Issuu on Google+


IT’S COOL TO BE A FUTURE PROFESSIONAL


When People Come First Success Will Follow TOP 10 REASONS

To Attend a Paul Mitchell School THE EDUCATION THE PAUL MITCHELL速 NAME THE CULTURE WE MAKE YOUR DREAM A REALITY THE MENTORS THE EXPERIENCE THE CONNECTIONS THE FUN WE GIVE BACK ONE SIZE FITS ALL


“This industry offers you the personal freedom and financial rewards you desire!” — JOHN PAUL DEJORIA Cofounder and CEO, John Paul Mitchell Systems

“As Paul Mitchell’s Art Director of Education, it is my responsibility to inspire the industry through educational tools, but it is truly the schools that inspire me most.” — ANGUS MITCHELL John Paul Mitchell Systems Co-owner, Salon Owner, and Paul Mitchell School Owner

“At every one of our Paul Mitchell Schools, the owners and staff share a common mission of doing so much more than producing beauty school graduates: We’re out to change the industry by making better human beings.” — WINN CLAYBAUGH Dean and Cofounder, Paul Mitchell Schools


THE EDUCATION Our curriculum is fun, challenging, and catered to your learning style. The Cosmetology Program teaches design, cutting, coloring, multicultural techniques, makeup and fashion trends in a three-phase program: • •

Core – “Learn the rules” or foundation cutting, color, and texture techniques to confidently begin working with service guests. Adaptive – “Apply the rules” from Core, adding professional service, retail skill, and the art of successful communication while becoming more comfortable with your skills. Creative – “Expand your learning” by combining new cuts, colors, textures, and styles to create excellent service.

The Skin Academy offers training in international skin treatments, speed waxing, customized treatment protocols, skin analysis, ingredient technology, makeup techniques, and prescriptive retailing. The Nail Academy guides you in mastering the skills, science, and creativity required by the nail enhancement industry, as well as introduces you to ongoing discoveries in the science of hand and foot beauty. The Barbering Program features hair cutting, chemical work (including coloring and perms), men’s shaving and grooming, and basic skin care, along with hairpiece design, fitting, and maintenance in a three-phase program. The Night School Program offers the same great curriculum taught in our award-winning daytime classes – it’s convenient with a schedule you can handle.

Images from Paul Mitchell The School Costa Mesa, CA


THE PAUL MITCHELLÂŽ NAME Paul Mitchell is one of the most respected beauty companies in the world.

Established over 30 years ago, the Paul Mitchell network is over 100,000 salons strong and in 81 countries worldwide. Every professional hairdresser knows the Paul Mitchell name. Prospective employers recognize Paul Mitchell Schools’ commitment to quality and our reputation for innovation and excellence. Your horizons are limitless!

Images from Paul Mitchell The School Costa Mesa, CA


THE CULTURE We’re about changing lives and making a difference.

At Paul Mitchell Schools, our culture is about bringing out the best in people and situations, changing lives, making a difference, healing the planet, and healing ourselves. Yes, we have a dress code, attendance requirements, educational standards, and all the other elements of a successful organization, but we also provide safe, loving environments where people have found mentors, built selfesteem, overcome addictions, left bad relationships, and discovered a support system similar to the best family anyone could ever imagine. In our Paul Mitchell Schools, it’s not just the School Director or Learning Leader’s responsibility to help everyone feel loved and safe. We all share that responsibility – from the newest Future Professional to the most seasoned staff member.


WE MAKE YOUR DREAM A REALITY Our financial aid team will help you find the path to your dream! Cosmetology: A Growing Industry … Design high-fashion hair for the runway, become a celebrity stylist, or work in print photography, television, opera, theater, ballet, or film. As your career progresses, you can become a platform artist, salon or spa manager or owner, educator, manufacturing consultant or artistic director, or retail specialist. In addition to hair design, the industry offers opportunities in: • Skin care • Makeup • Nail artistry • Sales and marketing Estheticians are working for plastic surgeons and dermatologists, doing facial services, waxing, and assisting. Nail technicians are working in resort spas, medical spas with podiatrists, beauty salons, and their own nail salons. Cosmetologists can work in fields ranging from research and development to copywriting and journalism for the beauty industry. Barbers are joining fullservice men’s barbershops and male-focused salons where men can get a great haircut or color, cover the gray, and experience the time-honored tradition of a relaxing, rejuvenating shave. Our admissions leaders will be happy to work with you and explain all your financial options. They’re prepared to walk you through everything you need to know to start a career in the salon, spa, and beauty industry. For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at www.paulmitchell.edu. There you’ll see even more photos and fashion work by our award-winning Future Professionals, and you can learn more about Paul Mitchell Schools.


