About the Class
Students in 12th grade may enroll directly into Everett Community College's Cosmetology program. The class is scheduled 12:00-4:00 PM daily during the school year so that students may also attend their high school to complete graduation requirements.
Sno-Isle Tech subsidizes a portion ($500 per quarter) of the college tuition for students earning a passing grade, however students are required to purchase their own Cosmetology kit and IPad (see cost list for details), as well as provide their own transportation to the Marysville Campus of EvCC, where the Cosmetology school is located.
Students who complete Cosmetology 1 at Sno-Isle TECH campus and continue on to the Cosmetology 12th grade class at EvCC have the opportunity to transfer their hours and save approximately $2500 in tuition, as well as reduce the amount of time to complete the program.
Meet the Instructor
Thank you for your interest in Everett Community College Cosmetology Program and congratulations on making an amazing career choice. The beauty industry has been very good to me and I would love to share my positive energy, passion, and salon experiences with you. My name is Tina Evans, I am the Instructor of the Sno-Isle Tech Cosmetology - 12th Grade Program at Everett Community College.
My 22 years of teaching experience has been at the community college level. I have had the privilege of teaching and learning from over 1,400 future stylists. My expertise in teaching includes: Salon Management Skills, Theory, Basic Training, Advanced Lab, and the Licensing Preparation classes. I am knowledgeable when using several product lines including: Paul Mitchell, Keune, Matrix, Kera Care,Framesi, Joico, Wella, OPI, Depileve and Pharmagel. I have had advanced training on working with excessively curly hair, hair extensions, blow-dry styling, haircutting and creative coloring techniques. I believe in life long learning; attending hair shows and other industry skill certification classes regularly. My professional development also includes participating in workshops and conferences to enhance my teaching skills.
It was an honor for me to be the recipient fo the 2009 Washington Association of Occupational Educator Award and I am very proud to serve as a mentor with the licensed professionals' instructor training program. Through my teaching, professional associations and volunteer work with many community outreach events, I am a recognized professional leader in the cosmetology industry. It would be my honor to have you in the EvCC Cosmetology Program.
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