Wisconsin Bartending School

Our Rochester, New York Bartending School has been training Upstate New York bartenders for over 14 years from our Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse locations!
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Local & Nationwide Job Placement Assistance

Our placement director will meet with each student to offer advice and to review current job openings each week.

Our Bartending School has job placement services available in over 35 PBSA locations accross the United States.

Local Job Placement Program:

Upon successful completion of the course, each student will receive his or her certification. Our Placement Assistance Program helps you find full or part time employment opportunities in the food and beverage industry, both locally and nation wide.

Whether you want to work at a friendly neighborhood bar where everyone knows your name, or the fanciest hot spot downtown, we'll try hard to find the right bar for you. Our job placement director takes a personal interest in each student while they are in our school and understands that each student has different needs.

Nationwide Job Placement Program:

Each of our graduates is also eligible to use our nationwide job placement assistance program throught PBSA. Any of our graduates may call our bartending school and check to see if we have placement in the new city they are interested in. Once the student has relocated to the new city, our job placement director will call the new school for the student and set up their job placement appointment for them.

The student then simply reports to the new campus and shows their Bartending Academy diploma and all of the new cities job openings are available to them at no charge. The new school will treat the graduate like one of their own. The graduate may use job placement services at the new campus as often as they like.

Our nationwide job placement program is a great way to see the country while earning a good living!

A Bartender's Earning Potential:

The average earning potential of a professional bartender is between $15.00 and $30.00 per hour, including salary and tips. Wisconsin has one of the highest percentages of bars per capita in the United States. As a professionally trained bartender you can look forward to a variety of hours and shifts to choose from.

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