THE MENTORS Be inspired by our highly trained and certified team and renowned guest artists. “As a salon owner, I’ve never been more confident or happy in where we are as a company and where we’re about to go with the help of Winn Claybaugh and the incredible Paul Mitchell Schools.” — Robert Cromeans John Paul Mitchell Systems Global Artistic Director and Paul Mitchell School Owner “Paul Mitchell Schools train Future Professionals to have a glorious career that will feed their hearts and pockets. All Paul Mitchell Schools share the same common ingredients: passion and high standards for inspiring Future Professionals to be not only amazing hairstylists, but also passionate citizens.” — Vivienne Mackinder Five-Time Winner of the North American Hairstyling Awards “When it comes to schools that are creating a difference, the only ones that come to mind are the Paul Mitchell Schools. They are dedicated to current, consistent, and complete education.” — Dean Banowetz The Hollywood Hair Guy


THE EXPERIENCE Every day is exciting! We offer Dean’s List, Honors Program, fashion shows, photo shoots, and more. As a Paul Mitchell Future Professional, you may have the opportunity to experience photo shoots, fashion shows, and other exciting experiences that open the door to networking in your local hairdressing community and around the world. The Paul Mitchell Schools Dean’s List program recognizes Future Professionals who excel in academia, community, attitude, school program involvement, and culture. The extensive criteria include academic and attendance requirements, participation in philanthropic activities, membership in student-run programs, and much more. Our Honors Programs offer aspiring Future Professionals the chance to work independently and earn extra recognition for their skill development and coursework completion. Participating students receive priceless experience, special recognition at graduation, and Honors recognition for their résumés.


THE CONNECTIONS We’ll help you find your ideal career home. Thanks to the lives and teachings of Paul Mitchell educators, hair designers, product innovators, and artists, careers in hair design today can be both personally and financially rewarding. As a Paul Mitchell-trained professional, you have the opportunity to learn the skills and build the relationships that will help you realize your artistic dreams and work almost anywhere in the world. Whether you choose to create fashion behind a chair in the salon, own your own salon or spa business, or opt for the excitement of a career in fashion, feature film, TV, or product education, Paul Mitchell Schools provide the education to help you reach your artistic, technical, and lifestyle goals.

Above: Lunatic Fringe. Above Right: Angus Mitchell Salon. Right: A Robert Cromeans Salon.


THE FUN We incorporate fun into our classes, activities, and events. Learning the skills is just the beginning … At Paul Mitchell Schools, our teaching style is unique. We believe education is an adventure and the learning experience needs to be fun. When you tour any Paul Mitchell School, you’ll experience a positive learning environment everywhere you look and a culture that inspires confidence and success. Our learning communities provide you with the opportunities to develop essential skills while you explore your talents, passion, and creativity. Our instructors – we call them “Learning Leaders” – are trained to draw out the artist in you and then prepare you to compete in the real world. Paul Mitchell Schools provide you with a well-rounded lifestyle education plus extensive hands-on and classroom training in the program you choose.


WE GIVE BACK Our “FUNraising” campaigns have raised over $6 million for charities in the last eight years. Through our annual three-month “FUNraising” campaign, we’ve donated our time and over $6 million to charitable organizations including Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation, Andrew Gomez Dream Foundation, Food 4 Africa, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Morris Animal Foundation, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, City of Hope, CUT IT OUT, NCA Disaster Relief Fund, Komen for the Cure, Larry King Cardiac Foundation, Cancer Schmancer, and Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Network. Through grassroots, dollar-by-dollar events like cut-a-thons, fashion shows, bake sales, and “Casual for a Cause” days, we’ve built homes for needy families, fed hungry kids, and supported the victims of AIDS, cancer, homelessness, hurricanes, abuse, and more. In addition, a portion of the cost of every student technical kit is donated to the American Forest Global ReLeaf Program to help replace America’s trees. “People often wonder why we’re involved in FUNraising,” Winn Claybaugh says. “Yes, we teach the skills needed for a successful career, but we also teach the skills needed for a successful life. Giving back is a cornerstone of our philosophy.” We Are Here to Make a Difference!


ONE SIZE FITS ALL We welcome anyone who is willing to embrace our culture and professional standards. In an industry based on beauty, we know that nothing is more attractive than those who stand strong in their convictions while accepting and embracing others for who they are and what they believe. Our Paul Mitchell Future Professionals represent every size, age, color, lifestyle, belief, and nonbelief, and we think that’s incredible! How boring would it be if everyone looked, acted, and thought the same way? We don’t care about your age, background, or history; we care about you. We want you to be yourself while celebrating the fact that other people are different from you. Whether you’ve been broken, abused, held back, flunked out, or graduated at the top of your class, everyone who agrees to embrace our culture is welcome at our Paul Mitchell Schools, where … one size fits all!


156 North Hurstbourne Parkway, Louisville, Kentucky 40222 Phone: (502) 583-1018 Email: amandar@louisville.paulmitchell.edu

Dear Future Professional: Thank you for your interest in Paul Mitchell The School Louisville KY. We are very proud of our reputation and success, and want to share our excitement with you through the information enclosed. The PAUL MITCHELL name is recognized throughout the world! Our network of salons is over 100,000 strong. Prospective employers recognize Paul Mitchell Schools' commitment to quality and our reputation for innovation and excellence and Paul Mitchell graduates are employed in successful salons across the nation. If you're looking for an industry that's thriving, look to the beauty industry. The US Bureau of Labor and Statistics* projects a 20% overall increase in employment for beauty professionals from 2008-2018, a much faster growth than the average for all occupations. This growth includes a 19% increase for cosmetologists, and a 12% increase for barbering professionals. Continued growth in the number of full-service spas will generate a 38% increase in job openings for Estheticians and other skin care specialists as well. Enclosed you will find information about the curriculum and programs to assist you in making this important career decision. Our students enjoy an extensive education program that includes haircutting, hair coloring, style and finish, skin care and makeup. Our students also experience professional development classes that include career planning and creating a marketing strategy to assist them in learning the skills they will need to be successful in the industry. Paul Mitchell The School Louisville KY is accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences and approved by the United States Department of Education to offer federal financial aid to qualifying individuals to assist with tuition costs. Let us answer all your questions regarding the application process for financial aid, the funds you may qualify for, or anything else you may want to know. We also offer flexible payment plans.** We encourage you to visit our campus to experience the environment for yourself. During a personal tour of our campus we will share with you the many career opportunities available in the industry. You will meet our dedicated team of instructors and enthusiastic students. Learn the benefits of a Paul Mitchell education and how this education may assist you in achieving the career of your dreams. We look forward to assisting you in making the decision to begin a new career at Paul Mitchell The School Louisville KY. Best Regards, Amanda Redden Admissions Leader *BLS.gov/oes/ ** Please check with the specific campus you are interested in for those payment plans.


156 North Hurstbourne Parkway, Louisville, Kentucky 40222 Phone: (502) 583-1018 Email: amandar@louisville.paulmitchell.edu

COURSE OUTLINE NAME OF COURSE: COSMETOLOGY

1800 CLOCK HOURS - 51.43 WEEKS

COURSE DESCRIPTION The curriculum involves 1800 hours to satisfy Kentucky requirements. It's time to put your best artistic skills to work! Throughout the length of your education, our cosmetology classes feature design, cutting, coloring, multicultural techniques, makeup, fashion trends, manicuring, pedicuring, basic facials, and the art of hairdressing in a three-phase program we call Core, Adaptive, and Creative.

STUDENT EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS Cutting System DVD Box Set, ISBN 978-0-9743205-2-6, $300.00 Cutting System Cutting Cards, ISBN N/A, $10.00 The Cutting Book, ISBN 978-0-9743205-4-0, $32.00 Color System DVD Box Set, ISBN 978-0-9743205-1-9, $300.00 The Coloring Book, ISBN 978-0-9743205-3-3, $26.00 Color System Skill Cards, ISBN N/A, $14.50 Paul Mitchell Product Guide Workbook, ISBN N/A, $2.50 Connecting to My Future Book, ISBN 0-9743205-0-1, $19.95 Be Nice (Or Else!) Book, ISBN-13: 978-0-974-993-99-7, $23.95 Behind the Bottle CD, ISBN N/A $3.00 Multiple Intelligence Letter Success for the Modern Salon CD, $40.00 Service Menu Experience, ISBN N/A, $N/A 1 Plugged In thumb drive, Plugged In membership, and MASTERS Audio Club subscription throughout enrollment (minimum 1 year), ISBN N/A, $30.00 1 Color paper swatch chart 1 PM Shines paper swatch chart 1 Blonding Brochure 2012

REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS Milady’s Standard Cosmetology 2012 Textbook, ISBN-13: 978-1-4390-5930-2 (Hardcover), $104.95 Milady’s Standard Cosmetology 2012 Theory Workbook. ISBN-13: 978-1-4390-5923-4, $44.95 Milady’s Standard Cosmetology 2012 Exam Review, ISBN-13: 978-1-4390-5921-0, $33.95

PROGRAM CODES SOC Code: 39.5012.00 Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists CIP Code: 12.0401 Cosmetology/Cosmetologist, General


EDUCATION GOALS Paul Mitchell The School Louisville KY strives to provide a quality educational system that prepares students to pass the state board examination and gain employment within their chosen field of study. Our quality education system includes an outstanding facility, experienced and competent instructors, and a curriculum developed through years of experience and expertise. Our education goals are: 1. To educate students to be professional, knowledgeable, and skilled in their field for marketability within the industry. 2. To maintain a constantly updated program that provides students with the knowledge to compete in their field of study. 3. To promote the continuing educational growth of our faculty and students, using current teaching methods and techniques. 4. To teach courtesy and professionalism as the foundation for a successful career in their chosen field of study. 5. To prepare students to successfully pass the state licensing exam for entry-level employment. 6. To train and graduate students while empowering them to become confident and excited to enter a successful career within the salon and beauty industry.

MEASURABLE PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES 1. Receive the required number of clock hours of training. 2. Complete and receive passing grades on all practical graduation requirements and projects to include examinations, both practical and theoretical. 3. Satisfactory pass final written and practical exams. 4. Receive a graduation certification or plaque. 5. Pass state board exam.

UNITS OF INSTRUCTION The instructional program of Cosmetology meets or exceeds the requirements of a minimum total accumulation of 1800 clock hours required by the Kentucky State Board of Cosmetology.

Subject First 300 Hours Orientation

Minimum Hours of Technical Instruction

Minimum Hours of Practical Operations

Theory and Law

Demo 6

Userdefinable Column

Userdefinable Column

Practice

Hours 6

Cosmetology History and Opportunities

5

5

Life Skills

7

7

Your Professional Image

6

6

Communicating for Success

7

7

Infection Control/Principles and Practices

10

Shampooing/Rinsing/Conditioning

5

2

3

10

Hairstyling to include pin curl and fingerwaves

20

15

30

65

Manicuring/Pedicuring/Advanced Nail Techniques

10

3

4

17

Kentucky Law

10

10

10

Haircutting

7

20

27

Permanent Waving

5

15

20

Hair Coloring

15

25

40

Artificial Hair

2

Facials/Massage/Packs/Arching/Waxing/Makeup

2

5

7

Chemical Relaxing/Straightening

10

35

45

Sanitation/Safety

2

2

4

Guest Speaker

6

Practical Exam for Clinic SUBTOTAL

2

6 6

6 300

80

75

145

Practice

Clinic 25

Total Hours 25

Shampooing/Rinsing/Conditioning

15

15

Hair and Scalp Treatments

20

20

Manicuring and Pedicuring

20

20

Haircutting

222

222

Hairstyling to include pin curls and fingerwave

230

230

Supervised Clinic Practice Sanitation and Safety


Permanent Waving Chemical Relaxing

200

200

Hair Coloring

140

140

Facials/Arching/Waxing

25

25

Desk and Dispensary

86

86

Communications and Client Relations

27

27

24

24

Guest Speakers State Board Set/Mannikin Assignments

45

45

Final Practical Exam

6

SUBTOTAL

51

1034

Theory and Law 12

Total Hours 12

Facials

22

22

Facial Makeup

22

22

Scientific Subjects Properties of the Hair and Scalp

6

Hair Removal

9

9

Principles of Hair Design

12

12

Braiding and Braid Extensions

17

17

Wigs and Hair Enhancements

11

11

Chemical Texture Services

35

35

Haircutting

35

35

Haircoloring

35

35

Nail Structure and Growth

14

14

Histology of the Skin

12

12

Chemistry and Electricity

16

16

Anatomy and Physiology

14

14

Salon Business

14

14

Seeking Employment

18

18

On the Job

17

17

Kentucky Law

45

45

Demos/Lecture

22.5

22.5

Review and Final Exam

32.5

32.5

SUBTOTAL

415

415

Summary For Cosmetology Scientific Subjects

Hours 440

Kentucky Law

55

Beginners Demonstration

75

Beginners Practice

145

1085


Demonstration/Practice/Clinic

1085

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES AND METHODS The 1800 Hour education is provided through a sequential set of learning steps which address specific tasks necessary for State Board Preparation, graduation, and job entry level skills. Clinic equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the industry. Each student will receive instruction that relates to the performance of useful, creative, and productive career oriented activities. The course is presented by means of lecture, demonstration, and student participation. Audio-visual aids, guest speakers, field trips, and other related learning methods are used in the course.

COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM TESTING AND GRADING PROCEDURES The following tests and grading procedures are incorporated during the student's 1800 hour course. 1. Weekly theory exams: Students must receive a grade of 70% or higher on each weekly theory exam. 2. 300-hour Core practical and written assessment: Students must receive a grade of 70% or higher. 3. Final exam 1 (900-hour written test): This test covers an overview of all related cosmetology subjects (e.g., anatomy, chemistry, etc.). Students must receive a grade of 70% or higher on all final exams. 4. Final exam 2 (1800-hour written test): The written exam covers an overview of all theory instruction, Kentucky state law, and other items covered on the state cosmetology exam. Students must receive a grade of 70% or higher on all final exams. 5. Monthly practical worksheets: Full-time students must complete eleven (11); part-time students must complete twenty-one (21). Grading Scale: A = 90% - 100% B = 80% - 89% C = 70% - 79% Failing = Below 70%

KENTUCKY STATE LAW REQUIREMENTS The Kentucky state law requires that students have 1800 clock hours of training and be graduated from a licensed cosmetology school to qualify for an initial cosmetology license. Following graduation, students are required to take a State Board Practical and Written Examination before receiving their Kentucky Cosmetology License. This license is a protected license, but it must be renewed . The state board gives these exams and there is a charge.

PAUL MITCHELL THE SCHOOL LOUISVILLE'S PERFORMANCE STATISTICS FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2011 Completion Rate: 57.69%

Licensure Rate: 97.37% Placement Rate: 88.51%

COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM PLACEMENT RATE Placement Rate: 88.24%

STUDENT BODY DIVERSITY The below information can be found at http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator and is specific to Paul Mitchell The School Louisville KY's student diversity concerning gender, ethnicity, full or part time students, retention rates, and those students that received Federal Pell Grants.

FIRST-TO-SECOND YEAR RETENTION RATES Retention rates measure the percentage of first-time students who return to the institution to continue their studies the following fall. Retention Rates for First-Time Students

Percentage of Students Who Began Their Studies in Fall 2010 and Returned in Fall 2011

OVERALL GRADUATION RATE AND TRANSFER-OUT RATE The overall graduation rate is also known as the "Student Right to Know" or IPEDS graduation rate. It tracks the progress of students who began their


studies as full-time, first-time degree- or certificate-seeking students to see if they complete a degree or other award such as a certificate within 150% of "normal time" for completing the program in which they are enrolled. Some institutions also report a transfer-out rate, which is the percentage of the full-time, first-time students who transferred to another institution. Note that not all students at the institution are tracked for these rates. Students who have already attended another postsecondary institution, or who began their studies on a part-time basis, are not tracked for this rate. Overall Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates for Students Who Began Their Studies in 2008-09

Percentage of Full-time, First-Time Students Who Graduated or Transferred Out Within 150% of "Normal Time" to Completion for Their Program (*) Not all institutions report transfer-out rates. Overall graduation rate by gender

Percentage of Full-time, First-time Students Who Began Their Studies in 2008-09 and Graduated Within 150% of "Normal Time" to Completion for Their Program Overall graduation rate by race/ethnicity

Percentage of Full-time, First-time Students Who Began Their Studies in 2008-09 and Graduated Within 150% of "Normal Time" to Completion for Their Program

GRADUATION RATES BY TIME TO COMPLETION


Graduation rates can be measured over different lengths of time. "Normal time" is the typical amount of time it takes full-time students to complete their program. For example, the "normal" amount of time for many associate's degree programs is 2 years. Not all students complete within the normal time, so graduation rates are measured by other lengths of time as well, including "150% of normal time" (e.g., 3 years for a 2-year program) and "200% of normal time," or twice as long as the normal time (e.g., 4 years for a 2-year program). Graduation Rates for Students Who Began Their Program in 2007-08 or 2008-09, by Time to Completion

Percentage of Full-time, First-time Students Who Graduated in the Specified Amount of Time

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT FINANCIAL AID, 2010-2011 Full-time Beginning Undergraduate Students Beginning students are those who are entering postsecondary education for the first time. Total amount of aid Type of Aid Number receiving aid Percent receiving aid received Any student financial aid1 143 92% ——

Average amount of aid received ——

Grant or scholarship aid

105

68%

$469,408

$4,471

Federal grants

105

68%

$469,408

$4,471

Pell grants

105

68%

$469,408

$4,471

Other federal grants

0

0%

$0

State/local government grant or scholarships

0

0%

$0

Institutional grants or scholarships

0

0%

$0

Student loan aid

135

87%

$1,231,776

$9,124

Federal student loans

135

87%

$1,231,776

$9,124

$0

Other student loans 0 0% 1 Includes students receiving Federal work study aid and aid from other sources not listed above. All Undergraduate Students

Grant or scholarship aid1

203

54%

$890,526

Average amount of aid received $4,387

Pell grants

203

54%

$890,526

$4,387

Type of Aid

Number receiving aid

Percent receiving aid

Total amount of aid received

Federal student loans 252 67% $2,040,727 $8,098 1 Grant or scholarship aid includes aid received, from the federal government, state or local government, the institution, and other sources known by the institution. For more information on Student Financial Assistance Programs or to apply for financial aid via the web, visit Federal Student Aid. For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at http://www.paulmitchell.edu.


156 North Hurstbourne Parkway, Louisville, Kentucky 40222 Phone: (502) 583-1018 Email: amandar@louisville.paulmitchell.edu

SCHOOL INFORMATION TUITION AND REGISTRATION SCHEDULE Cosmetology Tuition

$15,900.00

Kit,Equipment, Textbook, Supplies (nonrefundable)

$2,500.00

Application Fee(nonrefundable)

$100.00

Includes $15.00 State Permit Fee. Cosmetology Total Costs

$18,500.00

Apprentice Instructor Tuition

$3,500.00

Application Fee (nonrefundable)

$100.00

Kit, Equipment, Textbook, Supplies (nonrefundable)

$2,000.00

Apprentice Instructor Total Costs

$5,600.00

PAYMENT SCHEDULE & FINANCIAL AID Paul Mitchell The School Louisville KY is fully accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences and approved by the United States Department of Education. And, we provide a variety of payment options. Please contact the School Financial Aid office to discuss those options. NOTE: 1. The cost of tuition does not include the Kentucky State Board Examination Fee or License 2. Tuition costs are subject to change. 3. Inquire for information regarding the complete enrollment agreement and refund policy.

FACULTY The prestigious staff of Paul Mitchell The School Louisville KY includes Administration Team: Dale Jones Daymaker & Managing Partner, Dawn Pajo Director, Dan Pajo Operations Leader Megan Decker Admissions Coordinator/ Social Networking Team Leader Admissions Team: Amanda Redden Admissions Leader, Christopher Age Design and Placement Leader Education: Beverly McCauley Core Learning Leader, Jenny Hughes Education Leader, Lanie Hopping Future Professional Advisor, Amanda Bush Learning Leader, Ashley Flora Learning Leader, Donna Porter Learning Leader, Gena Newcom Learning Leader, Loraine Bennett Learning Leader, Mikey'a Martin Learning Leader, Robin Qualls Learning Leader, Thelma B. Martin Learning Leader, Whitney Decker Learning Leader, Doris Warren Learning Leader/ Theory Specialist, Cara Canada Learning Leader/Cutting Specialist, Kelly Miller Learning Leader/Phase Two Learning Leader Financial Aid: Tory Barber Financial Aid Coordinator, Denise Vitt Regional Financial Aid Leader Sales Team: Stacey Barnett Sales Leader, Colleen Hagan Service Desk Leader

CLASS STARTING DATES 2013 Cosmetology DAY SCHOOL: March 12, April 9, May 14, June 18, July 9, August 13, September 10, October 8, November 12, December 10 NIGHT SCHOOL: March 11, June 24, October 7 Apprentice Instructor DAY SCHOOL: Please see the Admissions Office for specific start dates. NIGHT SCHOOL: Please see the Admissions Office for specific start dates.


Day: May 15, July 10, August 14, September 11, October 9, November 13, December 11 Night: June 11, September 17, December 17


156 North Hurstbourne Parkway, Louisville, Kentucky 40222 Phone: (502) 583-1018 Email: amandar@louisville.paulmitchell.edu

BASIC APPLICATION FOR ENROLLMENT AT THE SCHOOL (PLEASE USE BLOCK CAPITALS) General Name: ____________________________________ City/State: ______________________________ Home Telephone: ( ) ___________________ Date of Birth: ___________________________

Street Address: _______________________________ Zip: _______ Email: ___________________________ Daytime Telephone: ( ) _____________________ Citizen: Yes No SSN: ___________________

Education High School: _____________________________ City/State: ___________________________________ College: _________________________________ Years: _____ Degrees: _________________________

Nearest Relation Name: ____________________________________ Relationship: _________________________________ Address: _________________________________ City/State/Zip: _______________________________ Home Telephone: ( ) ___________________ Daytime Telephone: ( ) _____________________

PLEASE CHECK WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING YOU ARE INTERESTED IN: Cosmetology

Apprentice Instructor

Full-time day school Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00am-4:30pm, 35 hours per week Night School Monday through Thursday, 5:00pm-10:00pm, 20 hours per week Transfer student from another cosmetology school --- Number of hours needed: ___________ Information and help with housing

Information and help with financial assistance

How soon are you interested in getting started? _____________________________________________ Who told you that Paul Mitchell The School Louisville KY is a cool place? _________________________________ Do you need cutting scissors for your Left Hand Right Hand List three people who think that you're cool for wanting to become a beauty professional: 1._____________________________ 2._____________________________ 3._____________________________ ENTRANCE ESSAY: On a separate sheet of paper, what is the greatest thing you have accomplished in your life thus far? What is your biggest disappointment? What are your career goals? How do you feel a Paul Mitchell Schools education would benefit your career goals?

TO FINALIZE YOUR ENROLLMENT PROCESS, PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING: Submit the completed application form. Submit a $100.00 non-refundable evaluation fee for admission processing. Submit two (2) head and shoulder pictures of yourself. (For stateboard purposes) Submit a photocopy of your high-school diploma, high-school transcripts, transcripts from a college or university showing you went through at least 2 years of post-secondary education towards a bachelor's degree or G.E.D certificate. 5. Submit a copy of your driver's license or birth certificate. 6. Submit entrance essay. 7. Complete a personal interview with the Admissions and/or Financial Aid Team. 1. 2. 3. 4.

PMKY Louisville, LLC., DBA Paul Mitchell The School Louisville, is an independently owned and operated franchisee of Paul Mitchell Advanced Education, LLC.



paul mitchell