In the Professional Barbering Program at Moore Career College, develop skills to improve the appearance of each and every client who makes use of your skills as a Barber!

In 1945, the Gillette Safety Razor Company adopted a slogan and a song that reverberated among Americans for the next twenty years: Look sharp! Feel sharp! Be sharp! That defined the well-groomed look of America for decades.

The long-haired male generation of the late 1960s through the mid-1970s saw a lot of the culture of well-groomed men fall by the wayside. A few years later, barbering made a comeback. Barbering became more sophisticated, too, and grew to include hair styling and more. The last 40+ years have shown barbering to be a growth industry again!

Work for others, or have your own practice or shop! The Barbering Board for the State of Louisiana estimates that Louisiana barbers today earn from $30,000 to $75,000 a year – and all by making folks look sharp, feel, sharp, and be sharp!

That can be you, too! Call us or write us to see how to join this hot occupation!


• Education. Do you enjoy making other folks happy? Do you want a career in which you could be your own boss, and control your own schedule? Do you want to help folks look and feel their best? This could be the right field for you!

• Come visit with our Admissions Department and learn more about the program.

• Meet with Financial Aid to see how this education can be within your reach!

• If you want to be a barber and be numbered among the best, we start a new class each month to help you get started. Don’t put it off! Get started right away on your dream career.


Hair-styling, haircuts, shaving, massage, facials, hair weaving and braiding, hair coloring, shop management, and much more!

Why? Because that’s what the premier barbers know & do!


To enroll at Moore Career College for Barbering, an applicant must:

1. Be at least 18 years of age upon completion.

2. Have a high school diploma or GED in order to be licensed, Moore Career College does not require a high school diploma or GED to enroll.

3. Undergo an interview with an Admissions Representative to assess the applicant’s understanding of, and interest in, the program and his or her ability to complete. 

4. Demonstrate the availability of financial resources (including financial aid) for meeting tuition obligations. When you first come to visit with us, we routinely ask you meet with a representative in the Financial Aid Office to determine what you may be eligible to receive in terms of Financial Aid.

5. Follow all of the requirements of Louisiana’s Board of Barber Examiners in order to begin classes. We’ll detail those requirements when you visit with us.

Sound simple? That’s because it is. Contact us today to begin.

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