Everett Community College Cosmetology Program
Everett Community College Cosmetology Program
2000 Tower Street
Everett, WA 98201

The Cosmetology curriculum is offered through the Workforce Development Division.

About the Program
The 1730-hour Cosmetology Program is made up of three subdivisions: hair care, skin care and nail care services. Everett Community College's requirement for licensing is 1730 credited clock hours, approximately 5 quarters, and passing all the required classes. The curriculum meets the requirements for both theory and practical applications, and prepares the prospective cosmetologist to take the Washington State licensing examinations. Classes operate on a seven-hour-per-day schedule: M, T, W and F: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; TH: 12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

The program provides experience in customer services such as shampooing, hair lightening, permanent waving, thermal hair styling, coloring, wet styling, manicuring, pedicuring, chemical relaxing, trimming of facial hair, facials, makeup, temporary hair removal and styling & maintenance of artificial hair. Also included are safety measures in the handling and use of chemicals, sterilization of equipment, various disorders/diseases of the hair, skin, and nails and their proper treatment, and salon management. Student internship is available as part of the training.

Admission to the Cosmetology Program is open to anyone who has a high school diploma or equivalent. Students can pursue a certificate or ATA degree in the Cosmetology Program.

Purpose Statement
The Cosmetology Faculty and Staff Promise You
The Everett Community College Cosmetology Program provides a structured, quality education. We respect individual creativity, promote professional standards, and guide all students to succeed in their educational training. We offer the latest professional information on industry trends, techniques, and tools.

Our students graduate with the knowledge and understanding of the employable skills of respect, honesty, effective communication, time management, and the desire to be life long learners.

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