing and management instructor at Baker College of Auburn Hills, Flint and Online.
An Ortonville resident, Nuccio is an Oakland County commissioner, serving district 1, which includes Addison, Brandon, Groveland and Oxford Townships. Other community activities include: former trustee for the Brandon board of education, member of the Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency board of directors, member of the Oakland County Employment and Diversity Council executive board, member of the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce executive board, Leadership Oakland alumni, and a member of the Automation Alley workforce development committee.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business from Ferris State University and a master’s degree in business administration from Central Michigan University.
“I am excited about the possibilities that lie ahead for students and graduates, and look forward to continuing the Baker College strong tradition of providing exceptional opportunities that assist in our graduates’ career success,” said Nuccio.
The largest private college in Michigan, Baker College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It is a non-profit higher education institution, serving more than 40,000 students on 12 campuses and in four satellite locations. Baker grants certificates and associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business, health sciences, education and human services, and various technical fields, as well as a doctorate of business administration.  As a career college, the Baker College system is pleased to report that 97 percent of its available graduates are employed. For more information about Baker College, please check out our website at