Beaufort County Community College is bringing back the Manicuring Technology Program to campus in the fall of 2019.
The program is one semester long. It gives not only students but anyone in the community a chance to learn the basics for both manicuring and pedicuring.
Instructors for the program say this could have a big economic impact on the beauty industry in Beaufort County.
“It’s a good way to bring in extra revenue for the salon and a good way for someone to quickly get licensed and make some extra money,” said Kim Moulden, lead instructor of cosmetology at BCCC.
Supplies and tuition for the program will cost around $1,000.
Students will gain their certification and sit for the state board exam at the end of the semester.
Students will also get hands-on experience during labs. which also act as a salon for the public.
Registration for course starts on Mar. 18th.