Johnson College will hold its first ever “Transfer Day” on Thursday, November 14th starting at 4pm at Richmond Hall on their Scranton campus. The idea is to give current college students opportunity to find a new direction for their future career path.
“If the road they’re on now isn’t the path they want to be going down, now is the perfect opportunity for students to change course,” says Melissa Ide, Vice President of Enrollment Services. “We can show them how to save time, money, and more opportunity with several high demand careers paths that we train for.” Johnson College offers 13 associate degree programs in 5 divisions of study, including Business, Construction & Design, Health Sciences, Electronic & Industrial, and Transportation. “Our employment rate of almost 90%, which shows these fields are really in high demand and our alumni are happy with their education,” adds Katie Leonard, Senior Vice President of College Advancement.
The Johnson College Transfer Day will be held on Thursday, November 14th beginning at 4pm in Richmond Hall on campus at 3427 North Main Avenue, Scranton, 18508. Students should bring their transcripts with them. They will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, and Career Services. A transfer student will also be on hand to share his experience.
To find a new direction for your career, to learn more and to register, call Bobbie at 570-702-8900 or visit www.johnson.edu/transferday by November 13.