Take the First Step Toward Your Culinary Career Now!
Are you a foodie with a passion for a career in culinary arts? If so, then Lincoln Culinary Institute is the first stop on the road to sweet success! Here at Lincoln Culinary, we pride ourselves on offering specialized courses for you, the future of the culinary industry workforce. We introduce you to the reality of the culinary field through hands-on experience with professional chefs.
You’ll work side by side with well-seasoned industry professionals in our brigade-style and European island kitchens, learning classic cooking techniques and methods with a modern twist for today’s palate. In addition to the culinary skills themselves, you will also learn the importance of the management side of the culinary world. Instructors teach business aspects of the field and how to manage a successful kitchen or restaurant. Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared to flourish in the fast-paced food service industry.
Lincoln Culinary Institute offers the convenience of day or evening classes where you can earn your diploma or associate degrees. Financial aid is available for those who qualify, and our career placement assistance professionals will be ready to help you find the perfect job upon graduation.
Lincoln has a longstanding reputation as an educational leader and we’re proud to say our in-depth training programs in Culinary Arts have received the coveted American Culinary Federation Education Foundation Accrediting Commissions’ (ACFEFAC) accreditation.
The Culinary Arts and Food Services program will provide students with a strong foundation on which to build a successful career in the food service industry. Students will be exposed to the core theory and practical application of the culinary arts and food services industry. Students will be exposed to a variety of topics including but not limited to: Classical and Modern food preparation and cooking techniques, food and beverage management, foodservice operations, food science, menu planning and nutrition, international cuisine and culture and baking and pastry techniques. Upon completion of this program, students will be trained for entry level positions in the culinary and food services industry as Line Cook, Prep Cook, Sous Chef, Chef’s Assistant, and Pantry Cook as well as other employment opportunities in the Food Industry. Students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments in each course, except externship.
Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended a Lincoln campus and enrolled in a program can be found at: www.LincolnTech.edu/