@LS2982 no this is her first one. Why? is it bad to have more than one?
if she will be attending college to get her lvn (lpn), could she get a cc geared toward students?
if she were going to attend college to get her RN, there is a card issued by nsna (national student nurses association) geared for student nurses. [she could enroll in the 2-yr associate degree program (leading to ASN, associate dgree in nursing, which would qualify her to become an RN after she graduates), and then take the national exam to be an lvn/lpn after she finished her first year in the 2-year program]
2 excerpts from nsna: http://www.nsna.org/portals/0/skins/nsna/pdf/pieces_section1.pdf
are students enrolled in state-approved programs preparing for registered nurse licensure or registered nurses in programs leading to a baccalaureate in nursing.
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@Imua she plans to go to a trade school like Concorde.