The 2014 Atlantic Cape Community College Scramble “Fore” Scholarships golf tournament raised more than $21,000 for student aid and Foundation operations. Held Oct. 10 at Cape May National Golf Club in Cape May, the tournament drew nearly 100 players.
The annual Scramble ‘Fore’ Scholarships Golf Tournament raised $21,000 for student scholarships.
Staff and students show off their pink attire in recognition of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Atlantic Cape students, faculty and staff wore their best and brightest pink outfits and accessories for “Think Pink, Turn the Campus Pink Day,” Oct. 22, and created the annual human pink ribbon in the Quad of the Mays Landing Campus to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Continue reading
Cultivate calm 12:15 p.m. every Wednesday in the art gallery at the Mays Landing Campus.
Cultivate calm 12:15 p.m. every Wednesday in the art gallery, located inside the Spangler Library, D-Building, of the Mays Landing Campus.
Breath, relax, create peace of mind, and enjoy an oasis of quiet in the middle of your work day.
All are welcome; not affiliated with any religion or group.
Questions? Email Emattern@atlantic.edu.
Students and staff form a human ribbon to support breast cancer awareness.
Cape May County Campus students and staff showed their support for breast cancer awareness by wearing pink and forming a human pink ribbon Oct. 20. Continue reading
Watch Dr. Richard Perniciaro, Vice President, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, discuss our culinary and gaming training expansion in Atlantic City on Comcast Newsmakers:
Selecting the right wine every time is the challenge of all wine lovers. Through guided tasting and learning the foundations of wine evaluation with Mark Callazzo and Paul Tonacci, owners of Atlantic City Bottle Company, you can learn what style you like and why, 6 to 9 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 20, in Building-T. Cost is $39. Continue reading
The CSA will have chocolate-covered apples for sale for $5.
The Culinary Student Association (CSA) will sell festive chocolate-covered apples for $5 each.
Apples will be available for pick-up in M-Building lobby in front of Strudels between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Oct. 31.
Call Ms. Feye at 609-343-4900, ext. 4942 or email email@example.com to place an order.
Atlantic Cape held an Open House Sunday, Oct. 19, at the Mays Landing Campus. Faculty and staff provided lots of valuable information for attendants through workshops in M-building and booths set up inside the gym. Continue reading
Atlantic Cape Community College will hold an information session for those who want to learn about a nursing career.
The Nursing Program Information Session will take place 5:30-7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 20, in the Walter Edge Theater, C-building, at the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike. The session will focus on Atlantic Cape’s registered nurse program, including the selection process and methods to prepare for the entrance exam.
Atlantic Cape will hold a information session on the college’s nursing program in November.
Attendees are advised to arrive 15 minutes in advance to sign in and collect handout literature. The session is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Glenda Stogel at (609) 343-5048, (609) 463-4774, ext. 5048, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.atlantic.edu/program/academic/nursing/upcomingSessions.htm.
Lots going on during October at CMCC!
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is highlighted with a display board on the first floor, where students and employees can hang a pink ribbon to recognize a woman affected by breast cancer. Thank you to SGA for their support of this tribute, which continues through the end of the month. In keeping with breast cancer awareness, CMCC Student Services will offer Pink-a-cise, a Zumba event where students are asked to dress in pink and Zumba along with certified instructor and CMCC student Josh Maldonado. The event takes place in the dining room at 12:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 20, with photos and pink-themed refreshments, compliments of SGA, to follow.
The annual clothesline display has become an October tradition at CMCC.
October also brings recognition to domestic violence. Our annual clothesline display, sponsored by the Coalition Against Rape & Abuse (C.A.R.A.), displays dozens of unique T-shirts designed by women affected by relationship violence. The exhibit, along the second-floor bridge, is open through the end of the month. C.A.R.A. also provides free guest speakers to classes and clubs by calling (609) 522-6489. Continue reading