• Collision Repair Program

    Collision Repair instructor Anthony Larson works hard to give his students the best possible avenue to a lucrative career in the auto body and repair industry. Larson knows what it took to build his business from the ground up, and he’s eager to share his knowledge with all his students who have the same passion as he does for collision repair.

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  • Horticulture as a Career

    The training you’re receiving in Pickens Technical College’s Urban Landscaping and Horticulture program goes far above and beyond caring for a few simple houseplants. You’ll probably get so well-versed in landscaping and maintaining outdoor green spaces that you might think tending to houseplants is a little beneath you. But, in the “real world” outside the classroom, houseplants are all the rage. In some cases, they’re even “breaking the Internet.”

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  • Cosmetology

    The Pickens Technical College Cosmetology department in the Human Services pathway teaches students how to not mess up hair and nails. The program of course also gives students plenty of time to hone their craft, learn from mistakes on mannequins, and get enough hours in the salon to earn their Colorado licenses. Your training in the classroom and in Pickens’ on-campus salon is a direct path to hitting the ground running in the cosmetology field. Several former Pickens students have gone on to start their own salons in the area.

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