In 1919, R. V. Randolph, S. L. Latimer, E. R. Cargel, M. Paris and B. Tolliver came together with the common idea of improving conditions in the cosmetology industry and on March 30th, 1940, the National Beauty Culturists' League, Inc. (NBCL) was chartered as a nonprofit organization. Since then, we have dedicated our energies toward fulfilling the following purposes set forth by our founders:
To establish high standards of conduct and operation.
To encourage scientific methods of hair, scalp and skin treatment.
To gather, prepare and disseminate educational information.
To seek legislation beneficial to the beauty profession.
To promote goodwill and cooperative effort among all beauticians, manufacturers, and persons engaged in related fields.
To promote the general welfare and raise the public image of those engaged in the beauty culture field.
NBCL's strength is within the links that bind our organization together. We have a comprehensive approach toward building a unified program, and we are the only organization with a professional degree program in Cosmetology. We currently have thousands of members, 37 states, Caribbean, England and Newfoundland. And with the emphasis that we are currently placing on growth, we expect these numbers to increase exponentially.
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