Capri Makes a Difference in the Cosmetology Industry
Tricia Seil, Vice President and Campus Director for Capri’s Oak Forest location, is featured in BeautyLink Magazine for her contributions to the State Authorization and Cosmetology Licensing Board Regulations. Click here to read the full story.
Graduation & Award Ceremony 2014
September 14, 2014 3:00 pm is the date and time for this year's Graduation & Award Ceremony. All graduates that complete their hours by December 31, 2014 will receive a formal invitation to attend. Tickets on sale from August 26th - September 6th. Graduate Ticket is Free. Adult Guest Tickets $10. Child Ticket (12yrs & under) $5. Event will be held at CD & Me located in Frankfort; 23320 S. LaGrange Rd. Contact Event Coordinators for additional information: Ms. Amanda 708-687-3020 or Ms. Brittany 815-485-3020.
Trends in Education
In a recession, do 4-year college degrees make sense? Rising tuition and the weakening economy are making high school graduates abandon their dreams of a traditional college degree to pursue a path through technical schools to find a job with better job security. Click here to see a video about students who are forgoing degrees for more secure jobs.
From the Education Guide
Staff Report from the Education Guide / 22nd Century Media / 2013-02-08
Capri Beauty College has been preparing men and women to become professional hair designers for more than 53 years. They have seen every style trend: pixies, feathers, beehives, shags, Mohawks, perms, and shades of every color under the sun.
Capri's graduates are men and women who were seeking a change and an independent profession. They work uptown, downtown, neighborhood salons, and in home salons while their children nap. Some graduates have ventured out of the country, while others have moved to different climates and clients. Many became instructors, hair product representatives, chain store owners, platform artists and even salon owners.
Capri offers students education, professional integrity and a career for the future. Capri does not promote a commercial product line, but rather a Pivot Point education which is recognized in every country across the globe. Promoting a desire for entry into a new and exciting career is a key theme on campus. Regardless of one's current livelihood, adding a second career can provide a supplemental income from a satisfied clientele following. In an ever-changing economy, this offers additional security.
The college offers courses that can be completed within a year. Course completion leads to a state board written exam and cosmetology license that can provide a lifetime career. For some, it's their first career endeavor and for others it's a break from current job disenchantment. Age is never a barrier to entry and necessary skills can be learned. Ultimately, the biggest reward is creating a new look for the client ... priceless.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Learn more about what makes our New Lenox campus special in the April 2011 edition of South Frankfort Life.