Capri College Career Day


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Press release submitted by Capri College


Explore Beauty and Wellness in the Jungle

Davenport, IA-On Tuesday, November 13 from 1-3 p.m., Capri College will celebrate the beauty and wellness industry with a Jungle theme.
Capri College invites anyone interested in the beauty and wellness industry to receive free mini-services including; polish changes, nail art, up-do's, make-up applications, chair massages and hair stencil applications.
"Our Capri family is so excited about the Jungle theme this year! We look forward to having our students and staff portraying avant-garde make-up and hair styles to go with our jungle environment," says Alexandra Doerfer, Admissions Director at Capri College.
Capri College hopes to answer any questions about the beauty and wellness industry as well as allow individuals to relax and become acquainted with the family atmosphere.
Participants will have the opportunity to watch demonstrations and possibly volunteer to be a model.
A live DJ, refreshments and raffle giveaways will add to the energetic event.High school students are encouraged to use Career Day as a college visit.Space is limited! Call to reserve your spot, 388-6642!
Capri College Mission Statement: "Capri College is dedicated to providing the highest quality education possible. We enroll, educate and graduate individuals in an ethical and respectful manner, ready to excel in the field of their choice."

Cedar Rapids 2945 Williams Pkwy. SW 319-364-1541
Davenport 2540 E. 53rd St. 563-388-6642
Dubuque 395 Main St. 563-588-2379

For more information call 563-388-6642 or visit capricollege.edu.



















 



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