2019 Youth Summer Camps Announced

This summer, we welcome students aged 11-16 (grades 6-10) to spend time at Johnson College for our summer camp offerings. Summer Camp is an opportunity for your student to spend time on our campus, and learn something new while having fun! Multiple camps will take place in the time between June 24th and August 8th, 2019. Camps will run between the times of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Sunday. Please see individual camp information for more details.

All student participants must complete the Permission Slip Application and Photo Waiver before attending camp at Johnson College.

Please click on the session name for more information, to register and pay.

Summer Camps are offered through the Continuing Education Department. Please feel free to reach out with any questions you may have by calling 570-702-8979 or email continuinged@johnson.edu.

2019 Camp Sessions:

Electronics STEM
July 8th – 12th
8 AM – 12 PM

  • Learn the purpose, process, and techniques of soldering
  • Build a soldering board
  • Design circuits
  • Design and build around CPE
  • Learn computer languages used in Electronics Design and Coding
  • $150


Introduction to Veterinary Surgery
August 6th – 8th
8 AM – 12 PM

  • Overview of common surgical procedures
  • Learn about veterinary hospital set up
  • Learn about veterinary surgical techniques
  • Make your own suture board
  • Practice suture patterns
  • $120

Solar Power
July 1st – 3rd
9 AM – 12 PM

  • Learn about solar cells
  • Learn how to convert cell voltage
  • Learn about lithium ion batteries, and the concept of lithium charging
  • Assemble battery pack
  • Assemble solar module
  • Circuit test
  • $99

Carpentry Auction Set For April 11th

Matthew Darrow, ’19


Johnson College’s Carpentry & Cabinetmaking Technology program will host an auction to benefit the Children’s Advocacy Center of NEPA on Thursday, April 11th. The items up for auction were all created by students in the Carpentry & Cabinetmaking program, and the event was organized by Project Management student Matthew Darrow, ’19. More than 60 items will be auctioned off including cutting boards, chess boards, stools, benches, tables, cabinets, wine racks and a toy box. Most of the items were made from re-purposed wood. Last year’s auction raised over $3,000 for the local non-profit and brought together a group of faculty, staff, and parents to showcase the wonderful creations the students work on every day.

The public are invited to attend the auction in Woolworth Hall. Browsing begins at 5 p.m. and the auction begins at 6 p.m. To register, please click here.

For information about the two-year Carpentry & Cabinetmaking Technology program, please click here.

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Employee Promotions Announced

Johnson College announces that two employees have been promoted.

Stephenie Vergnetti has been promoted to Vice President of Human Resources and Senior Advisor to the President & CEO. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Marywood University and a Master’s in Human Resources from the University of Scranton. Ms. Vergnetti has been with the College since 2012 and resides in Clarks Summit with her husband and two sons.

Barbara Byrne M.Ed., R.T. (R) (MR) has been promoted to Associate Vice President of Faculty and Continuing Education and also is the Program Director for Radiologic Technology. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Science from Misericordia University and a Master’s of Education from Concordia University. Ms. Byrne has been with the College since 2011 and resides in Moosic with her husband and two daughters.