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Summit Academy, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Address: 935 Olson Memorial Hwy
Minneapolis, Minnesota  55405  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 5
Number of People Being Served: 568
EIN: 41-0908458
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Mission Statement


We exist to assist individuals in developing their ability to earn and to become contributing citizens in their community. Our fundamental belief is: the best social service program in the world is a job.

Description


Summit Academy OIC is an accredited vocational school located in North Minneapolis with a 50 year history of working in this community. We believe that the best social service program in the world is a job. We offer accredited training programs at no cost to students, and with no further debt and loans. These offerings include 20-week certifications in a variety of construction and healthcare training programs. Initially, upon enrollment, our typical student earns $5,640 per year and 59% are unemployed. After graduation, our alumni average wages are $30,950 annually?after just 20 weeks of training. We help low income adults in the Twin Cities transition from poverty and dependency to self-sufficiency.

Summit Academy OIC is an accredited vocational school located in North Minneapolis with a 50 year history of working in this community. We believe that the best social service program in the world is a job. We offer accredited training programs at no cost to students, and with no further debt and loans. These offerings include 20-week certifications in a variety of construction and healthcare training programs. Initially, upon enrollment, our typical student earns $5,640 per year and 59% are unemployed. After graduation, our alumni average wages are $30,950 annually?after just 20 weeks of training. We help low income adults in the Twin Cities transition from poverty and dependency to self-sufficiency.

Mission Statement: We exist to assist individuals in developing their ability to earn and to become contributing citizens in their community. Our fundamental belief is: the best social service program in the world is a job.

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Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes