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TONI&GUY Announce Scholarship Opportunities

Erin Edwards | August 7, 2011 | 7:30 PM

TONI&GUY are now accepting applications for their annual Guy Mascolo Scholarship. Thirteen students will be awarded full tuition valued up to $15,920 and begin their studies this fall.

The Guy Mascolo Scholarship was created in loving memory of co-founder of TONI&GUY, Guy Mascolo, who passed away in 2009.

TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academies offer a renowned education in cosmetology that not only prepares students for their cosmetology state boards, but equips them with the skills to be salon ready. Students receive training in TONI&GUY’s exclusive repertoire of classic cuts and chemical techniques in addition to state board preparation. All students are taught by industry leaders, learn in a modern facility that functions like a high end salon and receive professional quality tools to begin a successful career. They also receive a lifetime discount on all future advanced education with TONI&GUY helping them to stay up on the latest trends and techniques.

Each of the following schools will award a Guy Mascolo Scholarship: Scottsdale (Arizona), Costa Mesa (California), Santa Monica (California), Colorado Springs (Colorado), Atlanta (Georgia), Boise (Idaho), Coeur d’ Alene (Idaho), Dallas (Texas), Keller (Texas), Albuquerque (New Mexico), Bellingham (Washington) and Seattle (Washington).

Applicants can download an application from Applications must be post marked August 31, 2011.

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