The Department of Community Engagement is a bridge connecting the Greater Johnstown community with Pitt-Johnstown’s faculty, staff, and students. The office engages Pitt-Johnstown with the community by developing, sustaining, and enhancing programs and partnerships. During freshmen welcome weekend 2016, our students logged more than 2,000 hours of community service, pushing our total hours for the year past 30,000 hours.
The leadership team at Pitt-Johnstown has done an outstanding job in developing new programs that meet the needs of its students and our community.
— Scott Becker
Pitt-Johnstown supports initiatives that improve the Greater Johnstown community.
The Coding Literacy Initiative is an ambitious project with the goal of making the Greater Johnstown region a national model for the development of coding literacy, beginning with K-12 and extending to all segments the community.
The University's positive community and economic impact, according to recent data, equates to $77.4 million per year in terms of charitable giving, volunteer service, and community events.
Great Americans Day Citizenship Forum --presented since 1998 -- promotes the American ideal of civic virtue and reminds us that the continued success of our society depends upon both individual and collective contributions.
PittJohnstown LIVE is the University's annual makers showcase and PITTchFest competition, stimulating innovation and featuring the best and brightest fromthe region and beyond.
Pitt-Johnstown is receptive to requests from the community for volunteer opportunities.
Executive Director of Community and Public Relations
272 Blackington Hall
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
Johnstown, PA 15904
814-269-2936 | firstname.lastname@example.org