Hands-on experience at Camp TSPA Beauty Camp

Do what you LOVE, LOVE what you do!

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to become a licensed Cosmetologist, Esthetician, or Nail Technician? Camp TSPA will give you a hands-on, quick, 4 day tour of what you will learn here at The Salon Professional Academy, and what the beauty & wellness industry is all about.

         

Experience the salon world and learn how a TSPA education can catapult you into a great career. Camp runs Monday—Thursday from 9am—12pm two times during the summer. $99 includes all the supplies needed at camp plus a T-shirt & mannequin to take home!

Your hands-on time at camp will include:

  • Styling and updo trends
  • Skin care and makeup techniques & tips
  • Manicuring and nail care
  • Q & A with TSPA Alumni

TSPA Student Advisory Council

Student Advisory Council is a key component to the functioning of The Salon Professional Academy, bringing together student leaders and staff.

The philosophy of Student Advisory Council is “SAC is an organization of students who hold the common interest of serving as the driving forces in upholding and increasing school spirit, helping their fellow students voice concerns and ideas, and allowing members a chance to develop and use leadership skills in both the school and community.”

It is the fact that students engage each other in these skill-sets that establish the fundamental groundwork that is SAC.

There are staff members that are involved; however, they take minor roles. One student from each class (January Cosmo, March Cosmo, May Cosmo, July Cosmo, September Cosmo, November Cosmo, Esthetics, Massage Therapy, Nail Tech) is elected by their peers.

The key role of each elected member is to take responsibility for voicing their constituents (fellow students) concerns and ideas, as well as informing them about current endeavors within the school.

Student Advisory Council also teaches various lessons in time management, leadership and efficiency.

As a whole, Student Advisory Council helps all of the school system by bringing concerns and ideas to a neutral party, in order to affect positive change.  It also helps to build leadership skills and shape members into more mature and confident adults.