Some of the College Relations Department members dressed up for Halloween. Click the photo to go cast a vote for your favorite. Have a Happy Halloween!
Mandee McCullough, social media specialist, as a hippie; Jesse Kurtz, web master, as a king; and Mike Capen, graphic artist, as the “Brawny Man.”
Atlantic Cape Community College is one of 19 community colleges across the state hosting a series of campus-based activities during statewide NJ Community College Completion Challenge (NJC4) this week. Continue reading
By Lisa Apel-Gendron
October is finishing up with some noteworthy and tasty events at CMCC.
More than three dozen students and employees dropped in to see Dr. Mitchell Levy, vice president of student affairs and branch campus management, during an informal Meet & Greet Oct. 20. Everyone had the opportunity to meet Dr. Levy and provide feedback on how things are going for them at CMCC. Of course, some freshly baked pumpkin cookies from Madison’s Bakery helped facilitate the conversation! Continue reading
An American Red Cross Blood Drive is taking place, Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2:30-7:30 p.m., at the Cape May County Campus.
The Cape May County Campus will host an American Red Cross Blood Drive, Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2:30-7:30 p.m.
The New Jersey Council of County Colleges is accepting presentation proposals from New Jersey community college administrators, faculty and staff for the 2015 Best Practices Conference, which will be held on Friday, April 24, 2015, at Camden County College in Blackwood. The conference presents the “best of the best” teaching, institutional and student services practices that are driving success throughout the sector. Professionals from all campuses are encouraged to articulate their form of success, in the spirit of sharing, to further enhance our students’ experiences. Continue reading
In recognition of National Business Women’s Week, the NJ WOW (Women on Wednesdays) Symposium was held Oct. 22 in the Walter Edge Theater of the college’s Mays Landing Campus. Continue reading
The Board of Trustees at Atlantic Cape Community College met Oct. 28 at the college’s Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus to approve personnel matters, contracts and purchases.
In Personnel Action, the Board:
–Approved the retirement of Suzanne Feye of Linwood, dining room educator, effective Feb. 1. Feye joined the college in 1985 as a part-time catering assistant and received a full-time appointment in 1986 as catering manager for the Academy of Culinary Arts. In 1990, she was appointed the role of dining room educator and has trained hundreds of students in that capacity. Continue reading