Caper 2018 in Anaheim, California proved to once again be a life-altering experience for Temple Frederick Future Professionals!
Every year, several thousand Paul Mitchell Future Professionals from all over the country gather for this once in a lifetime educational experience designed just for them.
Held at Disneyland in California, this educational event featured hands-on classes with top stylists as well as inspiring motivational speakers like John Paul DeJoria, Winn Claybaugh and Tim Story.
“We are so proud of the 10 visionary Future Professionals who earned their way to this outstanding event! This really is an extraordinary opportunity for them to further their skills as well as start their career off right,” said Sharon Riser, co-owner of The Temple.
Below is an inside look at some of the magic from this year’s Caper event:
Caper 2017 in Orlando, Florida proved to be a life-altering experience for Temple Frederick Future Professionals! Caper, a Paul Mitchell Schools’ annual event, is designed to educate and inspire Future Professionals from all over the country.
Every year, several thousand Paul Mitchell Future Professionals gather for this once in a lifetime educational experience designed just for them.
Held at the Coronado Sprints Resort in Walt Disney World, the educational event featured fashion shows, inspiring motivational speakers like John Paul DeJoria and Winn Claybaugh as well as hands-on classes with top stylists and a Career Connection where students could network with salons.
“Caper truly was the best trip ever,” said Colby Nees. “It is hard to fully explain the experience. Where I aspire to be in this industry completely changed during and after Caper. Hearing the professional’s stories of how they got there was very inspirational. It made me realize that I could also one day be a platform artist and achieve big goals!”
Learning Leaders for event included industry icons Robert Cromeans, Lucie Doughty, Diana Schmidtke, Sharon Blaine, Debra Dietrich and Devri Ficklin along with inspirational speakers Kathy Buckley, Geno Stampora, Kelly Cardenas and Cedric King.
“For me it was very motivational. It made me think about what I was doing and where I wanted to go with my future career and how to get there. It helped me to understand where I wanted to be. It changed my mindset and propelled me to dream bigger – the sky is no longer the limit,” said Nichole Adams, Future Professional.
It was hard at first balancing life at 18 while in school full-time and working two jobs. When I first started school they asked us what our dreams were. My dream was to move to NYC and work at a salon in Manhattan. Well, that’s my reality now!