San Jacinto Community college (Cosmetology)
University of the Rockies (Master's)
University of the Rockies (Master's)
I have been in the Cosmetology profession for about 17 years and this is my destiny. If I did not need the money to pay for my living expenses (including children) I would teach for free. My goal in my teaching career is to teach to make a better and well-rounded individual then just to teach for the monetary value of teaching. I am currently teaching at an accredited Community College and love what I am doing. I also take a group of students each month to the Texas Children’s Hospital to perform volunteer services in their beauty salon to teach them that giving back to the children is self-rewarding and thus makes them a better Hair-stylist. They practice on the parents as well as on the children in a salon environment with me supervising their techniques. The Hospital creates miracles and my students learn to give hope for the children by giving each one a new haircut and a small teddy bear, “a Hope Bear” we call it.
I have tutored many students after class and online using videos and SKYPE. I also have a “Master’s in Psychology “specializing in personality analysis and behaviors therapy. There are many ways of teaching and if one technique does not work for one I will use a different technique. I have been working in salons and teaching for years. The last 8 years I have been teaching a class that prepares students to pass a three hour practical test that will enhance their ability to pass the Texas State Board Exam. I currently have a 100% passing rate at state board. Tutoring gives me a way to reach out to individuals that need help with the Cosmetology classes on a one on one basis and prepare them to be less afraid to sign up and take the Texas State Board Exam. I have helped my students go online and register for the test and show them how to dress and what is expected at the State Board to the best of my knowledge.
I have been teaching Cosmetology services for 17 years and I have worked in a salon part-time throughout that time. I have taught from the … Orientation of Cosmetology … to the more advance classes including … Advance Hair Design … and … Preparation for State Board …. I presently work at San Jacinto North Community College in the Houston area and have a state board passing rate of 100%. I have a State of Texas Cosmetology Operator’s License and a State of Texas Cosmetology Instructor’s License. I can read and write in Spanish and converse in a better than average dialogue with Spanish speaking individuals.
I believe it is not how qualified you see yourself but how qualified my students and other instructors describe you. I highly encourage anyone to contact me through email if they have any questions about my lessons in Cosmetology. I have also taught students with learning disabilities, hearing impairment, and online classes using … SKYPE … and videos. I have been in the Cosmetology profession for about 17 years and this is my destiny. If I did not need the money to pay for my living expenses (including children) I would teach for free. My goal in my teaching career is to teach to make a better and well-rounded individual then just to teach for the monetary value of teaching. I am currently
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