Abington-area students attend College Camp, tour colleges


Area high school students join Scranton School representative Carol Oleski on a trolley ride to one of the area college campuses during the week-long first ever College and Career Boot Camp at Elm Park United Methodist Church. The camp offers teens a glimpse of professional life after high school through career presentations, educational workshops, college tours and games. The event, co-hosted by Elm Park Church and NEPA Career and College Counseling Associates, included visits to Johnson College, Lackawanna College, Marywood University and the University of Scranton. From left, first row, Chris Johnston, Carol Oleski, Chase Howard, Nicholas Otey, Matthew Otey and Darienne Curtis. Second row, Matthew Barress, Lainey Lavelle, Michael Laabs, Shey Potter, Zach Balint, Corei Somerville, Isaac Kasperek, Jack Howard and Josiah Kasperek.


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Area high school students join Scranton School representative Carol Oleski on a trolley ride to one of the area college campuses during the week-long first ever College and Career Boot Camp at Elm Park United Methodist Church. The camp offers teens a glimpse of professional life after high school through career presentations, educational workshops, college tours and games. The event, co-hosted by Elm Park Church and NEPA Career and College Counseling Associates, included visits to Johnson College, Lackawanna College, Marywood University and the University of Scranton. From left, first row, Chris Johnston, Carol Oleski, Chase Howard, Nicholas Otey, Matthew Otey and Darienne Curtis. Second row, Matthew Barress, Lainey Lavelle, Michael Laabs, Shey Potter, Zach Balint, Corei Somerville, Isaac Kasperek, Jack Howard and Josiah Kasperek.

Area high school students join Scranton School representative Carol Oleski on a trolley ride to one of the area college campuses during the week-long first ever College and Career Boot Camp at Elm Park United Methodist Church. The camp offers teens a glimpse of professional life after high school through career presentations, educational workshops, college tours and games. The event, co-hosted by Elm Park Church and NEPA Career and College Counseling Associates, included visits to Johnson College, Lackawanna College, Marywood University and the University of Scranton. From left, first row, Chris Johnston, Carol Oleski, Chase Howard, Nicholas Otey, Matthew Otey and Darienne Curtis. Second row, Matthew Barress, Lainey Lavelle, Michael Laabs, Shey Potter, Zach Balint, Corei Somerville, Isaac Kasperek, Jack Howard and Josiah Kasperek.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_ABJ-College-Camp.jpgArea high school students join Scranton School representative Carol Oleski on a trolley ride to one of the area college campuses during the week-long first ever College and Career Boot Camp at Elm Park United Methodist Church. The camp offers teens a glimpse of professional life after high school through career presentations, educational workshops, college tours and games. The event, co-hosted by Elm Park Church and NEPA Career and College Counseling Associates, included visits to Johnson College, Lackawanna College, Marywood University and the University of Scranton. From left, first row, Chris Johnston, Carol Oleski, Chase Howard, Nicholas Otey, Matthew Otey and Darienne Curtis. Second row, Matthew Barress, Lainey Lavelle, Michael Laabs, Shey Potter, Zach Balint, Corei Somerville, Isaac Kasperek, Jack Howard and Josiah Kasperek. Submitted photo
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