Alaska Tech Learners Summer Camp
Alaska Tech Camp
The coursework at the Alaska Tech Camp for the summer of 2022 consists of a college-level computing class called TECH A120: Commercial Web Page Design, in which the students will learn to make mobile ready websites using HTML5 and CSS3. This course requires good skills in professional, desktop computing.
Tuition, housing, travel, and all meals for qualified program participants will be paid for by the NSF and offered at no charge to the student.
In the classroom:
Plan on being in class 6-8 hours each day. Computers and all course materials are provided for students. Students should bring pen and paper for note taking.
Here in Valdez we think time outdoors is important too. Prepare to go outside for moderately active adventures every afternoon. Think hiking, beach combing, and glacier exploring.
Students will stay in PWSC campus housing. Camp mentors will provide dorm supervision, coordinate evening group activities, and oversee group meals - all meals are included for students!
2022 Summer Camp Dates:
- June 20-28, 2022
2022 Summer Camp is now FULL!!
For any questions regarding the Alaska Tech Learners program contact:
Meet The Professor
Dr. Steven W. Johnson is an Associate Professor of Computing/Information Technology at Prince William Sound College. He has been a full-time faculty for the University of Alaska for 10 years, including four years of teaching experience at Kuskokwim Campus in Bethel, Alaska. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business, completed an NCATE-approved teacher preparation program, and earned his master’s degree in Training and Learning Technologies at the University of New Mexico. He has also completed the necessary coursework for a master’s degree in Special Education and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership at the University of New Mexico. His doctorate is in Information Technology and he specializes in e-commerce and mobile application development. Dr. Johnson brings the teaching and learning experiences he acquired in Bethel, Napakiak, Alakanuk, and Kotlik to the instructional team, along with an extensive background in a variety of educational needs and settings.