In The News—December 2014

newspaper-154444_1280 communicatorThe Middle Twp. Gazette shared this post about Atlantic Cape’s Toys for Tots Drive being held at CMCC, as well as the Breakfast with Santa hosted by ACA students at Hamilton Mall.

Atlantic Cape was mentioned in this story from the Daily Targum about about grant money funding training for early educators.

The Cape May County Herald reported on the Board of Trustees annual reorganization in this post.

A donation made to culinary and hospitality students at the ACA by the Mays Landing Merchants Association was reported on by the Current Newspapers and the Press of Atlantic City.

The Cape May County Herald posted this release about training being offered by Atlantic Cape for displaced homemakers.

A release for registering for spring classes at the Academy of Culinary Arts was posted here by The Cape May County Herald.

The Press of Atlantic City wrote about The Fresh Start Entrepreneurial Training Program, which the college helped facilitate, in this article.

ShoreNewsToday.com posted this release about scholarships available for incoming culinary students.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about Atlantic County’s job loss ranking in the nation.

Suzanne Kolmetsky, an ACA graduate, was featured in this article from the Press of Atlantic City.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, was quoted in this article about the casino-industry crisis on Philly.com.

The Academy of Culinary Arts Awards Ceremony was featured in this Press of Atlantic City article, as well as here in The Cape May County Herald.

The Academy of Culinary Arts training programs being offered this spring at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus was posted here by The Cape May County Herald.

The Press of Atlantic City featured a story on therapy dogs visiting the Mays Landing campus during final exams week here, as did the Cape May County Herald.

The Cape May County Herald posted this release about a “Decision Making Conference,” being held Jan. 9 at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus.

The Academy of Culinary Arts Dec. 18 awards ceremony was featured here by The Press of Atlantic City, as well as here.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, was quoted in this article on Philly.com about a recent toy drive to help children of laid off casino workers.

The Press of Atlantic City featured a Mays Landing couple attending the new culinary training program at the Worthington Atlantic City couple in this story.

Chef Kelly McClay, dean of the Academy of Culinary Arts, was quoted in this story by the Press of Atlantic City about Atlantic City as an up-and-coming “foodie” destination.

The Middle Twp. Gazette posted this release about the college’s accelerated winter term that begins Jan. 2.

The college was mentioned in this article on the GallowayCurrent.com regarding scholarships established for veterans by American Legion Post 430.

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