Fall 2014 Catalog

Amherst's A Beau Monde Salon is First Place in the Workplace with JVS

Superintendent Dr. Glenn Faircloth salutes JVS business/industry partners throughout the year to show his appreciation for the opportunities they provide for students. A Beau Monde Salon, of Amherst, was his honoree for the month of November.

A Beau Monde Salon provides learning experiences and employment opportunities for students in the Adult Career Center's Cosmetology Program.  The company's employees serve on program advisory committees to keep curriculum current with industry standards and offer their expertise to help train students on special techniques and products available in the industry.

Owner Pat Farnsworth received the award at the recent school-wide Business Advisory Committee meeting. 

 

 

Pat Farnsworth, owner of A Beau Monde Salon, with JVS Superintendent Dr. Glenn Faircloth

 

 

 

 

 

 


JVS Adult Estheticians Pass State Board of Cosmetology Exams

All of the adult student who recently completed the recent Adult Career Center’s Managing Esthetician Program have passed the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology’s licensing exam; many of them already securing employment.

The Managing Esthetician Program is a 750-hour program that trains students to perform skin analysis, facials, waxing, make-up and body treatments, and massage often utilizing special electrical instruments as part of the process.  Students also learned about salon management and retail sales.  

Those students successfully completing the program and earning their licenses include:  Melissa Diedrich (Amherst), Sharita Capers (Elyria), Kelly Kushner (Lorain), and Lisa Prosak (Elyria). 

“Preparing to be a licensed esthetician requires a significant commitment,” noted Marge Daidone, Senior Cosmetology Instructor.  “This is a 750-hour program that takes a year to complete; students attend class Monday through Thursday evenings from 4:30-9:00pm.”

“The students received hands-on experience operating the ‘Outer Glo Salon’, located inside the JVS,” continued Daidone.  “Services, which included facials and massage were available to the public at very inexpensive prices. This gives the students the opportunity to work on actual clients, practicing all aspects of their training.”

In addition to career opportunities in salons and spas, students are also qualified to work for dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons. 

The new Managing Esthetician program began November 3rd and another class will begin in March of 2015.

Our goal is to offer a program for one of the fastest growing fields in the country,” commented Cosmetology Instructor Marge Daidone. 

For more information about the Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center’s Esthetician or Cosmetology Programs, contact Margie Daidone at mdaidone@lcjvs.net, 440/774-1051, ext. 2274.

 

From left:  Instructor Alice Alaya (Lorain), Melissa Diedrich (Amherst), Sharita Capers (Elyria), Kelly Kushner (Lorain), Lisa Prosak (Elyria) and Instructor Karen Fleming (South Amherst). 

 

 

 

 

 

We're Stronger When We Come Together

Lorain County JVS provides the trusted workforce training that has significantly contributed to the economic success of our great county.

Lorain County Community College is an innovative educational leader committed to growing the talent needed to move our county forward.

WIN-the Workforce Innovation Network- represents the best of both organizations, helping our county thrive by connecting with:

•Workers: who need skills/training
•Employers: who need appropriately skilled employees
•Community: which needs economic development and wise use of fiscal resources
•Agencies: which need a great source for training referrals
Because when it comes to education and training solutions, we're in it to help you WIN.
    
To learn more about how WIN can meet your workforce training needs, contact us at (440) 366-4946 or info@loraincountywins.com.

 

 
 

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Mission:

Focused on your future as a dynamic leader, Lorain County JVS excels to engage, educate, and empower.

Values:

  • Student centered
  • Focused on the future
  • Passionate
  • Relevance
  • Strive for excellence
  • Collaborative
  • Engagement

Vision:

Lorain County JVS is the premier driving force where technology and learning converge to empower individuals for success in the global market.

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The Lorain County Joint Vocational School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth programs.

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