In The News—November 2014

newspaper-154444_1280 communicatorChef 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. 

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, discussed our culinary and gaming training expansion in Atlantic City on Comcast Newsmakers.

The college’s new Atlantic City hospitality wing was mentioned in this article from the Courier Post. NBC40 and the Press of Atlantic City also covered the ribbon-cutting f0r the wing, Oct. 16.

NBC40 covered the college’s annual ” Think Pink, Turn the Campus Pink” event where staff and students formed a human ribbon out on the quad.

The Press of Atlantic City wrote about a theater group, Frustrated Productions, that all met during their time at Atlantic Cape, and recently performed at the college.

Dean of Enrollment Management and College Relations Andre Richburg was quoted in this article from 101.5 regarding student loan deficits.

The Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned in this article from the Cape May County Herald.

The Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned in this post about a beer pairing with Chef Jack MacMurray from The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about New Jersey’s ranking in the business tax climate.

Atlantic Cape was mentioned in this feature on the Huffington Post about rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy.

The college’s NJC4 festivities were featured by NBC40, ShoreNewsToday.com and the Cape May County Herald.

Rutgers class offerings at Atlantic Cape’s Atlantic City and Cape May campuses were reported by the Press of Atlantic City, NJ.Com and The Daily Targum.

ShoreNewsToday.com and the Press of Atlantic City reported on the increased sick leave payments offered by the college for a limited time, that were recently approved at the Board of Trustees meeting in October.

A news release about “Starting Over: The Power of Innovation and Self-Presentation” Seminar was posted by ShoreNewsToday.com.

The First Legislative District Economic Development Task Force meeting held at the Cape May County Campus was reported on by The Asbury Park Press, The Middle Township Gazette, The Press of Atlantic City, NBC40 and The Cape May County Herald.

A news release announcing Continuing Education wine and champagne classes offered at Atlantic Cape waspublished by ShoreNewsToday.com.

The enrollment at the ACA was reported on by The Press of Atlantic City.

Chef Educator Michael Huber writes about the local food scene for The Press of Atlantic City. This piece was about Robert’s Steakhouse at the Trump Taj Mahal.

The Cape May County Herald posted this press release about the recent Veterans Day Ceremony held at the Mays Landing Campus.

Chef Educator Michael Huber wrote this story for the Press of Atlantic City about Upper Sandwiches.

Douglas Hedges, dean of information technology services, was quoted in this article from International Spectrum.com.

Atlantic Cape Community College’s child care services at the Mays Landing Campus was mentioned in this Press of Atlantic City article.

Associate arts professor Rita Michalenko‘s art exhibit, “Off the Beaten Path,” was featured in this article by the Press of Atlantic City.

The Academy of Culinary Arts is mentioned in this Press of Atlantic City article about the “DO AC Tree and Light Fest,” an effort to brighten up Atlantic City’s image for the holiday season with light.

The Current Newspapers posted this release  about upcoming registration dates for winter and spring semesters.

The Press 0f Atlantic City mentioned Atlantic Cape being at a job and health fair for veterans held at the Wildwoods Convention Center in this article.

The Egg Harbor Township Current shared this post on Starting Over: The Power of Innovation and Self-Presentation, held Nov. 25.

The Press of Atlantic City featured turkey cooking methods for the holidays from the Academy of Culinary Arts in this story.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, was quoted in this article by the Press of Atlantic City.

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