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)

Safety is important to our respective self-preparation in any workplace and occupation. Following proper safety procedures and techniques, in addition to being aware of your surroundings, can help cut down on welding injuries. Below is a list of some of the most prevalent dangers welders face every day, along with some tips for minimizing…(Read More)

Annette Lemos, a medical assistant instructor at Summit, says she often finds herself in the right place at the right time when it comes to medical emergencies. She began her allied health career taking pre-req classes in nursing at Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga. But she found the process slow and wanted to get…(Read More)


What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of welding? It’s most likely a person with a torch and a mask fusing two pieces of metal together with extreme heat. That’s not an inaccurate depiction of the trade; however, it doesn’t paint a complete picture because welding is…(Read More)

As the field of dentistry evolves one thing seems certain—a growing need for dental assistants.  For those on the outside, dentistry may seem like one of those traditional professional fields that’s been around forever, will always be around, and not really change all that much. But nothing could be further from the truth…(Read More)