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The Electrology Institute of NE is located in Tewksbury Massachusetts. Three major highways connect to our Institute— Routes 95, 495 and 93. We own 5,000 square feet of space in the Professional Office Complex located at 1501 Main Street.
Electrology Institute of NE Approvals
Dept. of Education — Title IV Programs School Code #038593 United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Department of Defense Military Dependents This School is Authorized Under Federal Law to Enroll Nonimmigrant Alien Students (SEVP) — I-20 Visas National Accreditation by N.A.C.C.A.S.
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U.S. Dept. of Education
Financial Aid is available through the U.S. Dept. of Education for those who qualify. Such programs include Pell Grants, Stafford Loans & Parent-Plus Loans.
Issuance of IRS 1098T Forms for Tax Educational Credits
Tax credits are beneficial, and depending on income, often results in substantial tax advantages.
Massachusetts Association of Electrologists
The Massachusetts Association of Electrologists, Inc. (MAE) was chartered in 1950. It is a not-for-profit organization primarily dedicated to the continuing education of electrologists as a vehicle to maintain the highest level in practitioner conduct and service execution.
The New Hampshire Electrolysis Association is a membership consisting of professional electrologists. The NHEA has set standards and ethics for the professional electrologist to follow. Being a member of the NHEA shows commitment to the profession.
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Open a professional office for yourself. The cost of opening a private one-person office is minimal. Complete equipment cost is less than $5,000.00. Square footage requirements are from 250 to 350 sq. feet. The monetary rewards are excellent, all depending on your creativity and commitment.
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Elect to work for someone else who is already established. This is a fine way to gain experience without making any monetary investment.
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Important above all is the flexibility of hours and the opportunity to "be your own boss" — to have a career rather than "just a job."
To qualify as an Electrology Institute of NE student, you must:
Be 18 years of age or older.
Be a high school graduate or equivalent.
Have an interest in performing a service for people
Have good hand/eye coordination — eye exam may be required
Be free from any contagious or communicable disease — physical exam certificate required.