Tricoci University: The Envy of the Industry
As Mario says, "it's not about just getting a job, we help you start a career." Making sure that first job after graduating is the right one for you will help get you on the right career path.
The variety of careers available to beauty school graduates is vast and exciting. Tricoci University grads have taken full advantage of this variety, including the following: hair stylist, colorist, platform artist, make-up artist, salon manager, product line sales representative, teacher, salon owner, personal beauty consultant, performing arts (TV/film/theatre) stylist or make-up artist, work with a funeral director, esthetician, waxing specialist, medi-spa therapist, spa director, spa owner, body treatment specialist, dermatologist office, nail technician, pedicurist, work with a podiatrist, and nail salon owner.
As you move through the program and begin to consider life after graduation, TUBC will help you prepare for your successful career. This includes development of resumes and cover letters, interviewing skills and career planning strategies and tactics.
TUBC's placement rates, or the percentage of graduates that are working in the industry, have always been the envy of the industry. These rates are well above standards set by beauty school accrediting agencies.
Through our Salon Corps Program and Mario Tricoci's long and successful career in the beauty industry, Tricoci University maintains strong relationships with a wide variety of salons, spas and medi-spas in the local market and beyond. These employers often tell us that we create the most "salon-ready" graduates of any school, and actively recruit our students.
We facilitate this recruitment through regular salon/spa visits to our campuses and by maintaining an active job posting board at each campus.