Margate, FL – On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 the Puerto Rican Hispanic Chamber of Commerce invited Mr. Richard McCulloch, Campus President of American Institute School of Wellness and Beauty to speak at their monthly networking event.
The “Networking in Action” event hosted by the Puerto Rican Hispanic Chamber of Broward County brought together the local community in a professional environment to build contacts through networking as well as assisting to grow their business. The event was filled with distinguished as well as upcoming professionals, lots of discussion, live music, food and guest speaker Richard McCulloch, Campus President of American Institute School of Wellness and Beauty.
Mr. McCulloch took this opportunity to discuss American Institute’s exciting news regarding the upcoming Spanish Cosmetology Program. The new program is scheduled to start in June. The Spanish Cosmetology Program has been developed to facilitate career training in the Cosmetology field for native Spanish speakers, to help meet the demand for Spanish speaking or bilingual cosmetologists in South Florida.
“Working with a team, and in a sector that focuses on career education on a daily basis, it is always a great opportunity to network with business leaders throughout the South Florida area. For the Puerto Rican Hispanic Chamber to invite me to be a keynote speaker is an absolute privilege and a huge opportunity to support our community and share the great news about our upcoming Spanish Cosmetology program” stated Richard McCulloch.
Randy Proto, CEO of American Institute, added, “The faculty and staff at American Institute recognized that there is a need for Spanish speaking or bilingual cosmetologists in the area and suggested that we offer a Spanish Cosmetology Program. We pride ourselves on acting to meet the needs of the communities where we operate. We are excited to invest in offering this new program. Of course it will be taught just like all of our AI programs, with professional faculty, facilities and curricula to help our students strive for success.”