School of Beauty & Wellness
To meet the growing demand for skincare, dermatologists’ offices, spas, luxury hotels and similar establishments need professionally trained and licensed estheticians who possess an understanding of scientific theory and practical application.
Genesis’ esthetician school—in Nashville and Cookeville, Tennessee—offers esthetics training in facials and full-body treatments, mask applications, microdermabrasion and other cleansing techniques to prepare students for one of these rewarding careers.
The esthetician programs in Nashville and Cookeville begin every month and include comprehensive coursework in:
Click here for more details about the esthetician program curriculum. To learn more about Genesis’ esthetician school, including information on tuition, financial aid, and program requirements in Cookeville or Nashville, call (800) 639-7284 today.
An Esthetician license creates career opportunities in a variety of settings:
As you look into your new career as an Esthetician, also known as a Skin Care Specialist, be sure to research some of the real-life details of your new trade such as job outlook, self-employment opportunities, earning potential and details of your new work environment. We recommend to you the resources of the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Department of Labor’s O-Net, where all this information can be found and more.
In addition, see our guide that covers how to get your esthetician license — it provides useful tips for taking that last crucial step toward your new career.
Still have questions? Contact us and set a time to visit your future campus today so that we can show you all that this exciting industry has to offer and how the faculty and staff of Genesis Career College will be committed to your success from your first day of class and for the lifetime of your career.
At Genesis Career College, we offer financial aid to those that qualify. These programs can help you afford college through any combination of grants and student loans. We are a participant in the Title IV Federal Student Financial Aid program. The Financial Planner at each individual campus will assist you in completing your free application for Federal Student Aid.