Veterans Can Become Barbers!
We Appreciate Those Who Have Served!
American College of Barbering accepts the GI Bill as a method of tuition payment.
An Artistic Outlet
Many people find this career both highly rewarding and relaxing because of the artistic elements within it. Creating hair colors, designs, cuts, and styles can give you the chance to create things you’ve never thought of before, a chance to do something completely new.
A Modern Discipline
If you’re looking for a job that marries skill and discipline, consider becoming a barber or cosmetologist. These careers require a strong attention to detail and a steady hand.
A Flexible Schedule
Being a barber or hairstylist can give you more scheduling options as compared to other jobs. Many people in these professions are self employed, which means they have more control over their working hours. This also means they can potentially have more control over their income as well because they can choose which services to offer.
Be Your Own Boss
Like we mentioned above, many barbers and stylists are self employed. You don’t have to work under someone else. You can run your own salon or shop, rent a booth, or even freelance. Be your own boss!
We know veterans have a passion for helping those around them. These careers can offer a sense of pride and fulfillment from helping others feel great about themselves. There’s nothing quite like watching a client walk out the door with a change in self confidence. Change someone’s life: become a barber or cosmetologist!
An Education Close to Home
If you’ve worked or are working on Hill Air Force Base, you should know that American College of Barbering is just a few miles away! Your barbering or cosmetology education is closer than you think!
Ready to Get Started?
We’re ready to help you! For more information on enrolling at American College of Barbering, contact us at 502-693-9115. For more information about financial aid*, please click here.
*Financial aid is available to those who qualify.