The Temple: A Paul Mitchell Partner School offers education far beyond the technical training you need to succeed in the beauty industry. We’re one of the premier Paul Mitchell schools in the nation helping over 1,700 graduates achieve their goals.
We use a unique multifaceted approach that gets you up and out of your chairs and working hands on from the first day of class. Using the latest technology, hands on instruction, live demos, lectures -even music- in every lesson!
2018 Day School Start Dates
Tues- Fri 9:00 am – 4:30 pm/ Saturday 9:am – 5 :00pm
January 23, 2018
August 21, 2018
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00pm/ Tues – Fri 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Future Professionals from The Temple: A Paul Mitchell Partner School were treated to a day of inspiration with three national industry leaders – Geno Stampora, Jeanne Braa Foster and Dr. Dean Foster – at The Weinberg Center for the Arts on June 7, 2017.
“Bringing in guest artists of this caliber is incredibly important to our curriculum and the personal development and career growth for the Future Professionals in our doors,” said Charles Riser, co-owner of The Temple: A Paul Mitchell Partner School.
The event included a morning session with Geno Stampora, industry expert, author, and speaker. As a sales consultant, distributor and platform artist, Geno has shared the stage with some of the world’s greatest artists and has been featured in numerous publications including Glamour, Elle, The New Yorker, Washingtonian among others. He is also a recipient of NAHA’s 2009 Hall of Leaders Award.
Jeanne Braa Foster was Paul Mitchell’s stage partner, working on stage with him from the launch of the Paul Mitchell product line in 1980 until he lost his battle to cancer in 1989. An extraordinary hairdresser, Jeanne became the first artistic director of John Paul Mitchell Systems and received the first North American Hairstyling Trustees Award.
Jeanne retired in 2001 and married Dr. Dean Foster, an orthopedic surgeon, and cancer educator. Together they formed Eyes on Cancer, an awareness program that trains beauty professionals to recognize the early signs of skin cancer on their guests.
“Watching Geno and Jeanne speak was amazing and so motivational! I loved hearing Geno’s messages about believing in yourself and not giving up,” said Sydney Kuhl Future Professional. “Jeanne was phenomenal on stage with her models. We were so impressed with how easily – and quickly – she created each look!”
On May 15th and 16th the Temple Frederick education team participated in Paul Mitchell advanced academy texture education training with Senior Educator Aubrey Harley in Annapolis, MD.
Team members were updated in all areas of the Paul Mitchell texture system, including permanent waving, relaxing, styling, and finishing.
“We are incredibly excited at the opportunity for our team to attend this advanced curriculum training and expand their skill set within the Paul Mitchell Schools Texture System,” said Trish Kaiser, Director and Executive Education Leader. “Our Learning Leaders are constantly and consistently improving their technical and classroom skill sets in order to best benefit our Future Professionals and their careers in the industry.”
Aubrey Harley has been a Senior Educator and platform artist for John Paul Mitchell Systems since 1994. His work has been published in numerous trade magazines and he has traveled across the United States educating salon professionals and Future Professionals alike.
Liz Rapalus, Theory & Final Phase Leader from Temple Frederick was one of the “First 100” Paul Mitchell FUNraisers across the United States to earn a spot to Paul Mitchell Schools FUNraising Gala in Hollywood, California this past May! Liz used her professional expertise to offer Future Professionals a unique opportunity to gain experience working with vibrant “coloring book” hair styles.
Each year Paul Mitchell Schools FUNraising Campaign honors and rewards the first 100 Future Professionals, team members, and Paul Mitchell National Educators who raise $3,000 in donations for charity with an opportunity to attend this exclusive event.
“It’s all about giving a little bit of you back to those that surround you. I was honored to be one of the First 100 this year and was even more excited to bring back the knowledge of what I learned in Hollywood with the Future Professionals here in Frederick. It was an awesome experience!” said Liz.
Winners of the “First 100” also enjoyed a “meet and greet” photo op with celebrity guests plus a day of hands-on education the next day with longhair expert Martin Parsons, master barber Darrin “DL” Lyons, and Debra Dietrich.
Charities that benefitted from this year’s FUNraising campaign included the Andrew Gomez Dream Foundation, Gary Sinise Foundation, Cancer Schmancer, Leeza’s Care Connection, CAST, Magic Johnson Foundation, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, No Limits, Food 4 Africa
Since graduating, I’m even more grateful and proud that I chose to attend a Paul Mitchell School, specifically The Temple. I’ve received four job offers, am flourishing in my salon home and have already been offered a position in management. I attribute so much of all of that to the good habits, positive behavior, business savvy and technical skill that our schools’ culture and fabulous staff instilled in us. So, THANK YOU for all that you did to help me on my journey!