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Baker College of Clinton Township Featured At ‘State of the Township’

January 27, 2014

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Baker College representatives, Lynn Carlino, director of business programs, Jon Peterson, chairman of the board of regents, and Don Torline, president, joined Robert Cannon, Clinton Township supervisor, after the township’s annual State of the Township event that included honoring Baker College of Clinton Township.

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Baker College of Clinton Township was honored as the featured business at the Clinton Township State of the Township in front of about 200 people, Friday, Jan. 24, at the Clinton-Macomb Public Library.

“This is the second time that we have featured a business at our annual State of the Township event,” said Robert Cannon, Clinton Township supervisor. “It’s our way of recognizing Baker College’s positive economic impact on the township, not only through the dollars spent on maintaining its campus in excellent condition, but in the salaries of its faculty and other employees. The outstanding education provided to its students allows them to succeed in their chosen careers, contributing even more to our community.”

Cannon continued, “This recognition is as much for Don Torline, president, as it is for the campus. He has been the most authentic administrator that anybody could ever ask for. He works tirelessly in support of township initiatives and is one of our truly great community leaders.”

Baker College of Clinton Township, one of 12 Baker College campuses in Michigan, was opened in 1990. Today, the college has nearly 4,400 students enrolled in bachelor’s, associate and certificate career programs in business administration, computer information systems, education, engineering and technology, health sciences and human services. It employs more than 550 faculty and staff members.

“We are honored and humbled to be recognized by the township in this way,” said Torline. “Baker College is strongly committed to supporting and working to better our local community, not only as a corporate citizen, but as a role model for our students. It’s easy to become passionate about this involvement because it is so rewarding. We meet and work with many wonderful and outstanding people, and it’s an important way to ensure our joint future success.”

For information about Baker College of Clinton Township and its programs, contact the admissions office at 586.791.3000 or annette.looser@baker.edu.

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