Full-time, Part-time, Catering, Private Party and Special Function, and Management Bartending positions are available in the industry. Many of our graduates who hold full-time day jobs in other industries begin bartending part-time in the evenings on weekends and later switch to full-time bartending. Many college students bartend part-time while they are in classes and then switch to full-time in the summers. Others use bartending as a part-time position just to make some extra money doing catered events or private parties that are set up by the school.
The job placement program at the school offers assistance in finding employment in the bar and beverage industry. Positions are common in airports, hotels, nightclubs, sports bars, music-oriented clubs, restaurants, and neighborhood bars. After the formal training program, students are assisted in interviewing skills, application processes, and in job-search techniques.
As job leads are developed, students are contacted concerning interview arrangements and positions that are available. The school is affiliated with bartending schools nationwide that will assist the graduates with job placement in those cities for free and also allow the graduate to practice at their training facilities.
The Job Placement Assistance Program
The JP Director will assist each and every graduate with all aspects of obtaining employment. Since the course is equvalent to several months of on-the-job experience, the employment rate for
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