Greetings from the Worthington Atlantic City Campus–Feb. 12, 2016

Submitted by Linda Palmer

A Fond Farewell

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Karla Rosado, admissions, with two celebratory cakes and a beautiful gift as part of her well wishes on Feb. 4.

A fond farewell, with not one, but two delicious cakes for Karla Rosado, admissions, at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus, Feb. 4. Karla’s support and great customer service will be missed just as much as her crafty and beautiful bulletin boards. Best of luck and success at her new job from the Admissions team, and all of us on campus.

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Top: Cynthia Correa, director, Worthington Campus Student Services and Campus Management, Karla Rosado and Carmen Cabrera, admissions. Bottom, from left: Cynthia Correa, Imtiaz Chowdhoury, Karla Rosado, Richard Collins and Carmen Cabrera.

Preliminary Introduction of Services at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus Student Success & Career Planning Center

On Thursday, Feb. 4, Mitchell Levy, vice president of student affairs and branch campus management; and Cynthia Correa, director, Worthington Atlantic City Campus student services and campus management, welcomed faculty and classes for a preliminary introduction of services in preparation of the grand opening of the Atlantic City Campus Student Success & Career Planning Center. Throughout the day, tours of the center were conducted and introductory career and academic workshops were held. Sixty students and a handful of faculty members attended, many from the three classes that took part in the event. 

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The new student success & career planning center at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus.

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Mitchell Levy, vice president of student affairs and branch campus management, discusses careers with students during a workshop on Feb. 4 at the student success and career planning center in Atlantic City.

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Mitchell Levy, vice president of student affairs and branch campus management; and Cynthia Correa, director, Worthington Atlantic City Campus student services and campus management, talk about the new Atlantic City campus student success & career planning center with students from Gwen McIntyre’s ESL class on Feb. 4.

 

Local Ties to J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI

Comm Ac 6Thomas Coholan, security guard at the Atlantic City Campus, and retired police captain in the Atlantic City Police Department (Jan. 1988 to Feb. 2013) has family ties to the FBI and J. Edgar Hoover. Thomas’ father, Robert W. Coholan, served as an FBI agent from 1940-1968. When the FBI was established, Director J. Edgar Hoover made a point of personally meeting each agent face to face. Upon publication of the book, The Story of the FBI in 1947, Director Hoover personally autographed the book for special agent Robert W. Coholan on May 17, 1948. As noted in the accompanying photos, the book is the official picture history of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and depicts the personal note signed by J. Edgar Hoover.

English as a Second Language presentation to local parents group

Michael Kammer, associate professor, gave a presentation on Feb. 10, at Jordan Road Elementary School in Somers Point about English learning opportunities at Atlantic Cape. His presentation was well received by the English Language Learner (ELL) parent’s group, Somers Point BPAC (Bilingual Parent Advisory Club).

Teacher teaching students

     

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