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Paul Mitchell school opens in Sylvania

SYLVANIA, OH (Toledo News Now) -

The new 13,000-square-foot Paul Mitchell school had their grand opening in Sylvania on Monday.

The $1 million building has been two years in the making, and can accommodate 250 students.

The new school will not only provide interested cosmetology students with an education, but also jobs for the community. They are still looking to fill 30 positions, and will be hiring locally. 

"We will be hiring from within. They vary from all administrative jobs to anything education," said owner of the new school Linda August. "For example, financial aid, because we work with the government. Operations, which is any financial background that falls in the round of a CPA."

Right now they have 17 students signed up for classes, and are looking to recruit more people interested in a career in cosmetology.

The official grand opening and ribbon cutting with CEO and Co-Founder of Paul Mitchell, John Paul DeJoria, along with Sylvania Mayor Craig Stough.

For more information you can contact the school at 419-885-5191, or visit their website here.

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