• JCC Registering Students for Evening Cosmetology Program

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    November 21, 2019
    Three-semester program trains both English and Spanish-speaking students cosmetology skills.
     
    Johnston Community College is now registering students for its evening cosmetology program, which begins Jan. 6.
     
    The three-semester continuing education program is designed to teach students the skills they need to work in a professional salon. The bilingual program will be taught by both English-speaking and Spanish-speaking instructors. To ensure Spanish-speaking students are successful in passing the N.C. State Board exam they must know basic English or be willing to learn through ESL (English as a Second Language) classes offered at the college.
     
    From Jan. 6 - June 16, the program will meet Monday through Thursday from 5 until 11 p.m.


    Completers of the program will be skilled in hairstyling, haircutting, sculptured nail technology, skin care, permanent wave and relaxing, and hair color. After students pass the state board exam, they are qualified to work in cosmetology salons and related businesses in North Carolina.
     
    The program is estimated to cost about $1,900. Students may qualify for scholarship opportunities.
     
    JCC also offers an associate’s degree and diploma in cosmetology, an instructor certificate as well as continuing education courses in manicuring.
     
    For more information about cosmetology programs at JCC, please visit www.johnstoncc.edu/cosmetology or call (919) 209-2107 or (919) 209-2039.
     
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    Established in 1969, Johnston Community College is a comprehensive community college within the North Carolina System, offering more than 35 academic programs and numerous continuing education programs, services and opportunities.  The College provides programming through its main campus in Smithfield as well as the Arboretum, Cleveland Center, Rudolph Howell & Son Environmental Learning Center and the Workforce Development Center.  JCC is fully accredited by the Commission of Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award certificates, diplomas and associate degrees.
    Contact:
    Traci D. Ashley

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