Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The Trident Technical College African American Male Leadership Institute (AAMLI) will host “Cuts, Curls, Styles & Beyond” Wednesday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Scheduled to take place in the Student Lounge (Bldg. 410) on the Main Campus in North Charleston, the event is admission free and open to the public to attend.
Participants will be treated to free hair styling services provided by Trident Technical College instructors and students in the Cosmetology program.
Appointments are not necessary, but participants must have clean hair that has already been washed in order to receive the complimentary hair design services. The event is sponsored by the Trident Technical College Berkeley Campus Cosmetology program and the African American Male Leadership Institute.
The Trident Technical College Cosmetology four semester day program and six semester night program prepares students for a professional career.
The curriculum includes hair shaping, hair design, styling, braiding, hair coloring, permanent waving, straightening, skin care, makeup, waxing, manicuring, pedicuring, salon management and state board preparation.
The Trident Technical College African American Male Leadership Institute (AAMLI) is committed to developing leadership potential, as well as promoting academic success and personal achievement among African American males enrolled at TTC. While the program is targeted toward African American males, it is open to TTC students who are interested in developing their leadership potential. Students who participate in TTC’s AAMLI will have the opportunity to tour four-year colleges and universities, tour successful African American owned or operated businesses and meet individuals who run them, attend seminars and visit locations that highlight African American culture and education as well as receive academic tutoring.
For more information, please contact William Wrighten, director of mentoring for AAMLI, at email@example.com or 843.574.6652. Visit the Mentoring Office (Rm. 211-W) in the Complex for Economic Development (Bldg. 920) on the Main Campus in North Charleston.
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