Temple Annapolis: A Paul Mitchell Partner School is thrilled to announce that our campus just received national honors for our take home and service areas from Paul Mitchell Advance Education!
Our school was officially awarded the Top in Service and Top in Take Home Award for 2017 by John Paul Dejoria, owner of John Paul Mitchell Systems and Winn Claybaugh, Dean of Paul Mitchell Schools at this year’s Owner’s Summit event in California.
“We are thrilled for our school to have received such a honorable distinction,” said Sharon Riser, co-owner of Temple Annapolis: A Paul Mitchell Partner School. “Our team works very hard to create a beautiful and inspiring educational environment for our Future Professionals!”
Temple Annapolis: A Paul Mitchell Partner School was thrilled to host “A Day of Inspiration” for Future Professionals featuring Winn Claybaugh and Tim Storey this fall!
“We are thrilled to be able to welcome this caliber of guest artist to our campus for our Future Professionals,” said Charles Riser, co-owner of Temple Annapolis. “These two individuals are excellent mentors, not to mention wonderful human beings. It was truly an experience to remember.”
Winn Claybaugh is the author of Be Nice (Or Else!) and “one of the best motivational speakers in the country,” according to CNN’s Larry King, who wrote the foreword for the book. A national speaker for major corporations and a business owner for more than 30 years Winn is the founder, co-owner, and dean of Paul Mitchell’s school division. Under Winn’s leadership Paul Mitchell Schools have donated countless volunteer hours and raised more than $18.2 million for multiple charitable organizations.
Tim Storey is an acclaimed author, speaker, and life advisor known for inspiring and motivating people of all ages, faiths, and walks of life. Quincy Jones called him “the voice of encouragement to our generation.” Well known for inspiring and motivating people of all walks of life, from entertainment executives, celebrities and athletes to adults and children in the most deprived neighborhoods in the country, Tim has also appeared numerous times on Oprah Winfrey’s Super Soul Sunday.
The Temple Annapolis hosted a Daddy Daughter Princess Party this past summer aimed at teaching fathers how to care for and style their daughter’s hair. Among the skills taught were how to properly tie a sleek ponytail, create the perfect dancer bun and style a simple and elegant 3-strand braid.
“It was awesome to spend the day teaching dads how to do their daughters’ hair,” said team member Hannah Baldwin. “Growing up, I loved when my dad did my hair; so it was great to be able to give back and share an experience that these princesses will be able to remember for the rest of their lives.”
Future Professional on hand assisting the dad with any help or questions they had. They also painted their daughters nails. Of course, it would not be a princess party without cupcakes, tiaras and wands for the lovely princesses!
“I had such a great time teaching the dads how to braid their daughters’ hair. They were willing to learn and did such a great job!” said Future Professional Gabby Bauer.
Proceeds from the event benefit Paul Mitchell School’s annual FUNraiser.
Staff and Future Professionals from The Temple Annapolis we’re honored to be able to give back to their community by spending a few hours pampering the residents of FutureCare Chesapeake.
“To have the opportunity to give our time freely was an honor. They really appreciated the time we spend with them. It’s moments like this that remind us why we love giving back,” said Hannah Baldwin.
The organization provides short-term rehabilitation and nursing care in Maryland to those recovering from surgery.
“I loved getting to spend the afternoon making the residents of FutureCare Chesapeake feel great” commented Hope Breiding.
Future Professionals from Temple Annapolis recently donated their time to give free braids to participants of Girls on the Run.
“It was so fun. I loved braiding their hair and getting to connect with such a great organization.” said future professional Hannah Lee.
Girls on the Run is an organization that inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident. They believe; “That every girl can embrace who she is, can define who she wants to be, can rise to any challenge, can change the world. Can.”
“Girls on the Run is a organization that truly helps build girls confidence from a young age. It was a fun event of being able to meet these young girls as well as, donate our time to do braiding for them.” said Hannah Baldwin, Service Desk Leader.