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As a parent, you're constantly seeking opportunities to invest in your teen's future, helping them pave the way for success and fulfillment. We are thrilled to introduce you to our program that ignites creativity and lays a solid foundation for a rewarding career: our Afterschool Nail Technology Program. In today's ever-evolving job market, there are routes to success other than traditional career paths. The beauty industry, particularly nail technology, offers many opportunities for those with passion, skill, and a keen eye for detail.


By enrolling your teen in our afterschool program, you're not just providing them with a hobby but opening doors to a lucrative career pathway.

Here's why our Nail Technology Program is the perfect choice for your teen:
1) Professional Training: Our program is designed by industry experts who understand nail artistry's latest trends, techniques, and technologies. Your teen will receive hands-on training from certified instructors, equipping them with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in the field.

2) Career Readiness: Upon completing 350 Hrs. Your teen will be eligible to pursue licensing when they turn 18. This sets them apart in the job market and opens doors to employment opportunities in salons, spas, and even entrepreneurship ventures.

3) Creativity and Self-Expression: Nail artistry is a creative expression form allowing individuals to showcase their unique style and personality. Your teen can explore creativity, experiment with designs, and develop signature techniques.

4) Financial Independence: By investing in their education now, you're empowering your teen to become financially independent. The beauty industry is booming, with ample opportunities for skilled professionals to thrive and earn a comfortable living.

5) Life Skills Development: Beyond technical expertise, our program also focuses on essential life skills such as communication, professionalism, and customer service. These skills are invaluable, regardless of your teen's career path.

6) Community and Support: At our afterschool program, your teen will become part of a supportive community of like-minded individuals who share their passion for beauty and creativity. They'll be able to network, collaborate, and build lasting friendships with peers who share their interests. Investing in your teen's future today can lead to a lifetime of success and fulfillment tomorrow.

Take advantage of this opportunity to give your teen a head start on their journey to a rewarding career in nail technology. To learn more about our Nail Technology Program and how to enroll your teen, please don't hesitate to contact us. Let's unlock your teen's potential and pave the way for their bright and prosperous future together.

The Afterschool Nail Technology program is designed to be a career pathway for your teen to become a state-licensed nail technician when they turn 18.

Invest in your teen so they can explore a skill that will earn them money. We will help them find their passion through the Nail Industry. Class is in session weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:30-5:30 PM. They will earn 6 Clocked Hrs per week toward the 350 hrs required for their state license.


  • Basic Training (50 Hours)

    • History of skin, personal hygiene and public health, professional ethics, sterilization and disinfection, bacteriology, disorders of the nails, OSHA standards relating to material safety data sheets (MSDA) on chemicals, chemicals and their use, and technical applications of chemicals.​

  • Practices and Procedures (255 Hours)

    • Fabric procedures, sculpting procedures, light cured gels, machines or apparatus used in nail technology, manicures, pedicures, hand, arm and foot massage, other procedures as they relate to nail technology and product knowledge as it relates to nail technology.​

  • Related Concepts (15 Hours)​

    • metabolism and body systems, theory of massage, and people skills​

  • Business Practices (30 Hours)​

    • Illinois Barber, Cosmetology, Esthetics, and Nail Technology Act and Rules, management, OSHA standards relating to chemical use, and Worker’s Compensation Act​

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