One of Paul Dempsey’s photos that will be displayed at Atlantic Cape’s art gallery, Dec. 5 – Jan. 17.
Galloway resident Paul Dempsey will showcase a collection titled, “Recent Works,” at Atlantic Cape’s newly renovated art gallery Dec. 5 – Jan. 17. The gallery is located in a large space in the William Spangler Library at Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike. A free “Meet the Artist” reception will be held 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. followed by an “Artist Talk” at 8 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 9, at the gallery. Continue reading
Staff is invited to a Holiday Tea, hosted by the Bursar’s Office/Finance/Accounts Payable, 2-4 p.m., Monday, Dec. 15, at the Bursar’s Office, J-114.
Stop in for a treat in the spirit of the holidays!
Chef Educator Michael Huber writes about the local food scene for The Press of Atlantic City. His recent article featured Seaside Cheese Co. in West Cape May.
The Vineland Daily Journal published an article about Atlantic Cape offering resources to displaced casino workers.
The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the college offering health care training for career-changers. They also printed a news release about the funds raised at the college’s annual golf tournament for student scholarships. The Middle Township Gazette also posted about the funds raised at the tournament. Continue reading
By Lisa Apel-Gendron
Large needles, coats, books, Zumba and turkey are all part of late November at CMCC.
Many members of the CMCC community overcame their fear of lengthy needles, Nov. 19, when the Red Cross set up shop in Room 113. Students and employees, including adjunct instructor of English Mary Farrell, came together to give the gift of life. One could sense a warm concern for others as the Red Cross volunteer asked passersbys if they wanted to donate, and many answered that they would. The drive collected 24 units of blood. Continue reading
Keynote speaker was Teressa Moore Griffin talks about transitioning through change.
Atlantic Cape hosted a professional development and networking event, Tuesday, Nov. 25, for community members and students. The event, titled Starting Over: The Power of Innovation and Self-Presentation, featured information and resources for professional development, college programs, job and community resources for those impacted by the recent casino closings or those looking for a new career path for other reasons. Continue reading
Maria Torres of Mays Landing was elected chairperson, Dave Coskey of Avalon was named vice chairperson and Maria Mento of Ventnor was appointed treasurer when the Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees held its annual reorganization meeting Nov. 25. Torres is a retired guidance counselor who serves on the board of New Jersey’s Higher Education Student Assistance Authority. Coskey is president of Longport Media. Mento is executive vice president and chief finance officer for the Atlantic County Utilities Authority. Sean Fischer of Vineland, dean of resource development & president/Board of Trustees operations, was reappointed board secretary. Their terms run until November 2015. Continue reading
From left, John Kurtz, president of Mays Landing Merchants Association; Dr. Josette Katz, professor of hospitality management; Chef Kelly McClay, dean of the Academy of Culinary Arts; Arlene Blosch, Mays Landing Merchants Association board member; and Donna Vassallo, dean of career education.
The Mays Landing Merchants Association donated $2,500 toward culinary and hospitality scholarship funds Friday, Nov. 21, at Atlantic Cape Community College Academy of Culinary Arts in Mays Landing. Continue reading