Cosmetology & Beauty School in Sacramento – Paul Mitchell the School
916.339.1888
5231 Madison Avenue Sacramento, CALIFORNIA 95841

Cosmetology Program Career Opportunities and Testimonials

Paul Mitchell the School Sacramento at MTI College

Success is a Beautiful Thing

Year after year, over 90% of MTI College graduates secure employment in their fields of study. Our Graduate Placement Program employs full-time placement officers to help you start the career you deserve. You’ll receive a plethora of job searching assistance, as well as tools and resources designed to find the best cosmetologist job possible.

Ongoing Career Services

Our dedication to your employment search doesn’t end after you graduate, or even after you get a job. Graduates in good standing with Paul Mitchell The School are eligible for continued placement assistance throughout their career and are welcome to attend MTI-hosted career fairs, brush up their resume writing skills, and polish their presentation in mock interviews. Whatever stage of your career you’re in, MTI College will be there to help.

Cosmetology Program Career Opportunities and Testimonials

Students of the Paul Mitchell the School program at MTI College receive the best cosmetology training from top industry professionals. While at our Sacramento campus, you will learn the skills and practical applications of a wide variety of beauty practices including those for hair and makeup. After completion of the program and passing of your state certification exam, we have designated staff to help you find your first job in a beauty salon.

Paul Mitchell the School at MTI College Student Testimonials

Our graduates complete the program with in-depth training and know-how of salon best practices along with the confidence in their skills to perform them on actual clientele. Read testimonials from our graduates below to discover how their cosmetology training has helped them in their professional career.

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How did you get your first job after graduation? I created a video, “Life as a Daymaker,” which was about my mentor David Wagner. He later saw my video asked me to put it on YouTube where he could share it and he offered me a job in his salon. My advice to Future Professionals is.. Take everything you can from your Learning Leaders at school because once you graduate you don’t have them anymore. Take appointments you are not normally comfortable with so you can learn and get help while you are there.
(Self-Employed at Allure Innovation Salon as a Hair Stylist)

Tonya Garcia, Cosmetology
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What I loved most about Paul Mitchell School was… Culture and advanced education was emphatic. My advice to Future Professionals is… Take school seriously. The amount of other students and potential stylists is vast and unyielding. Employability comes from work ethic and networking in addition to fine education, yet fine education can be defined by the learners ability to adapt to the teacher.
(Employed by Hattori Hanzo Shears as a Lead Stylist and Barber)

Justin Thomas, Cosmetology
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“Knowledge is everything. Always keep an open mind! Never take anything personal in this business. Always smile! After I graduated I found a salon in the Bay Area were I started assisting and learning as much as I could for 6 months. After 6 months I then started on the floor as a main stylist for another six months. Then one day my department head now called me and asked if I was available for an interview to become part of her team for the new network FOX SPORTS 1. My first job was working with Erin Andrews for Fox college football. Erin and I were a great fit which led me to working with her for other events such as Super Bowl XLVIII, photo shoots, commercials, and FOX events.”
(Employed by FOX SPORTS as a Hair Stylist)

Dominique Diaz, Cosmetology

Cosmetology Career Field

Cosmetologists; including barbers, hairdressers, nail technicians etc, most often work in a salon or barbershop. However, some licensed cosmetologists work straight out of their homes with clientele coming directly to them.

The field involves lots of specialization with specialists working on different body parts such as the nails, hair, and skin. However, it is important to remember that cosmetologists with beauty training under their belt usually receive training on the day-to-day operations of a salon or barbershop meaning they have qualifications to manage businesses. Just a few of the most common job titles available to cosmetologists includes hairstylists, nail technicians, salon managers, spa managers, and salon assistants.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the beauty to field to grow at, or even faster than the national average for occupations making it an excellent field to go into for solid jobs with growth potential.

Paul Mitchell the School Cosmetology Program at MTI College

Turn your passion for cosmetology into a valuable and rewarding career and enroll in MTI’s Paul Mitchell the School training program today. We will teach you all of the necessary skills to thrive in a salon environment and have staff designed to help you find a job after graduation and passing of your state licensing exam. Speak to an MTI College admissions advisor today!