Bella Capelli Future Professionals Receive Scholarships

Posted By Paul Mitchell Schools
Mon Oct 01 2007 at 5:51 PM, Last Edit: Mon Oct 14 2013

Two Future Professionals from the Bella Capelli Academy – A Paul Mitchell Partner School in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, received scholarships from the D. Michael Salon, a Paul Mitchell Focus Salon in North Huntington, Pennsylvania. Future Professionals from the school were invited to submit essays, and two winners were chosen.

John Gorring and Sara Mesko each received $500 and various professional hair care tools. Upon graduation, they will each receive a pair of Hakari shears.

"It was a very nice feeling seeing how happy we made these two kids," said salon owner Paula Michael. "I hope it shows them that they really have entered into the most wonderful profession. I have told a few other local salon owners how easy it was. I hope we can get the ball rolling and many other salons across the country will start doing this. It is just another way to support the schools and give back."

Posted: Mon Oct 01 2007 at 5:51 PM, Last Edited: Mon Oct 14 2013

Bella Capelli Future Professionals Receive Scholarships

Posted By Paul Mitchell Schools
Mon Oct 01 2007 at 5:51 PM, Last Edit: Mon Oct 14 2013

Two Future Professionals from the Bella Capelli Academy – A Paul Mitchell Partner School in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, received scholarships from the D. Michael Salon, a Paul Mitchell Focus Salon in North Huntington, Pennsylvania. Future Professionals from the school were invited to submit essays, and two winners were chosen.

John Gorring and Sara Mesko each received $500 and various professional hair care tools. Upon graduation, they will each receive a pair of Hakari shears.

"It was a very nice feeling seeing how happy we made these two kids," said salon owner Paula Michael. "I hope it shows them that they really have entered into the most wonderful profession. I have told a few other local salon owners how easy it was. I hope we can get the ball rolling and many other salons across the country will start doing this. It is just another way to support the schools and give back."

Posted: Mon Oct 01 2007 at 5:51 PM, Last Edited: Mon Oct 14 2013