If you love baking and decorating for the holidays, then join the 2014 Gingerbread Contest. This year’s theme is “Country and Western.” Entries are being accepted NOW through November 10, 2014. Participants will be recognized at the 2nd Annual Holiday Hoedown, being held on Thursday, December 4th at 5:30 p.m. Each Gingerbread entrant will receive a FREE ticket to the Holiday Hoedown event. Click here to get the official guidelines and entry form.
The IRSC Culinary Institute competes in regional Culinary Arts Competitions. In addition, the Institute sponsors local culinary competitions for Treasure Coast high schools in Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, and St. Lucie counties.
Any competition proceeds are donated to the IRSC Foundation Culinary Scholarship. The scholarship is designed to benefit students who are currently enrolled in the culinary/restaurant management programs at IRSC, have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher, and have demonstrated their commitment to professionalism and community involvement.
For more information on upcoming competitions, please contact Chef Bill Solomon at email@example.com.
The Culinary Institute at IRSC now offers a new CULINARY MANAGEMENT AS Degree. The new degree is designed to effectively build culinary as well as foodservice management skills for students. This new Associate of Science degree provides students with the opportunity to choose a stronger background in the culinary arts. Staff and faculty are working with currently enrolled students that wish to transition from their current degree track to the new AS degree eliminating or minimizing any interruption in their progress.
For information regarding enrolling in our programs, please contact Lisa Lamarre at 772-226-2511 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Aspiring chefs will study a wide range of topics at The Culinary Institute at Indian River State College. From menu planning to safety and sanitation, it’s imperative to earn a comprehensive education that covers more than just cooking basics.
Students in the Fall Garde Manger class worked on their ice carving skills and created some “cool” designs!
INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE NAMED TOP TEN FINALIST FOR 2015 ASPEN PRIZE FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE EXCELLENCE
Indian River State College was named today as a top-ten finalist for the prestigious Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, America’s most respected and selective recognition of sustained high achievement and performance in state and community colleges. After a rigorous review of the College’s performance, IRSC was selected as one of ten Prize finalists from a [...]
Most private culinary schools require students to complete a 3-month, unpaid internship in a culinary establishment before a student can graduate. We understand that today’s college student has many personal demands and responsibilities from family, work, financial obligations, etc., so our internship is designed with your busy lifestyle in mind. Once enrolled in The Culinary [...]