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BCL/CND Nail Scholarships: Apply by September 15

by Holly Schippers | August 28, 2018

Are you familiar with Beauty Changes Lives? Please feel free to click and check it out. It’s an organization dealing in scholarships within the beauty industry.

Relevant to current nail professionals is the scholarship currently up for grabs via BCL and CND. The winners will receive up to $1,000 toward tuition, open stock product, and/or travel (where applicable) for advanced nail education through an authorized CND distributor. There are 15 of these scholarships available to licensed nail professionals in the United States. Applications are being accepted until September 15, 2018 via beautychangeslives.org/cnd-advanced.

I had several scholarship winners in class over the past year and it was wonderful that they had the opportunity to use the scholarship towards the classes as well as travel expenses to get to them. This is a wonderful chance for those already working in the industry or coming back from a hiatus to polish up on some skills and raise their prices!

If you know of any other industry scholarships, I would love to share them. Please email me the details at holly@nailsmag.com.

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