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Career center program has options for students

Wayne County Schools Career Center's cosmetology class is off to a quick start. Jordan Malone, left, Ashley Miller and Shannon Stull practice techniques they have learned in class.

Andrew J. Cerniglia

Last month three new students enrolled into the Wayne County Schools Career Center’s new adult cosmetology program.
 
For Ashley Miller it was an opportunity to change careers. “After attending college and working a desk job, I had a change of heart," Miller said. "I wanted to create my own destiny.”
 
Miller followed her passion to the career center, where she enrolled in the cosmetology program. She plans to train and learn the skills needed to become a licensed cosmetologist.
 
A fellow student, Jordan Malone, has returned to the career center to brush up on her skills in preparation to take the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology exam in January.
 
Shannon Stull, a new student to the career center, has dreams of one day owning her own spa. The 18-month program will prepare her to do just that.
 
The full-time adult cosmetology program includes hands-on training in the areas of manicures and pedicures; hair styling, cutting, coloring and treatments; facial treatments; wig and hairpiece care; and other salon services and applications.
 
The next cosmetology program will begin Jan. 9, 2018. Financial aid is available to eligible students. For more information about the cosmetology program or any adult programs, call the career center’s adult education office at 330-669-7070 or visit www.wcscc.org.
 

Published: November 23, 2017
New Article ID: 2017171129972