Career Opportunities

  • Hair Stylist
  • Makeup Artist
  • Beauty School Instructor
  • Manufacturer Representative
  • Nail Technician
  • Salon Owner
  • And Many More…


Due to 21st Century advertising trends, fashionable looks for both men and women will remain of great importance. Although styles will change, a cosmetologist’s task will remain the same…to help people look attractive. As a service professional, you will be shampooing, cutting, styling, straightening, perming, and coloring hair; giving manicures; providing scalp and facial treatments; and furnishing makeup analysis. At the end of this program, you will be eligible to take the Indiana State Beauty Board Examination. You need to pass ISTEP or to achieve a GED before you will be recommended for the Indiana Cosmetology license examination.

The average income for a salon professional, according to the U.S. Dept. of Labor, is up to $41,620.

Grade: 11,12

Credits: 8

Location: Career Center

Dual Credit Available

Educational Opportunities

Specialized training offered at private schools
Manufacturer-sponsored workshops, seminars, and conferences


H.S. and Career & Technical Education Graduate:

up to $41,620

Additional Technical Training:

up to $41,620

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