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Don't Miss Out: Your Shot at Becoming an Educator with American Crew!

Monday, 16 January 2017 15:27

American Crew, the official supplier to men, is giving you a golden shot to become a certified educator and represent the American Crew legacy. Check it out!

Mastering a trade comes from personal ambition to be better at what you are already good at doing, that is the true definition of becoming an expert over time. In only 5 days, your whole profession can be rebooted, and it's only the start of the new year... Take the leap and add a new dimension to your trade as a educator!

American Crew is adding to their industry-leading Team of Educators! They will be hosting a Team Crew Certification Training on March 5-9, 2017 in Miami, Florida and this is a chance to fly to the sunshine state and grow exponentially in your trade and in your ability to give back to the new generations of men's hairstylists that are entering the industry.

This training will be an intense 5 days where you will learn the American Crew Cutting Methods, Execution, and Presentation Skills. Upon successful completion, you will be certified as a member of the Team Crew Education Team. American Crew educators provide services as independent contractors on behalf of American Crew, and is a great way to add a variety of skills to your resume.

To be considered for the American Crew Team Crew Certification Training you must be a licensed cosmetologist and/or barber working in a salon or barbershop that carries American Crew products. All you have to do is submit your resume along with a 10-minute video.

Your resume should include:
• Contact information including personal address, phone number and email address. Salon name, address and phone number.
• Facts about you and your career, including timelines.

Your video should:
• Not exceed 10 minutes in length.
• Provide the brand with an introduction to you and your connection to American Crew.
• Capture an unobstructed view of you speaking. No outside noise or background music.
• Answer the following questions:

  1. 1. Why do you want to be an American Crew Educator?
  2. 2. Have you taken American Crew Education in the past? If so, please tell us about your experience and provide dates.
  3. 3. Please show us some of your work (pictures, live models, a link to a portfolio, etc.).

Send your video and resume to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it before Feb. 4, 2017

Invitations to the American Crew Team Crew Certification Training will be based on assessment of submissions.
Details of the training to follow acceptance. Costs associated with this training are shared between attendee and American Crew.

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