Central California Women’s Facility cosmetology students pass state board exam

Seven inmates enrolled in the Cosmetology vocational program at CCWF earned their licenses after passing the exam.

Seven inmates enrolled in the Cosmetology vocational program at CCWF earned their licenses after passing the exam.

By Lt. Brian Davi, AA/Public Information Officer
Central California Women’s Facility

The Central California Women’s Facility (CCWF) welcomed the State Board Examiners on May 19, who tested seven inmates in the Cosmetology Vocational Program.

These seven students have proven themselves to have the ambition and motivation to accomplish their goals by completing the required 1,600 hours of training, consisting of hair care services and procedures, skin care services, nail care services and disinfection sanitation, according to officials.

On June 1, 2015, the California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology confirmed the students passed the Cosmetology Examination and earned their licenses.

E. Lumbsden, Vocational Instructor said, “This great accomplishment will provide an opportunity of a lifetime upon their release, I’m so happy for them.”

Warden Deborah K. Johnson also congratulated the women.

“These skills obtained at CCWF will provide employment once paroled,” she said. “I am very proud of their hard work and success in completing their Board exam.”

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1 Response

  1. Lt. M. D. Williams, CCWF Tuesday, June 30, 2015 / 9:50 am

    Excellent Article! What an accomplishment to complete a license for such an important trade. These women will maintain viable employment and effect their communities as productive working individuals. There is surely money to be made in this trade. I am proud of the accomplishments of inmates. I am always proud to be a part of the process that provides education, programs, and vocational training for re-entry into the community. It will keep our neighborhoods safer and change lives for generations, as the inmate is more prepared for release. Great job!

    Lt. M. D. Williams,
    Central California Women’s Facility

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