Culinary Scholarship for Military


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Culinary Scholarship for Military

  1. 1. The International Culinary Center’s $5 Million Military Scholarship Program “Discipline, respect, organization and the ability to master skills are key in the kitchen. If you are a good soldier, you can be a good professional cook…I can’t imagine a career that is better suited for veterans.” -- Benjamin Lubin, Marines Veteran and ICC Graduate The International Culinary Center, one of the world’s premier professional cooking schools, offers military scholarships for up to $7,500 to veterans with an honorable discharge who are interested in pursuing a career in culinary arts. In as little as six months, ICC’s intensive, hands-on programs provide students with real-world skills to maximize their career-readiness for any field in the culinary industry. Founded as The French Culinary Institute nearly 30 years ago, ICC's track record of excellence includes an impressive roster of alumni including chefs Bobby Flay, Daisy Martinez and David Chang. Designed as a fast-track to employment, ICC's full-time and part-time programs offer rolling start dates and student housing. The Career Services program lists thousands of jobs for alumni and students every year, and provides one-on-one services long after graduation. Erik Murnighan, ICC’s Vice President, states, “I cannot stress the individual attention strongly enough…students and alumni have the benefit of discussing opportunities with a Career Services team that understands the industry inside and out.” The ICC Advantage: Qualifying veterans, children and spouses can receive as much as $11,200 in aid which, along with the Post 9/11 GI Bill, results in up to 80% tuition reduction Programs culminate in diploma or certificate credentials recognized industry-wide
  2. 2. Prime campus locations in NYC’s SoHo and California’s Silicon Valley with opportunities to study abroad Flexible full-time and part-time schedules with rolling start dates Career training in Classic Culinary Arts, Classic Pastry Arts, Intensive Sommelier Training, Cake Techniques and Design, International Bread Baking and Restaurant Management, in day and evening classes A trademarked curriculum guided by world-renowned deans, such as Jacques Pépin and José Andrés, with highly skilled chef-instructors Low teacher-to-student ratios A graduation rate over 90% with a 0% default rate on Sallie Mae loans Student housing available for full-time and part-time students, minutes away from both campuses Up to 60 credits toward a Bachelor’s Degree accepted at The New School, a respected university in New York City founded in 1919 Ongoing career services with up-to-the minute job menu, resume building, interview preparation, industry advice and career fairs 10,000+ alumni; opportunities for continuing education, workshops and travel The International Culinary Center is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges and a 2012 recipient of ACCSC's coveted Schools of Excellence Award. For more information about our New York campus, contact David Lopez at 646.254.7522. For information about our California campus, call Virginia Cook at 408.370.5584. Visit our Website: Take a Virtual Tour: Plan a Visit: Learn about our Scholarships: Watch our Videos: