Cosmetology Students awarded ACE Scholarships totaling $15,000 by Sport Clips Haircuts and American Crew

To help cosmetology students reach their career goals, Sport Clips Haircuts partnered with American Crew to award 15 students Access to Cosmetology Education (ACE) scholarships this year. To be considered for an ACE scholarship, candidates met both academic and video requirements established by Sport Clips and American Crew. Each recipient was presented a $1,000 scholarship to help with educational expenses.

This is the sixth year Georgetown, Texas-based Sports Clips Haircuts, which has more than 1,200 stores across the country, has awarded scholarships to eligible students enrolled at an American Association of Cosmetology Schools (AACS) member school. To date, $40,000 in scholarship money has been awarded to promote quality cosmetology education.

“Our support of cosmetology students spans across the nation,” says Julie Vargas, Sport Clips Haircuts senior director of career opportunities. “We want these stylists to be equipped with the proper training and skills they need to be successful in the haircare industry upon graduation. We value their interest in quality education, and we’re honored to assist them with their career goals.”

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The 2014 scholarship recipients and their schools include:

Jessica McDaniel – Paul Mitchell the School, Spokane, Veradale, WA

Michelle Grimes – The Ohio Academy – Paul Mitchell Partner School, Twinsburg, Ohio

Tatiana Francis – Paul Mitchell the School Jessup, Jessup, MD

Ameca Williams – Georgia Career Institute, Conyers, GA

Deisy Estrada – Eric Fisher Academy, Wichita, KS

Keena Rae Haynes – Gene Juarez Academy, Mount Lake Terrace, WA

Kelsey Bradbury – Toni and Guy Hairdressing Academy, Coeur D’Alene, Idaho

Adrianne Kuss – Empire Beauty School, New York

Gabrielle Schrag – Empire Beauty School, Prescott, AZ

Maria Menjivar – Empire Beauty School, Pottsville, PA

Raven Rainey-Pleskonjic – The Hair Design School, Bloomfield, NJ

Soraia Jaber – Hair Professionals Career College, Palos Hills, IL

Charra Williams – Empire Beauty School, West Miftlin, PA

Ashley Englehardt – The Salon Professional Academy, Farga, ND

Angela Robertson – The Hair Design School, Bloomfield, NJ

About Sports Clips and ACE: Sport Clips is the nation’s leading men’s and boys’ haircare franchise. Fully equipped for the sports enthusiast, Sport Clips surrounds its clients with televisions tuned to sports and sports-themed decor. Stylists enjoy a hassle-free, fun work environment, with a guaranteed base pay plus service and retail commission and tips. Sport Clips also supports the growth of its team members through continuing education, exciting contests, and award recognition. To learn more, visit www.sportclipsjobs.com. For more information on the ACE Scholarship program visit: www.screports.com/scholarship or www.facebook.com/SportClipsJobs and click on “scholarships”.

Photo 1 Kelsey Bradbury, Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy, Coeur D' Alene, ID
Photo 2 Keena Rae Haynes, Gene Juarez Academy, Mountain Lake Terrace, WA

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