Do you dream about working as a chef? Ever wonder what it would be like to have a career in the culinary or pastry arts? Have you thought about opening your own food business? Attending an ICE open house is a unique opportunity to learn more about working in the culinary industry and how our 6- to 13-month career-training programs in Culinary Arts, Pastry & Baking Arts and Culinary Management can teach you the skills needed to flourish. Seize this opportunity to achieve your dreams!

In addition to hearing about the programs, you’ll participate in live culinary and pastry demos with ICE’s Chef Instructors. Also, the ICE education team and career services staff will discuss ICE’s training programs, career opportunities and our alumni’s success in the industry. Learn everything you need to know about our programs, admissions, and financial aid.

Following are the details:

Date: Saturday, May 19
Time: Doors open at 10:00 a.m., Presentation begins promptly at 10:30am
Place: The Institute of Culinary Education, 50 W 23rd St., New York, NY
R.S.V.P.: Abbey Florence,aflorence@iceculinary.com or 212-847-0700 ex. 437

Seating for the event is limited. Reserve your spot now to get an inside glimpse at ICE and learn all about how ICE changes lives through culinary education.

Ever wonder what it would be like to have a career in the culinary arts?  Attending an ICE open house is a unique opportunity to learn more about our 8- to 13-month career training programs in Culinary Arts, Pastry & Baking Arts and Culinary Management, which can teach you the skills needed to find success in the industry. We invite you to come see what ICE is all about. Don’t miss an opportunity to have the career of your dreams!

In addition to hearing about the programs, you can to participate in live culinary and pastry demos as Chef Instructors and staff share their thoughts on ICE’s programs, career opportunities and our alumni’s success in the industry. Learn everything you need to know about our programs, admissions, and financial aid.

Following are the details:

Date: Saturday, February 11
Time: Doors open at 10:00 a.m., Presentation begins promptly at 10:30am
Place: The Institute of Culinary Education, 50 W 23rd St., New York, NY
R.S.V.P.: Abbey Florence at aflorence@iceculinary.com or 212-847-0700 ex. 437
*The February 11 open house has been cancelled. Please call
(888) 995-CHEF to get info about ICE or schedule a personal tour.

Seating for the event is limited. Reserve your spot now to sneak a peak behind the scenes at ICE and learn more about our career training programs!

Now that 2012 has arrived, you may be thinking about new goals for the new year. If you have a passion for food and are looking for a new career, maybe it’s time to turn your enthusiasm for the culinary arts into a career.

Join ICE for our first open house of 2012 and take part in a special presentation of our culinary career programs. You can participate in live culinary and pastry demos, listen to Chef Instructors and staff share their thoughts on ICE’s programs, learn about career opportunities and hear a bit about our alumni’s success in the industry. The presentation allows prospective students to learn more about ICE’s 8- to 13-month career training programs in Culinary Arts, Pastry & Baking Arts and Culinary Management. This is a one-of-a-kind chance to experience ICE’s award-winning programs and take the first step towards achieving your dreams.

Following are the details:

Date: Saturday, January 21
Time: Doors open at 10:00 am. Presentation begins promptly at 10:30am
Place: The Institute of Culinary Education, 50 W 23rd St., New York, NY
R.S.V.P.: Holland Hopkins at hhopkins@iceculinary.com or 212-847-0700 ex. 458

Seating for the event is limited. Don’t miss this opportunity to sneak a peak behind the scenes at ICE and learn more about our career training programs!

This week, one of ICE’s many star alums returned to give a demonstrations for career training students. Ivy Stark graduated from ICE’s Culinary Arts program in 1995, and has often returned to ICE to help current culinary students. At yesterday’s demo she demonstrated how to make a variety of Mexican sauces from her vast repertoire.

Stark is the New York corporate executive chef of Dos Caminos, the acclaimed Mexican restaurant with four locations in the city, a position she obtained after being the executive chef of Dos Caminos Park. Her passion for international cuisines has led her to hold key posts in restaurants from New York to Los Angeles. She has worked as executive sous-chef and executive chef in the kitchens of Match Uptown, Cena and at Rosa Mexicano. More…