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State College of Beauty Culture is a privately owned school licensed by the State of Wisconsin and nationally accredited by NACCAS.

The State College of Beauty Culture’s intent, purpose and principle objectives focus in two areas:

  1. To provide and nurture a basic fundamental beauty education where graduation and State licensure are the result.
  2. To develop and enhance proficient, professional skills and knowledge necessary to achieve success to prepare graduates for careers in cosmetology arts and sciences. 

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State College of Beauty Culture also is a full service salon open to the public. All hair, skin and nail services are performed by students and supervised by licensed instructors of our cosmetology school.


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By interactive 07 Nov, 2017

Are you looking for a rewarding career in an industry that’s expecting to see significant job growth by 2024? If that sounds like you, you may want to consider attending esthetician school to become a skincare specialist.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of jobs available for skincare specialists is expected to grow by 12 percent between 2014 and 2024, which is faster than average for all occupations. During that same timespan, the total number of skincare specialist jobs in the United States is projected to increase by 6,600.

What’s behind the increased demand for skincare specialists? The Bureau of Labor Statistics suspects a growing desire to minimize the effects of aging will drive job growth in this field.

By interactive 20 Oct, 2017

If you’re getting ready to graduate from high school, you may already be thinking about the high-paying job you’re sure to land once you have a college degree in hand. While it’s always a good idea to continue learning, a college degree doesn’t provide the same advantages that it used to when it comes to employment prospects, especially high-paying jobs.

While having a degree is no longer a near-guarantee that you’ll find employment once you graduate from college, you can pursue other kinds of training that will make you employable faster and more affordably. One kind of training that can get you ready for a job quicker and less expensively than pursuing a four-year degree is cosmetology school.

Although images of Wall Street or Silicon Valley may come to mind when you think of high-paying lines of work, the beauty industry is one that generates $50 billion in revenue every year. Yes, you read that right. The beauty industry produces $50 billion in revenue annually.

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