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Genesis Career College
Step Towards a New Career
Expert instruction and hands-on training to give you the skills you need to succeed.
The difference between a job and a career? It’s education – and training. That’s the difference Genesis Career College makes for students. Our family-owned, fully accredited career college has campuses in Tennessee, and Georgia.
Genesis students complete the academic coursework and get the training they need – in a year or less – to qualify for in-demand careers in healthcare, wellness and beauty, and secure the licensing and professional certifications that make you attractive to potential employers. Learn More about how Genesis Career College helps prepare you for your new career, in and out of the classroom.
Health & Medicine
Accredited academic programs in the Genesis Career College School of Health & Medicine include Dental Assistant and Medical Assistant.
Beauty & Wellness
Accredited academic programs in the Genesis Career College School of Beauty & Wellness include Cosmetology, Esthetician, Massage Therapy, Nail Technology, Master Barber and Instructor Training.
Why Choose a Career College
Career colleges focus on the essential training needed to prepare students for a specific career path. Unlike general education, a career college provides fast-tracked, career-specific curriculum to provide students with all of the tools they need for success.
Find Your New Path at Genesis Career College
Five Campuses, Eight Programs
Genesis has nine accredited academic programs that prepare students for careers in Health & Medicine and Beauty & Wellness. At Genesis Career College, our mission is to attract qualified students, instruct them with quality education and training and prepare them for career occupations in their respective fields. Our goal is to prepare you in a year or less – to be qualified in your field and enhance your learning experience through hands-on training, real-world experience and externships.
At Genesis, you no longer have to choose between pursuing your passion and finding a job. Our programs offer students the classroom academics and hands-on training they need to pursue the following careers:
Dental offices are always in need of dental assistants with extensive training and real-world experience to assist with management and operation. The Genesis dental assistant program’s curriculum prepares its students for this vital role through career-specific skills training. During your dental assistant training at Genesis you will learn the important skills needed for your career such as: providing supportive oral health care, educating patients on proper oral hygiene, performing laboratory procedures and assisting in the management of a dental office.
Genesis’ cosmetology school offers programs in Nashville, Lebanon, and Cookeville, Tennessee as well as Dalton, Georgia. Our cosmetology program prepares students to pursue careers in salons, spas and other businesses in the beauty and wellness industry. The program offers 50 weeks of hands-on classroom instruction, in which students will learn techniques such as: Haircutting and styling, color and texture, permanent waving, manicures and pedicures, style trends and makeup application. Our graduates develop all the tools they need to join salons, start their own business or pursue any other career opportunities that the cosmetology field has to offer.
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Genesis Career College, Lebanon Tennessee, Dalton Georgia, Morrow Georgia Campuses are applying for reaffirmation of accreditation with the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education. Persons wishing to make comments should write to: Executive Director, Commission of the Council on Occupational Education on, 7840 Roswell Road, Bldg. 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350, or submit their comments via the Council web site (www.council.org). Persons making comments must provide their names and mailing addresses.