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Join the exciting beauty industry as a licensed cosmetologist. The Empire Beauty School in Grand Rapids, MI offers a rare combination of advantages to advance your career. The Grand Rapids location offers you a cosmetology education with all the support to start your training.
Empire Beauty Schools are accredited which holds us to a higher standard of quality.
Empire’s fun and interactive classes are conducted by trained and licensed beauty educators. Our Grand Rapids school has a student salon where you will work on real clients while you learn to build your own book of business.
If you want a career with unlimited potential for creativity, flexibility, and making others feel more beautiful the world of beauty is the perfect place for you.
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The Empire Beauty School of Grand Rapids, MI, can be found at the intersection of Lake Michigan Drive and Kinney Avenue NW, about 5 miles from the 196 Expressway.
Walker Empire Beauty School has been educating and training future beauty professionals since 2000 at this state-of-the-art school. Parking is available for commuting students, as is public transportation from the Rapid Bus Line. Students have access to convenient shopping and local restaurants such as Meijer, Wendy's, McDonalds, Arby's, and Applebees. Area day care centers include Bear Hugs, Walker Child Care and Children's Garden Child Care, which offer child care services for working parents.
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 Grand Rapids Walker, MI beauty school. For more information on these programs, please visit our Consumer Information section.
In the Cosmetology program at the Empire Beauty School in Grand Rapids, MI : The program includes several areas of focus including hair design, hair cutting, color, texture, basic skin care, and more.
In the Cosmetology Educator program at the Empire Beauty School in Grand Rapids, MI : The cosmetology educator program focuses on educational techniques, instructional techniques, lesson plan development, team building and more.
Our cosmetology school in Grand Rapids Walker, MI has regular events for the students. Check out some videos of cosmetology students and staff at the Grand Rapids Walker Empire Beauty School.
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Grand Rapids Empire Beauty School students have the opportunity to participate in local events benefiting the community as well as contributing to real-world training. Some of these events include day of beauty services for local patrons, fundraising benefits and more. Proceeds from Empire's National Day of Beauty event benefits raising awareness about domestic abuse.
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"I grew up in Detroit, but didn't want to work in factories or go to college. I used to draw hairstyles onto characters in comic books, and one day tried to sell them at a salon. The salon owner did me the biggest favor of my life and told me I was a hairdresser and just didn't know it yet. I've never looked back, after appearing as a platform artist and working in hairstyling for advertising and magazines. It's a great, fun career."