Techniques Salon and Spa is OPEN again!! Click here to check out our new hours!
Our current class in the salon is available to perform haircuts, scalp treatments, color services and perms. Please call 920-929-2106 for an appointment.
And, remember, as the saying goes, “Life’s too short to have boring hair!”
Here’s a look at our first day back on the floor, with students already doing fun colors and cuts!
It is known that the best way to learn is by doing. This is how the Moraine Park nursing program teaches their nursing students every day in the simulation center located on the West Bend campus.
It was another exciting week in Techniques Salon and Spa and the classroom! Many colors, cuts and styles were done along with manicure and pedicures! Check out some photos of our students in action below:
Fond du Lac Student Senate recently sponsored a “Build-your-own Dream Catcher” event to celebrate Native American Heritage Month, which is November. Lisa from the agency, Everything but the Mime, educated students on how to create their own dream catcher.
International Education Week is November 14th – 18th!
Celebrate by learning more about international ed, the study abroad opportunities available, and participating in some fun activities. I will be at all three campuses over the next couple weeks to raise International Ed awareness and celebrate.
Moraine Park’s Beaver Dam campus just wrapped up its 2016 “Christmas in a Shoebox” drive. The drive’s goal was to gather and send 50 boxes of donations to troops overseas this holiday season. Its was organized by the Beaver Dam Student Senate, and roughly 100 different students helped at various points of the project.
Well, that went well!
With the holiday season approaching, Moraine Park wanted to give back and show support for the men and women who are serving our country overseas.
In order to make their time a little more enjoyable away from home this holiday season, students and staff from Moraine Park’s Beaver Dam campus conducted a “Christmas in a Shoebox” drive (all donations – deodorant, eye drops, candy, snacks, books, movies, etc. – had to be small enough to fit inside a shoebox). The drive was organized by the Beaver Dam Student Senate, and roughly 100 different students helped at various points of the project.
In previous years, our record for overall donations was 35 boxes. This year, we aimed higher – hoping to gather enough for 50 boxes of donated items.
Turns out, we ended up with