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Memorial Day – Sumner College is closed

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Why nurses love their job

Content shared from Scrubs Magazine staff. We all have good and bad days when it comes to working as a nurse. On my best days,

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Register for FREE Nursing Info Sessions

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing Info Sessions will be held on our Portland campus. To reserve a spot for an upcoming session please

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Sumner College Interview with KATU’s Afternoon Live

Joanna Russell, President of Sumner College visits with Kara Mack, host of KATU's Afternoon Live, showcasing the new nursing program at Sumner College, a Bachelor

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Hawaii and the West Coast Beckon to Travel Nurses

Article shared from Travelnurse.com. Written by Jennifer Larson, Contributor Travel nursing opportunities abound in the Pacific Region of the United States, including the West Coast

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Johnson & Johnson | Nursing Scholarships

Nursing Scholarships Whether you're pursuing an associate's, bachelor's, or master's degree in nursing, there are a variety of nursing scholarships and grants that can provide

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For healthcare to work, it takes nurses.

Johnson & Johnson is proud to advocate for, elevate, and empower nurses for over 125 years. J&J Objective To attract and strengthen an innovative, thriving, and diverse nursing workforce, empowered to advance health equity and transform healthcare. During

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May 12 – National Nurses Day

To acknowledge the contributions of nurses and call attention to their working conditions, the International Council of Nurses established May 12 as International Nurses Day in 1974.

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Nurses Make a Difference: Anytime, Anywhere – Always.

We celebrate the extraordinary contributions Nurses make to our communities, this May 6-12th  during National Nurses Week. National Nurses Week begins each year on May

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Sumner College – BSN, LPN, RN to BSN – Classes start July 17th

Sumner College Nursing Programs Our Vision Drives Us. Education with Integrity. Sumner College is committed to providing excellent care to patients in the community through

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Get Started in a Nursing Career

Do you like to help others? Inspired by the possibility of saving and improving lives? For many people entering the nursing field, there’s a feeling

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Find Your Path

There are many different ways into a nursing career. Choose a starting point to get a personalized guide of the steps you’ll need to take.

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Welcome New Sumner College Students

Sumner College starts a new cohort of nursing students today. You are embarking on a new educational journey, pursing a career in healthcare. We welcome

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Nursing Students – Tips for the first year

Content shared from nursecrets So, you have been accepted into nursing school. First of all congratulations! You have made it through the process, so now

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RN vs BSN: The Differences

Changes in nursing involve a major shift in higher education standards, requiring more nurses to hold a 4-year bachelor of science in nursing (BSN). The

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Student of the Month: February 2023 Medical Assisting Program

Kayleigh was selected by Sumner College faculty and staff for the February Student of the Month. Some of the reasons she was chosen include: "....her

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Phlebotomy Program – Arizona

If you're interested in a career in phlebotomy that will allow you to work in a safe, professional environment and give you the skills and

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20 Types of Nursing Positions

Information shared from Indeed.com 20 types of nursing positions Though all nurses seek to provide proper care and treatment for their patients, their day-to-day duties

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5 Tips for Working While in Nursing School

Information and article shared from Indeed.com Here are five tips for being a successful nursing student while working a full-time or part-time job: 1. Review

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Pros and Cons of Working While in Nursing School

Information and article shared from Indeed.com Editorial Team The Indeed Editorial Team comprises a diverse and talented team of writers, researchers and subject matter experts

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Nursing and Midwifery

Article shared from the World Health Organization Nursing encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of individuals of all ages, families, groups and communities, sick or well

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New BSN Program

Enroll today in our new BSN program. Graduate in less than 3 years. Classes start April 24th. Learn more www.sumnercollegeBSN.com   

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OR Nurses Returning to Full Capacity, plus Backlog

By Debra Wood, RN, contributor In the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, many governors ordered elective surgeries postponed to conserve personal protective equipment (PPE)

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Nurses Nurture Their Emotional Health

Article Shared from TravelNursing.com By Jennifer Larson, contributor “How are you feeling?” If the truthful answer to this question is something along the lines of

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Why BSNs are Important

Article shared from TravelNursing.com Cost vs. reward still a factor for BSN-prepared nurses By Debra Wood, RN, contributor When the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released

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8 Fast-growing Travel Nurse Specialties

This article is sourced from TravelNursing.com. With a nursing shortage compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has driven thousands of nurses from the bedside, many

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Congratulations Sumner College Graduate – Prolyn

PROLYN’S STORY “Prior to enrolling at Sumner College’s Medical Assisting program, I was a psychology student who was extremely interested in medicine. I wanted to

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Congratulations Sumner College Graduate – Alora

ALORA’S STORY “Prior to enrolling at Sumner College, I was working as an EMT and a CNA.  I really loved the work I was doing,

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Congratulations Sumner College Graduate – Tina

TINA’S STORY “I had been working in real estate for 20 years when I decided to take my excellent, customer service skills into the medical

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Congratulations Sumner College Graduate – Caroline

CAROLINE’S STORY “I originally began my healthcare career working as a CNA/Medication Technician. I really enjoy helping others, especially the elderly. I wanted to expand

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