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Career Services

ICE Career Resources and Support for Our Students & Graduates

We're proud to present a wide range of job opportunities from our community for each ICE graduate.

From the ICE Career Services team to our alumni network, our community extends far beyond the classroom. As an ICE student, you’ll be assigned a Career Services advisor who works with you from day one through externship, and beyond.

88% of alumni report that their ICE education has proved somewhat or very important to their careers.[1] That's because your success is our focus from the outset. In your first week of classes, you’ll meet one-on-one with your Career Services Advisor to build the plan for your future and to learn about ICE’s extensive job placementand networking services for students and alumni. Our ICE career resources also provide graduates with and industry events.

Personalized Career Support

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Externships

Our on-campus and online programs in Culinary Arts, Plant-Based Culinary Arts, Pastry & Baking Arts and Hospitality & Hotel Managementput your training into practice with an externship in the field. This is an opportunity to tailor your education to your personal interests and career goals. Students spend about 200 hands-on hours at the industry’s most acclaimed restaurants, hotels, catering companies, pastry shops and corporate food service venues. In the past few years, ICE placed thousands of externs in hundreds of establishments, providing a range of work experiences as diverse as our student body.

Job Placement & Career Services

We're proud to present a wide range of job opportunities from our community for each ICE graduate. Upon graduation, you can start receiving our weekly alumni email newsletter with job opportunities that have been curated by our Career Services team. You’ll also be invited to our Career Fairs in which we invite employers to campus to meet our students and alumni.