In the News–Aug. 11, 2014

The Press of Atlantic City featured the college’s new Professional Helicopter Pilot degree program, which was showcased at New Student Orientation with a helicopter on the Mays Landing Campus Quad.

The Press of Atlantic City wrote a feature story about the opportunity the Fresh Start Entrepreneurial Training Program provides local residents.

An article in The Press of Atlantic City about endowed scholarships included information on Atlantic Cape’s scholarships and the Create Opportunity capital campaign.

The Middle Township Gazette featured alumna Diane Perrin ’14, who opened Studibagel’s Garden Cafe this summer in Clermont, shortly after her 65th birthday.

The Hamilton Township Current and Shore News Today printed a news release about this fall’s class, Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Systems.

The Press of Atlantic City reported on the prior learning assessment initiative at Atlantic Cape, which will award up to 25 college credits toward an associate degree for military experience, professional training courses or industry certificates. The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the initiative.

The Patriot News printed an article about the Cape May County Campus installing a bird-friendly coating on its windows to reduce bird strikes.

Chef Educator Michael Huber has been busy this summer writing about local restaurants, chefs and food trends for The Press of Atlantic City. Some of his stories include: Empanada Mama’s Cantina in West Cape May; The Old Causeway Inn in Manahawkin; Mexican-born Chef Leo Sanchez at Celina’s Mulberry Market & Grille in Galloway; McGettigan’s 19th Hole in Galloway; Black-Eyed Susans on Long Beach Island and its seafood-centric menu; and Poppi’s Brick Oven Pizza and their special dough.

Chef Huber also wrote about: Mia Chiarella, executive chef and owner of Gia Ristorante in Wildwood Crest; The Herb Garden farm in Egg Harbor Township, an all-organic family-operated farm that has been around for generations; Chef Jimmy Burton at the Rusty Nail, who is continuing a family dynasty by cooking in the best kitchens in Cape May County; Wildwood’s Ravioli House, which has featured the same recipes and great food for more than four decades; DongSin, which brings Japanese favorites to Wildwood; Chef Stephen Serano, chef/owner of Café Loren, and an ACA graduate and adjunct instructor; the new owners of Louisa’s Café in Cape May; and Sarah Sosonka, the baker at Beach Creek Oyster Bar & Grille.

The Cape May County Herald and The Press of Atlantic City printed a news release about the upcoming Entrepreneurial Training Program offered through Continuing Education, Ocean City Free Public Library, Ocean City Chamber of Commerce and New Jersey Small Business Development Center at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about fall registration.

The Cape May County Herald printed the July Board of Trustees news release.

The Cape May County Herald and The Current published a news release about the new introductory security officer training the college is offering as a noncredit option.

The Current printed a news release announcing initiatives the county, including Atlantic Cape, will take to aide displaced casino workers.

The Hammonton Gazette wrote a front-page story about Dr. Otto Hernandez and his commitment to education and Atlantic Cape after he took over as vice president of academic affairs in July.

The Burlington County Times featured Oliver a Bistro, which is owned and operated by ACA alum Matthew McElmoyl in Bordentown.

The Current printed a news release about the new substitute teacher training certification offered through Continuing Education.

The Wildwood High School Alumni Association awarded scholarships to incoming freshman, which was reported by the Wildwood Leader.

The Press of Atlantic City’s Everyone Has a Story column featured the accomplishments of several student-athletes who received national academic awards from the National Junior College Athletic Association. The Current also printed the news release.

The Current printed a news release announcing classes the college will offer in Hammonton this fall.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the paralegal studies open houses offered in August.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release announcing new Foundation board officers.

The Current featured the achievement of incoming student Sky Glenn of Ventnor, who won the national Live Beyond Your Dreams scholarship for producing an audio book due out this month.

The Current and The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the ability to earn a degree entirely online at Atlantic Cape.

The Press of Atlantic City reported on the pilot Math Boot Camp program launched to prepare students for college-level math and earn their degrees faster.

The Press of Atlantic City printed a news release announcing EOF students who earned Academic Achievement Awards for maintaining GPAs of at least 3.5.

The Press of Atlantic City reported on six student-athletes receiving recognition by the NJCAA for their academic achievement.

InsuranceNews.net published a news release about the June Board of Trustees meeting.

The Current printed a news release announcing details about registering for fall classes at the Academy of Culinary Arts.

The Press of Atlantic City wrote about the college archery team’s recent success, including standout Sungwoo Shin, who won the individual male recurve title at the outdoor national championships this spring.

The Press of Atlantic City and The Brigantine Beachcomber recognized students inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society at Atlantic Cape.

The South Jersey Times reported on the delayed peach crop, but included ideas from Chef Bruce Johns, director of culinary operations, on fresh ways to prepare peaches.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the new Professional Helicopter Pilot degree program.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about summer registration.

Jen Lee, adjunct chemistry instructor, was featured in a Press of Atlantic City article about her selection as a New Jersey Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellow.

The Current printed a news release announcing Diane T. McKoy as the recipient of the President’s Distinguished Foundation Board Member Award.

The Middle Township Gazette and The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the noncredit Academi Prep class offered this summer for future law enforcement officers.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the international recognition Atlantic Cape’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa earned this spring.

NBC-40 reported on the St. Augustine Prep “Third Semester” hands-on program at the Academy of Culinary Arts.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about fall registration.

The Press of Atlantic City reported on the spring Academy of Culinary Arts graduates.

Jennine McNeil, a nursing graduate, was appointed clinical manager of maternal and child health services at Cape Regional Medical Center. Her accomplishment was featured in The Middle Township Gazette.

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