4130 Salisbury Rd., Suite 1100
Jacksonville, FL 32216
• Placement Services
• Financial Aid (for qualifying students)
Estheticians make skin healthier and younger looking. Everyone wants to look and feel younger and healthier.
At our Jacksonville esthetician school, we know an esthetician's knowledge of skin care esthetics can create trusting and caring relationships that help people gain confidence in themselves. Estheticians use skin care techniques and technologies to improve the health and beauty of their clients' skin.
Jacksonville Esthetician School
Jacksonville Career Training
What Esthetician skills will I learn?
- Skin Health Assessment
- Deep Pore Cleansing
- Facial Massage
- Skin Care Products
- Makeup Artistry
- Skin Care Theory
- Skin Care Physiology
- Long-Term Skin Care
- Skin Health Nutrition
- Applied Sciences
- Business Mastery
- Advanced Esthetic Modalities
- And more...
The Heritage Institute esthetics school curriculum will focus your studies on exactly the information you need to master. More importantly, your dedicated esthetics instructor will make certain that you truly understand the materials so that you can pursue your esthetician career with perfect confidence in your skills.
Current students and graduates alike use the Heritage placement office as a job hunting and career building resource.
Can you do this?
Yes. You can. And you won't be doing it alone. Unlike most colleges, we are dedicated to helping every single student succeed. If even one student fails, we feel that WE have failed. We are sincerely, 100% on your side. As long as you don't give up, we won't give up on you. Get info now.
- Health Clubs
- Private Practice
- Product Merchandising
- Portrait/Commercial Photos
- Fashion Shows
- Burn Treatment Centers
- Plastic Surgery
- Cosmetic R&D
- And more...
Can you afford this?
Financial Aid is available for those who qualify.
A Heritage Institute Financial Aid Advisor will be happy to help you explore your options.
Here's what recent graduates are saying about their experiences at Heritage.
Ashely Herring, PFT Graduate — "After I graduated, I was hired at Snap Fitness (this is also where I completed my internship). Soon afterwards, the gym entered into a local “Biggest Loser” weight-loss completion with a local television station. I was selected as one of the head trainers. This was a dream come true for me and an opportunity of a lifetime. For 13 weeks I worked with five of the most dedicated and hard working individuals I have ever met. This experience has taught me some valuable lessons that I will carry with me into the future."
Kyle Cholka, MSG Graduate — "When I looked at the programs that Heritage offered I was excited to see that they offered massage. Considering my passion to help people get better and my parents letting me know that I have great hands, it sounded like the perfect career. After I graduated I decide to open my own business and have now contracted myself out. I also am part of the Heritage Advisory Board for Massage Therapy."
Johnetta Garrett, MSG Graduate — "I enjoy being able to help clients with various ailments, enabling them to feel better and have an improved quality of life."
Shannon McCoy, Pharm Graduate — "I can’t quite believe the amount of responsibility I am entrusted with at the pharmacy. My in-depth knowledge of medication enables me to make a real contribution to the process of maintaining and improving people’s health. I love working in the medical field."
Wendi Hull, COS Graduate — "Before I started at Heritage, I had never completed anything in my life. I dropped out of high school and married a man who abused me and left me with nothing. I was hospitalized with severe depression. With the encouragement of the teachers and staff at Heritage, I was able to stay the course and graduate. Now I have a rewarding career working with a wonderful group of supportive people."
Terry Garrett, MSG Graduate — "I've been hired to design a new spa for a new resort hotel. After the spa is built, I will stay on to manage it. The investors are spending millions on this project. They plan to franchise their resort concept and have me manage all the spas. My career is expanding faster than I ever would have imagined!"
Christian Nwambo, MA Graduate — "The training I acquired at Heritage really prepared me well. With the knowledge I acquired I can safely say that I am a proud member of an honorable medical profession."
Kim Shalberg, MSG Graduate — "I love going to work each day! I'm making more money on this one job than I did on all three jobs I had before completing massage therapy. I also have more time to spend with my family and that makes me very happy!"
Lena Powell, MA Graduate — "I was pregnant when I started school but was determined to finish. The teacher was very supportive and encouraging. I had two job offers at the end of my training and would strongly recommend Heritage Institute to others."
Mark L. King, MSG Graduate — "I love helping people to get more in tune with their dietary needs and to learn stretching exercises that will improve their muscle health and body tone. The scheduling flexibility of my job allows me to spend more time outdoors and with my family."
Joyette York, MSG Graduate — "Since graduating from Heritage, I have begun to work on my own doing house visits. I am enjoying every minute of my work. My clients are great. I have had the opportunity to work on several prominent figures in our community. I am so glad that I attended Heritage. I know my life will truly be filled with wonderful opportunities thanks to Heritage."
Jessika Dziewik, MSG Graduate — "I became a mother at a very young age and needed a way to change paths. College was a real struggle for me, but the teachers and staff at Heritage somehow kept me moving forward. Now I have a job I love and a destiny under my own control."
Heritage Institute, Jacksonville, FL
Esthetics – Occupational Associate Degree
Disclosures prepared October 22, 2012. For information about this career choice you may visit the O*Net website to view the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) for occupational codes provided by the U.S. Department of Labor. You may also visit The National Center for Education Statistics website (NCES) to view the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) codes from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).
- Skin Care Specialists – O*Net Code: 39-5094.00 (view)
- Aesthetician/Esthetician and Skin Care Specialist – CIP Code: 12.0409 (view)
How much will this program cost me?
- Tuition: $21,351
- Books, Equipment, Supplies: $1,124
- On-campus room & board: Not offered
What are my financing options to pay for the program?
In addition to any grant and scholarship aid for which they are eligible, many graduates used loans to finance their education. The median debt for program graduates from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012:
- Federal Loans: $13,296
- Private Education Loans: $0
- Institutional Financing Plan: $0
How long will it take me to complete this program?
On-Time Completion Rate is a rate of all the students who completed this program between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012 who completed the program in the normal amount of time. This rate indicates that some students may have transferred into the program, took a leave of absence during the program, changed sessions, or otherwise repeated a course.
- The program is designed to take 16 months to complete.
- 82% of graduates from this program finished within the normal time.
What are the chances of getting a job when I graduate?
Job Placement Rate is a rate of all the graduates between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012 who entered employment related to this field. This number is determined using the formula required by the school's accrediting agency.
- The job placement rate for students who complete the program is 76%.