Framingham Boston School
- Empire Beauty School
- 624 Worcester Rd
- Framingham, MA 01702
About the Framingham Boston Beauty School
Located on the East bound side of Route 9 across from Walgreens and the Whole Foods Market intersection, and about 4 miles south of the Massachusetts Turnpike/I-90, is the Framingham, Massachusetts, Empire Beauty School.
Framingham Empire Beauty School has been training future beauty professionals for over 10 years in this modern facility. Parking is available as well as access to public transportation for students from the Metrowest Regional Transit Authority and MBTA services. Several local restaurants, grocery stores and shopping are nearby such as Papa Ginos, Olive Garden, Ruby Tuesdays, Super Stop n Shop, and more.
Empire Beauty School's cosmetology education programs include technical training, as well as learning the business side of the industry. Students develop fundamental and advanced skills throughout their training. Listed below are the programs that are offered at the Framingham Boston, MA beauty school. For more information on these programs, please visit our Consumer Information section.
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Our cosmetology school in Framingham Boston, MA has regular events for the students. Check out some videos of cosmetology students and staff at the Framingham Boston Empire Beauty School.
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Framingham Empire Beauty School students participate in community events which support their hands-on training such as performing a day of beauty services for local patrons. The proceeds benefit raising awareness about domestic abuse. The students also have the opportunity to participate in local and national competitions, as well as their own beauty shows to highlight their skills and talents. Empire's Future Professionals Expo offers students exposure to the beauty industry, experience one on one mentor workshops with beauty professionals and have the opportunity to interview with salon leaders.
"I started out as a graphic designer and account manager for a print company, but decided that was not for me. I then put myself through Empire Beauty School and now i can happily say i take pride in making people look amazing!"