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Camelot means actually finishing my career goal withinQuite BrightNursing
Camelot means actually finishing my career goal within 10 months. It's also preparing me for an exciting and excellent future in the Cosmetology field. I'm happy I've found the college that allows you to complete 1500 clock hours in 10 months. I didn't even know it was possible. Camelot also mean passing State board, since I've been attending Camelot there has not been one student to fail State board written examination, but did I mention our passing rate is almost 100%. While attending Camelot I've met two of the most amazing role models, Ms. Coleman [my teacher]. She's an amazing teacher, beautiful, and loving. Also, Ms. Ronnisha Spears, my fellow classmate also [Instructor Training Student]. She's motivating, straight forward, and she's always positive. Whenever I get discouraged I can turn to these two ladies, they're always there. One thing I've learned is to see the positive in every negative situation, and remain Dedicated, Determined and Devoted.Rashawn Ward, Cosmetology Student October, 2014
1st Year Female -- Class 2015
Faculty Accessibility: A, Collaboration/Competitive: C
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I have had a very positive and upbuilding experience here at Camelot. The staff is wonderful and always willing to help in all they do. I also like that it is a very spiritual place to be as well. Lekesha Reed
1st Year Female -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: B
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I am the proud mother of two lovelyQuite BrightFine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
I am the proud mother of two lovely daughters. They are the reason I am who I am today and they are one of the main reasons I wanted to better my life starting with Camelot College. It is with gratitude that I inform you of my success that God has given me. I am a Licensed Cosmetology as a result of my training at Camelot College. Making my customers look and feel beautiful is my passion. I like to see them smile and when the smile, I smile.

I would like to start off by saying put God first in everything you do and He will help you achieve your goals. When God gives you vision, He will also give you provision.

The on-campus Child Daycare helped me to make my decision to attend Camelot. It has really been instrumental in helping me to achieve my goals. I am blessed to have had the opportunity to attend Camelot College.

Alumna Female -- Class 2000
Starting Job: COSMETOLOGIST; Preparedness: A+ Reputation: A+
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