In The News—Sept. 23, 2014

The Current and The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the services Atlantic Cape is making available to displaced casino workers. The Vineland Daily Journal and The Middle Township Gazette also printed this information.

NBC-40 mentioned the college in a story about options available for displaced casino workers. The Press of Atlantic City also mentioned Atlantic Cape as a resource in an article about Atlantic City job losses.

The Current reported on an Egg Harbor Township job search and training information session for displaced workers that featured Jean McAlister, associate dean of continuing education and business development.

The college was mentioned in a Philadelphia Business Journal article about casino closures and resources available to the displaced workers. An article in The Current also highlighted the college as a resource.

Dr. Peter L. Mora, president, was named to a task force that will examine the region’s depressed economy, which was reported on by The Press of Atlantic City and The Vineland Daily Journal.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president of facilities, planning and research, was a guest on “M4 Small Biz Radio” on WLFR recently to discuss the local economy and opportunities for displaced workers.

Chef Kelly McClay, dean of the Academy of Culinary Arts, appeared on “Bob Burns in Your Afternoon” on WOND to discuss the new culinary programs at the college’s Caesars Entertainment Wing for Hospitality and Gaming Studies in Atlantic City.

New Jersey Monthly Magazine and The Press of Atlantic City wrote about the Caesars Entertainment Wing for Hospitality and Gaming Studies and the culinary training it will feature.

The Cape May County Herald wrote a feature article about Dr. Mitchell Levy, vice president of  student affairs and branch campus management, taking on oversight of the Cape May County Campus and his student success priority.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release announcing the reopening of Atlantic Cape’s art gallery in the William Spangler Library.

The Current printed a news release announcing awards that Rewrites, the student literary magazine, recently earned.

The Middle Township Gazette printed a news release providing details about adding a fall class after the semester began.

Window Film Magazine and Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment reported on the installation of CollidEscape window film at the Cape May County Campus to reduce energy costs and bird strikes.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the Oct. 10 Scramble “Fore” Scholarships Golf Tournament.

CBS, NBC-40, The Current and The Press of Atlantic City covered a recent bomb threat at the college.

The Press of Atlantic City reported on ACA students competing in a cupcake challenge at the Philadelphia National Candy, Gift & Gourmet Show in Atlantic City, where they took second place with “Fire and Ice” cupcakes.

New Jersey Meetings & Events magazine featured the college’s meeting space and a photo of Careme’s in a story about meeting space in colleges in New Jersey.

Chef Educator Annmarie Chelius was quoted in an article about Miss America excitement, which included details about the Cupcake Wars: Miss America Challenge she organized for her students.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about an information session for the Fresh Start Entrepreneurial Training Program.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about computer workshops the continuing education division is offering this fall.

The Current and The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the fall “An Evening In” culinary workshop series.

The Current printed a news release announcing the upcoming Guitar Basics continuing education workshop.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the new Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist training offered through the Health Professions Institute.

The Middle Township Gazette printed a news release announcing the continuing education classes offered this fall at CMCC.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release announcing national accreditation earned by the Preschool-Grade 3 degree option.

Chef Educator Michael Huber writes about the local food scene for The Press of Atlantic City. His recent articles include features on Essl’s Dugout, Chill Rooftop Grill, Sofia Restaurant, Ma France Creperie, Casa Dori Italian, Taco Tuesdays at Gregory’s, The Iron Room, Cafe 101 and Carvery, Jay’s on Third and T. Wake’s BBQ.

Comments are closed.