Junior Alana Seifert trains with Supercuts through BOCES

Supercuts experts share advice to make Capital Region BOCES students a cut above

SG girl clipping hair at a SuperCuts
Alana Seifert of Scotia-Glenville works on Supercut’s Dani Hortado as Niskayuna Supercuts salon manager Rachael Kopec looks on.

ALBANY — Experts from area Supercuts salons, including Niskayuna salon manager Rachael Kopec, visited the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School on Tuesday to share their expertise on everything from customer relations to styling skills.

Several of the approximately 100 cosmetology students on hand then showed the skills they have learned at BOCES and from the presentation, including in the attached photos:

In the attached picture, Alana Seifert, a junior at Scotia-Glenville, works on Supercut’s Dani Hortado as Kopec looks on.

Students enrolled in the BOCES cosmetology program on the Albany and Schoharie campuses gain the skills and 1,000 hours of training and experience needed to take the New York State licensure exam. The experience prepares students to enter the workforce upon graduation or to go to college and a have a leg up on future business competitors.