top news

Displaying items by tag: Scholarship

What better time than Black History Month to foster the careers of salon professionals of color through scholarships? Wella Professionals announces a contest to promote the extraordinary talent found among Black licensed salon professionals.

JCS Beauty announced the launch of the Nourish & Shine Scholarship in partnership with Beauty Changes Lives. This new scholarship aims to help empower Black/African American students to embrace their passion and pursue their careers within the beauty industry.

Twenty years ago, successful school owner Winn Claybaugh and Paul Mitchell’s chairman and co-founder John Paul DeJoria partnered to open their first Paul Mitchell School in Costa Mesa, California.

Beauty Changes Lives: A Year of Giving Back

Monday, 14 December 2020 05:15
Published in Events/News

"Looking back on 2020, lyrics from the long-running Broadway musical RENT seem especially poignant. Just how do you measure the 525,600 minutes that make up a year? Especially a year like 2020 that has inflicted so much human and economic pain," says Lynelle Lynch, Beauty Changes Lives President.

Hairdressers at Heart pledges funds to support Fabio ICAN Scholarships, Pretty Ponytails and the Polaris Project, to support hairdressers and their clients.

Eufora International announced the 2020 Don Bewley Memorial Scholarship Fund recipients. Established in 2017 to honor their Co-founder, the late Don Bewley, The Scholarship Fund is a heartfelt endeavor to carry on his commitment to serving the professional beauty industry.

A legendary beauty family’s generosity is helping six cosmetology students get a jump start on their career goals.

Sterling, IL-based clipper manufacturer to surprise four new students with scholarships today, Tuesday, September 22nd, with the goal of helping them achieve their dreams of becoming barbers.

The generosity of the Miller Family Foundation is funding professional possibilities for both aspiring and future beauty and wellness professionals.

Wahl Clipper Corporation partnered with Chicago social service organization UCAN and His & Hers Barber School to help at-risk West Side youth break the cycle of poverty via the Wahl Fade It Forward program.

Page 1 of 3
Copyright © 2012 | All rights reserved • Edizioni Esav s.r.l. | P.iva 05215180018 | email:info@estetica.it | Privacy Policy login | Powered by coolshop

popup - Wisepops - script

Cookies - USA