Monthly Archives: October 2017

Here’s the Scoop-Oct. 20, 2017

Student Activities in conjunction with the Atlantic County Women’s Center will again present this year, “The Clothesline Project,” to bring Awareness to Domestic Violence, Tuesday, Oct. 24.

The T-Shirt Campaign will be on display from 11 a.m.-2 p.m in the Cafeteria. You can create a T-shirt during this time, too.

Light refreshments will be served.

For more information, contact Lisa Givens at ext. 5010.

chef cooking

Traditional Italian Dinner Benefiting the Academy of Culinary Arts with Chef Gino Minacapilli of the Marco Polo Institute, 6 p.m., Oct. 24, at Careme’s Restaurant at the Academy of Culinary Arts. Cost is $50 per person. For more information and menu, visit here Continue reading

In The News–Oct. 20, 2017

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the college offering hands-on FAFSA workshops.

newspaperThe Press of Atlantic City featured the recent partnership between the college and Stockton University here. posted here about the college’s Workforce Development Division offering a series of entrepreneur training workshops at its Cape May County Campus. previewed the college’s Oct. 15 open house here.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about Maria Ivette Torres joining the New Jersey Council of County Colleges (NJCCC) Executive Committee. Continue reading

Greetings from the Worthington Atlantic City Campus–Oct. 20, 2017

Breast Cancer & Alcohol Awareness Event Held at Atlantic City Campus

Worthington Atlantic City Campus students, staff and faculty enjoyed flavorful pink smoothies on Wednesday, Oct. 18, in an effort to reflect on Breast Cancer and Alcohol Awareness. Steve Mathis from Maui Wowi Hawaiian served Strawberry Banana, Strawberry Colada and Strawberry Lemonade smoothies. Continue reading

Atlantic Cape Participates in Statewide Community College Completion Challenge

man reading at podiumAtlantic Cape Community College was one of 19 community colleges across the state hosting a series of campus-based activities during the statewide NJ Community College Completion Challenge (NJC4) this week.

Sponsored by the New Jersey Council of County Colleges’ Center for Student Success, Kean University and the New Jersey Education Association, the NJC4 initiative is an effort to increase the number of community college students completing their associate degrees and certificates, so they have the credentials they need to successfully transfer to four-year colleges and universities to earn their bachelor’s degrees and enter careers that provide family-sustaining wages.

Atlantic Cape hosted a kick-off rally Oct. 16 at its Mays Landing Campus, where students learned about the C4 initiative. The Atlantic City and Cape May County campuses held similar events throughout the week. A closing rally, held Oct. 19 at the Mays Landing campus, included remarks from Holly Schultheis, Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) club adviser; Dr. Denise Coulter, dean of Liberal Studies at Atlantic Cape; Cynthia Correa, director of Student Services and Institutional Career Services at the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus; and Atlantic Cape PTK President David Smith. Continue reading

‘Table Games – Quick Start’ Program Offered at Casino Career Institute

The Casino Career Institute at Atlantic Cape Community College has prepared more than 50,000 people for rewarding careers in gaming and continues to offer top-notch training for those who wish to enter the global casino profession.

CCI is offering a new program, “Table Games – Quick Start” in three different selections: Blackjack, Roulette or Baccarat (choose one); Craps and Carnival Games (two games for one price); and Blackjack, Pai Gow Poker or Pai Gow Tiles (choose one). Continue reading

Pop-Up Dinner to Benefit Culinary Student Association Oct. 20 at Careme’s Restaurant

ariel view of watermelon slices and soupThe Culinary Student Association of the Academy of Culinary Arts is hosting a five-course vegetarian pop-up dinner at 6:30 p.m. this Friday, Oct  20, at Careme’s Restaurant located in M Building of the Mays Landing Campus.

Cost is 40$ per person with proceeds benefitting the CSA.

The menu includes Watermelon Gazpacho, Eggplant Spaetzel, Tofu Ceviche, Sweet & Sour Cauliflower Steak and Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce.

Make your reservation by calling Careme’s Restaurant at 609-343-4940.

Golf Tournament Raises More Than $41,555 for Atlantic Cape Students


woman and men standing with large check

From left, John DeRichie of Northfield of SOSH Architects, Atlantic Cape Foundation Board member and 2017 Golf Tournament Committee member; Bob Mullock of Cape May Point, owner of Cape May National Golf Club and Atlantic Cape Foundation Honorary board member; Zack Mullock of Cape May, owner of Cape May National Golf Club and Atlantic Cape Foundation Board member; Dr. Barbara Gaba, president of Atlantic Cape Community College; Roman Osadchuk of North Wildwood, Atlantic Cape Foundation Honorary board member and co-chair of the 2017 Golf Tournament Committee.


The 2017 Atlantic Cape Community College Scramble “Fore” Scholarships golf tournament raised more than $41,555 for student aid and Foundation operations. Held Oct. 13 at Cape May National Golf Club in Cape May, the tournament drew nearly 100 players. Continue reading