Hair Design Careers is a for-profit college located in Salem, Oregon. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 69 undergraduate students. The Hair Design Careers acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Cosmetology, Nail Technician, and Esthetician and Skin Care. Graduating 72% of students, Hair Design Careers alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $16,700.
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I think it was a really unique experience. As it comes to an end I'm reminded of high school and how this experience will soon pass and our relationships will never be the same. Besides, the neat friends ships I've made I think I learned a great-deal to prepare me for my career and If I were to need more help on something my teachers would help me before I graduate. The workload and curriculum were appropriate, but I would like more experience and want to continue on with nursing so I can utilize my esthetics career in medical aesthetics. I look forward to nursing school and laser school.
Only having one computer for student use at school has been a hassle, but most of us have personal computers so we have made do. The computer often has issues though and has to be restarted and network is also a bit slow. Often times we will save projects to our email and print them off at school, which is nice if you have printer problems at home. However sometimes there can be a line to print and it's a bit hectic because the teachers are waiting on us to come to class. All in all it could be better and my personal computer would be much healthier if storm doors weren't so obnoxious and would stop hitting my back pack.
My school is pretty unique because it is so hands on. I enjoy the time spent getting to know my fellow classmates and the teamwork process that goes hand-in-hand with us. I've met many people who've impacted my life throughout this experience and made great clients. This educational process has changed me and helped me grow, discover new passions, and given me more hope and drive for additional success.