HydraFacial Announces Connect Scholarship Program for BIPOC Aestheticians

Posted By American Med Spa Association, Thursday, July 22, 2021

HydraFacial aims to jumpstart the beauty health careers of black, indigenous or people of color (BIPOC) aestheticians by awarding one HydraFacial Connect Certification scholarship every month between July 2021 – July 2022.

The HydraFacial Connect Certification is a first-of-its-kind continuing education program based on skills development. It takes all the foundational components of being a skin health pro and layers in skills you don’t learn in aesthetic school, such as business building, marketing, cross-selling, social media, networking, mentoring and leadership.

It is a three-level program, and with each level, content grows increasingly more complex as participants will be challenged to demonstrate their new knowledge and skills with video assessments and other homework assignments while receiving personalized coaching from HydraFacial training and education managers.

The program is primarily online and self-paced, but once students reach Expert Level 2, HydraFacial asks them to participate in HFX, HydraFacial’s two-day live flagship training. Attendance at this live event brings it all together for the aesthetician and includes live hands-on training. Upon graduating, participants earn the distinction of being HydraFacial Connect Master Certified.

Interested aestheticians must submit their completed application, video, recommendation from an employer or aesthetic instructor, photo ID, and copy of their aesthetic license at HydraFacial’s website here.

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