PCC cosmetology students take honors in competition

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Students in Piedmont Community College’s 
Cosmetology program received honors in the North Carolina Cosmetology, Aesthetics, and Nails Association (NCCAN) Student Competition in Greensboro recently. PCC offers the Cosmetology program on its Person County Campus and its Caswell County Campus, and both programs earned recognition in the competition. Twelve PCC students competed in four categories.  

Awards included: first place in Team Competition, Caswell County program; team members Terry Hazelwood, Danielle Hiett, Uniqua Haith, and Shermisha Pointer; second and third place in Twisty Braid Competition, Person County program, students Dwaun Lunsford and Erika Edmunds; and third place in Photo Competition, Person County program, student Tiffany Cash. 

PCC ’s Cosmetology program is offered in state-of-the-art facilities on both its campuses. On the Person County Campus, the Cosmetology program debuted newly-renovated facilities for the current semester. Completely new Cosmetology facilities opened on the Caswell County Campus when the program began in Fall Semester 2007.  

During Spring Semester, the Caswell County Campus Cosmetology program will offer a new option: a certificate program in manicuring that will allow students to complete all requirements for licensing in just one semester! For more information about enrolling this new program or other spring semester Cosmetology classes, call Robin McLean on the Caswell County Campus at 694-5707, ext. 234 or Fayecha Smith or Deanna Ouzts on the Person County Campus at 599-1181, ext. 2112 (Smith) or ext. 2241 (Ouzts).  

Above: Pictured from left as Caswell County Cosmetology students Danielle Hiett, Shermisha Pointer, and Terry Hazelwood with their model, Uniqua Haith.       

At left: Person County Campus Cosmetology students, pictured from left are: Erika Edmunds, Jennell Daye, Shari Racicot, Fayecha Smith (instructor), and Sharney Barkins. Not pictured is award recipient Tiffany Cash.