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Solstice Hair Studio launches Graduate Programme

We’re excited to hear that Solstice Hair Studio, a co-working salon dedicated to providing a supportive and collaborative environment for hair professionals, has launched a new Graduate Programme.

Aimed at challenging the perception that co-working salons neglect the development and success of the next generation, this ground-breaking initiative reflects Solstice Hair Studio’s commitment to nurturing talent and fostering entrepreneurship in the hairdressing and barbering industry.

The Programme offers selected candidates the unique opportunity to work closely with founders Kelly Furnival and Meg Piper to receive invaluable guidance as they embark on their entrepreneurial journey.

Meg Piper, founder of Solstice Hair Studio, said: “We are thrilled to introduce the Solstice Graduate Programme. At Solstice Hair Studio, we firmly believe in the potential and talent of the next generation. Our programme is designed to provide aspiring hair professionals with the essential tools, mentorship, and support to help them thrive in the industry.”

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The Solstice Graduate Programme boasts a comprehensive range of benefits, including:

  • 6 months of personalised business mentorship, tailored to each participant’s specific goals and aspirations.
  • A 30% rent discount at Solstice Hair Studio, ensuring an affordable and conducive workspace for participants to develop their skills.
  • Ongoing mental health and stress management training, recognising the importance of holistic well-being in a demanding industry.
  • One external day course facilitated by a respected educator or coach, broadening participants’ knowledge and enhancing their professional repertoire.

To be considered for the Solstice Graduate Programme, applicants must hold a level three qualification in hairdressing or barbering obtained between June 2023 and June 2024. The position is stated to commence no later than June 2024, providing a seamless transition for successful candidates eager to kickstart their freelance business.

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