For Immediate Release
June 08, 2018
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Karen Grey

(BPRW) North Carolina’s Coalesce Beauty Brings Solutions to Student Debt While Offering Alternative Work Experiences to the Typical 9 to 5

(Black PR Wire) Chapel Hill, NC -- Coalesce Beauty founder and CEO, Theresa Watson, its principals and shareholders announce their newly created Student Ambassador Program, designed to give students at Historical Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU’s) an opportunity to ‘earn while they learn’. Matriculating students at HBCU’s can now earn commissions at a rate of 16% for every dollar sold of Coalesce Beauty products while developing valuable sales skillsets via the company’s high-tech sales training platform which will be delivered via video.

This program is dedicated to help increase the graduation rate of HBCU students by providing them with alternative income opportunities without having the required time constraints of your typical 9 to 5. This initiative encourages fiscal responsibility and provides a vehicle to assist students in paying off their tuitions and fees prior to graduation. “With the current student loan debt reaching twice the national credit card debt of Americans, we must address the need of our students to offset the debt levels they face upon graduation. We believe, our Ambassador Program offers a seamless solution to an overwhelming fiscal crisis affecting many of today’s youth,” says Watson.

Additionally, the ambassador program bolsters the company’s HBCU Corporate Buyer’s Club, since the total dollar amounts sold by the entirety of each HBCU student body garners a 3% contribution from Coalesce Beauty to each school for technology and scholarships. Several corporations are looking at the program with a favorable eye. They love the program flexibility, it allows students to make their own work schedules, affording them more study time which can directly impact grades and lead to higher final GPA’s.  Business leaders are also looking at the level of business development experience students will have once they complete the training program and apply the theory practically. The program will add a new breed of graduating business-preneurs, a highly favorable factor when recruiting new talent. Colleges are eagerly awaiting the program to arrive at their campus. The Coalesce Student Ambassador Program looks forward to making its debut at these colleges which have expressed an interest: North Carolina A&T, Johnson C Smith, NC; Florida Memorial University, FL; Hampton University, VA; Wilberforce University, OH; Allen University, SC; Morris Brown, GA; Paul Quinn, TX; Livingstone College, NC; Shaw, NC; Edward Waters College, FL; and Bennett College, NC. “We are looking forward to the day when we have 100 colleges and universities on board,” said CEO Theresa Watson.


Coalesce Beauty is a natural body and hair product manufacturer located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. It is committed to sourcing the most advanced therapeutic solutions the beauty industry offers, while providing formulas that nourish the body from top to bottom. Coalesce also supports the beauty and styling profession and inspires the artistic vision of the individual stylist.  The company has launched a new line of beauty products specifically to address its mission to give back profits to Historical Black Colleges and Universities. CEO, Theresa Watson formally announces that that the company will donate a percentage of overall purchases from her Coalesce Beauty line to Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) for technology and scholarships.  HBCU schools nationwide have been assigned a special product code to retrieve their funding from this philanthropic initiative. Learn more:

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