SCC Cosmetology Makes the Grade

Getting an A in class is quite the achievement. Getting an A for an entire department whose goal it is to help that student get an A in class is just as important. Sampson Community College’s Cosmetology once again made that grade after an inspection by the North Carolina State Board of Cosmetic Arts. “I…

Popular Service Expands at SCC

[Clinton, N.C.] – Sampson Community College’s Cosmetology students are once again offering their services to the public. This has become quite a popular program in the community, not only among faculty and staff but for the public as well. “Our set up here is really a win-win for everybody,” says Loreta Jones, Cosmetology Department Chair…

SCC Debuts Long Anticipated Program

[Clinton, N.C.] – Due to the commitment of Sampson Community College providing affordable education and workforce training, the Workforce Development and Continuing Education Division is introducing its newest program – Natural Hair Care. With a commitment to meet public demands, the program will start in the fall semester. The program design creates opportunities for individuals…

Dedicated Client Demonstrates Quality at SCC

[Clinton, N.C.] – This week is Client Appreciation Week at the Cosmetology department on the campus of Sampson Community College. The department certainly has not run short of clients. Coupons for free manicures were given out to those who used their services this week. Sadie Warren might not have been first in line for the…

Learning With a Twist

[Clinton, N.C.] – Amber Clark is ahead of the curve when it comes to trying her technique in the cosmetology department at Sampson Community College. Clark worked on a two-strand twist this week, a style created by taking a section of hair, splitting it in two and wrapping each section around the other, until the…

SCC Cosmetology Student Blazing a Trail

[Clinton, N.C.] – Jon Daugtry is not your traditional student. Literally. He is considered to be what is referred to as a “non-traditional” student at Sampson Community College. The term “non-traditional” usually refers to programs or jobs that have been traditionally filled by one gender. The US Department of Labor defines non-traditional occupations as occupations for which individuals from one gender…