This post is sponsored by Brillare Hair Academy.
It’s the internal struggle every mom, every household faces: to work outside of the home or not. Many women would love to contribute to their family’s income, but don’t want to take on a full-time career and miss out on the little things as their children grow up.
Melanie Scofield, a mother of four, shares why she’s pursuing a flexible career that you may not have considered before: Hair stylist.
“I looked a lots of different things, including the medical field, but with cosmetology school, I’ll be able to get through school and begin to help support my family in less than two years,” said Melanie. “I’ve always wanted to help people, and I already see that giving clients confidence when they look in the mirror can help them feel emotionally better – whether I’m doing their hair or just listening while they are in the chair.”
“I’m excited about becoming a hairstylist because it’s upbeat and will allow me to work around my children’s schedules,” continued Melanie.
Melanie is a senior student at Brillare Hairdressing Academy, located in the Scottsdale Quarter. This December Brillare is launched a new midday program with classes from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday – an ideal schedule for moms who need to get the kids off to school and be there when they get out of school.
Brillare Academy also offers a day program from 8-3:30 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday and night program from 5:30-10 p.m. Monday – Friday. To find out more about this new education opportunity, call 480.994.4222 or visit www.brillareacademy.com.