ICE students walk through the lobby at the Institute of Culinary Education's New York campus

Open Houses at ICE

Culinary Careers Start Here

Attending an ICE Open House is the best way to experience life as a student and learn about the professional opportunities that await you after graduation.

Just ask our students and graduates — attending an ICE Open House can serve as the inspiration you need to get on the path to an exciting career in the culinary or hospitality industry. Visit our Lower Manhattan facility, meet ICE instructors and advisors, and learn about applying to become a student at ICE. What are you waiting for?

Visit our campus virtually: Watch our New York City campus and programs tour below.

Know Before You Go

A bread baking student peers into the deck ovens at the Institute of Culinary Education

Get a Sneak Peek of Student Life at ICE

Experience live cooking demonstrations with our chef-instructors and tour the teaching kitchens, culinary labs and classrooms in our New York City campus at Brookfield Place in lower Manhattan. You’ll also have the chance to meet with our admissions and financial aid staff and to hear about the diverse hospitality and culinary career paths open to culinary school graduates.

Get Inspired by Our Alumni

Thinking about making a career change, but have reservations about how to start? Watch the video to discover how attending an Open House helped ICE alum Jennifer Tafuri, Pastry Chef of NYC's Rotisserie Georgette, make the leap. 

Ready to learn more? There's no better way to find out if ICE is right for you than by attending one of our Open House events.

ICE graduate Jennifer Tafuri applied to ICE soon after attending an Open House

"[Pastry] was always something I was good at naturally, but it was never something I thought I'd do professionally ... I got a degree in anthropology and ended up getting a job where I stayed for 7 years. I decided to go for a tour at ICE — and the next day I signed up."

Jennifer Tafuri – Pastry Chef, Rotisserie Georgette
Pastry, '11