From left, Heather Cripps, operations manager of Crest Wealth Management Operations; Tod Shoffler, vice president and wealth advisor of Crest Wealth Management; Dr. Peter Mora, president of Atlantic Cape Community College; and Jay Ford, president and CEO of Crest Savings Bank.
Dr. Peter L. Mora, president of Atlantic Cape Community College, accepted a $2,500 check from Crest Wealth Management on behalf of The Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation, Sept. 23, in Wildwood. The check is for an Honors Sponsorship in support of the Atlantic Cape Community College Scramble “Fore” Scholarships Golf Tournament Oct. 7 at the Cape May National Golf Club. Through the sponsorship, Crest Wealth Management will not only support the tournament directly, but will also fund a $500 scholarship for Atlantic Cape students.
Crest Wealth Management and Crest Savings Bank are generous, long-time supporters of Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation and its mission to assist the college and students from local communities. Continue reading
Academy of Culinary Arts student Alexandria Falciani of Hammonton, left, and Jaime LaPinta of Toms River display the gravity-defying cakes. Falciani made the spiders out of modeling chocolate to complement the Halloween-themed cakes.
Students in Chef Educator Annmarie Chelius’ Advanced Decorative Concepts class at the Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College got a firsthand look at the techniques that go into making a gravity-defying cake, Monday, Sept. 26. Continue reading
The annual Scramble ‘Fore’ Scholarships Golf Tournament raised $21,000 for student scholarships.
Time is running out to participate in the in the 2016 Atlantic Cape Community College Scramble “Fore” Scholarships golf tournament, Friday, Oct. 7, at the Cape May National Golf Club.
Registration begins at 11:30 a.m., followed by a scramble format, with a shotgun-start at 12:30 p.m.
Player fees, which include a complimentary gift, lunch and awards dinner, are $150 per person or $500 per foursome. Golfers can participate in a variety of skills challenges, including closest-to-the-pin and longest drive contests. Individuals and businesses can also support the event through sponsorship opportunities ranging from $125 to $5,000. Continue reading
Submitted by Linda Palmer
A 9/11 Remembrance Display
Student Services at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus hosted a remembrance display for victims of 9/11 for the week of Sept. 6.
Photos by Cynthia Correa
A 9/11 remembrance bulletin board and a table display were set up with pictures and information asking students to do a good deed, charitable activity or other things to honor the 9/11 victims.
Michelle Washington Wilson, adjunct social sciences instructor, was a featured storyteller at the New Jersey Storytelling Festival, Sept. 18, at Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton.
Professors Amy Shelton, Michele Leacott, Melissa Hatty and Bridget Temme-Soifer co-presented a webinar Aug. 23 hosted by the New Jersey Council of Community Colleges Center for Student Success. The reviewed Atlantic Cape’s Math Boot Camp, which was funded by two College Readiness Now grants and recognized by Gov. Chris Christie as the best developmental education intervention in the state under this grant. Click here for link to the webinar. Continue reading
The college community is invited to attend the official groundbreaking for the Student Success and Career Planning Center at the Mays Landing Campus at 11 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 29.The ceremony will be held on the Quad.
The college is a leader in focusing on student success and retention efforts, and this $10.3 million facility will support the Atlantic Cape’s growing Student Success Initiatives. The two-story building will house student activities on the first floor and the Student Success and Career Planning Center on the second floor. The Student Success Center will offer guidance and resources to assist students in making informed decisions about career choices, including career counseling and access to computers for job searches, and support other success initiatives.
Atlantic Cape Community College will offer a new certification program for those interested in becoming substitute teachers. This 10-hour program provides an overview of the role and expectations of the substitute teacher, as well as the application and certification process. Upon completion, students will receive one Continuing Education Unit.
Training includes: Continue reading