Your Jewelry Career Starts with Qualified Training

The most effective way to begin your career as a jeweler is by taking part in a professional training program. The type of program you enter will depend on your point of view, interests, time-table, goals, and budget. For example, if you are interested in a more art-based jewelry program, you may want to enroll in a university fine arts degree programm. If you are more interested in the trade aspects of being a jeweler, then a program that offers a robust production curriculum will be more your style.

The BEaJEWELER™ school directory offers more than 200 different programs for you to explore. We invite you to begin your jewelry journey here, in this directory, investigating the many training programs and discovering which ones appeal to you most.

Featured Schools and Programs

Begin by exploring the schools and training programs affiliated with MJSA — the Manufacturing Jewelers and Suppliers of America. As one of the American Jewelry Industry's oldest trade associations, MJSA has deep roots in the jewelry community, and counts among our members some of the most respected and accomplished jewelry training programs.

New York Jewelry Design Institute

17 West 45th Street, 9th floor, New York 10036, New York, New York County, United States
1-212-951-1314

New York Jewelry Design Institute

Fashion Institute of Technology

7th Avenue at 27th St. Jewelry Dept. Building D Room 364A, New York 10001, NY, United States
212-217-5720

Fashion Institute of Technology

Jewelry Arts Inc.

22 East 49th Street, 4th Floor, New York 10017, New York, New York County, United States
2123628633

Jewelry Arts Inc.

Gemological Institute of America GIA

5345 Armada Drive, Carlsbad 92008, California, San Diego County, United States
800-421-7250

Gemological Institute of America GIA

Portland Jewelry Academy

4784 North Lombard Street, Portland 97203, Oregon, Multnomah County, United States
5034445623

Portland Jewelry Academy

New Approach School for Jewelers

107 Southeast Parkway Court, Franklin 37064, Tennessee, Williamson County, United States
800-529-4763

New Approach School for Jewelers

Creative Side Jewelry Academy of Austin

321 W. Ben White Blvd. #204, Austin, TX, United States
1-512-799-0731

Creative Side Jewelry Academy of Austin

Akiyo Matsuoka Inc.

2605 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, New York 10030, New York, New York County, United States
6462410045

Akiyo Matsuoka Inc.

Austin Community College

Jewelry Dept. 1020 Grove Blvd. Bldg. C, Austin 78741, TX, United States
512-223-6221

Austin Community College

Studio Jewelers Ltd.

32 East 31st Street, New York 10016, New York, New York County, United States
2126861944

Studio Jewelers Ltd.

JewelryClassDC

1520 Massachusetts Avenue Southeast, Washington 20003, District of Columbia, United States
2026415896

JewelryClassDC

Karen Christians

98 Francis Street, Waltham 02451, Massachusetts, Middlesex County, United States
7813674992

Karen Christians

Les Ateliers

P.O. Box 6595, Oceanside 92052, California, United States
7602126386

Les Ateliers

Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology

2400 Clarksville Street, Paris 75460, Texas, Lamar County, United States
9037820380

Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology

Metalwerx

50 Guinan Street, Waltham 02451, Massachusetts, Middlesex County, United States
781-891-3854

Metalwerx

Academy of Art University

410 Bush Street, San Francisco 94108, California, San Francisco County, United States
4156188003

Academy of Art University

International Gemological Institute

551 5th Avenue, Fl 7, New York 10176, New York, New York County, United States
2127537100

International Gemological Institute

B Golden Jewelry School

1115 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City 84106, Utah, Salt Lake County, United States
8013960146

B Golden Jewelry School

Brooklyn Metal Works

640 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY, United States
1-347-762-4757

Brooklyn Metal Works

Michael Sturlin Studio

8313 East Monterosa Street, Scottsdale 85251, Arizona, Maricopa County, United States
4809414105

Michael Sturlin Studio

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The BEaJEWELER™ initiative is sponsored by MJSA, the trade association dedicated to professional excellence in jewelry making and design.
This initiative was originally developed in partnership with the New Approach School for Jewelers in Arrington, Tennessee

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