Transition In Style: From School To Salon

Winn Claybaugh

On August 26, PBA (Professional Beauty Association) and Paul Mitchell Schools will host a live Webinar Transition In Style: From School To Salonat 12pm EDT. Industry experts, Winn Claybaugh, co-founder of Paul Mitchell’s school division, Steve Gomez, Professional Development Manager and National Trainer for Milady, and Damien Carney, Joico hair care International Artistic Director, will help beauty students transition with style from school to salon.

Steve Gomez

"'Transition in Style' is going to be so fun for our audience! PBA is honored to bring such influential industry professionals together to speak directly to future professionals. Our esteemed panelists are educators first and extremely accomplished professionals second. They understand students AND the industry and they are ready to take audience questions to ensure an interactive and exciting webinar," said Kelley McCarthy, Professional Beauty Association manager of Education & Training.

Damien Carney

This free online seminar will give attendees the opportunity to interact with the experts and pose questions. During the webinar, students will be learn how-to get recognized in school and translate that into a future opportunities; find their passion and avoid burnout; create a résumé and portfolio that stands above the rest; prepare for interviews with proven results, identify their salons' work environment and job descriptions that are made for them and ensure their first job is the beginning of an exciting and fulfilling career. For more information on how to register, go to probeauty.org/eduonline  

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