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LVN Program at Summit

Like other governing bodies for a given occupation, nursing boards have standards and laws that help ensure consistency across the industry. These measures are aimed at meeting uniform standards of care both statewide and nationwide. The rules determined by the boards not only help keep patients safe, but they also help protect the nurses as…(Read More)

Licensed Vocational Nurse Program

Licensed Vocational Nurse Program A licensed vocational nurse  (LVN) is an essential part of the healthcare team. As an LVN, you will help provide basic medical care for patients under the supervision of registered nurses and doctors. Learn the Summit difference and join our licensed vocational nursing program! Become a nurse in as little as…(Read More)

welding program, welding alumni summit college, california, welding month

As Zachary Gomez was passing through Santa Ana, he noticed Summit College’s campus. He used to do some welding but at the time was working a dead-end job in a machine shop. He knew something had to change. “I really wanted to follow my passion – welding – and Summit just happened to pop up…(Read More)

Welding Program Summit College

It is National Welding Month! Hear great tips and advice from our welding instructors on skills every welder should have! Interested in a career in welding? Learn more about our welding program and join the welding nation at Summitcollege.edu. https://youtu.be/NZ8NEYC53C8…(Read More)

W-4, Taxes, Accounting, Payroll, HR program, Business Certification Programs

We’re currently in the midst of the 2018 income tax filing season. Taxes can be complicated, but we’re here to make things a little easier for you and provide a refresher if you’ve forgotten some things. If you are an employee, your W-4 is an important piece of paperwork because it…(Read More)

Summit Electrical Trade Programs

The odds were stacked against Michael Ibarra in 2011. He was 17 and had dropped out of high school. Although his motive was admirable – to get a job and help his mom with the bills – his future looked dim. “As soon as I turned 18, I started working warehouse,” Ibarra says. “I guess…(Read More)

During the month of February, babies born at participating hospitals will wear red knit hats as part of the American Heart Association’s Little Hats, Big Hearts campaign to celebrate American Heart Month. The AHA, in conjunction with The Children’s Heart Foundation, collected more than 200,000 hats that volunteers across the country knitted…(Read More)