Here’s the Scoop–Sept. 30, 2016

Our condolences to Anne Osman, workforce development, on the loss of her beloved mother, Jeanne Butrym of Manahawkin.

Expressions may be sent to Anne at 177 4th Avenue, Estell Manor, NJ 08319.

The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors confirmed Vice President, student affairs and dean of the Cape May County Campus Dr. Mitchell Levy’s appointment to fill the Board seat vacated by Dr. Richard Perniciaro. Dr. Levy will be installed as a director at the Chamber’s Annual Meeting and Installation Dinner on Oct. 20 along with our other new directors.

In order to further enhance student job readiness skills, the Student Support Service Program initiated their first Career Training Bootcamp, Friday, Sept. 23. Program leader Michael Forest, counselor, Student Support Services; and Dr. Mitchell Levy, vice president of Student Affairs and dean of the Cape May County Campus, presented the Introduction to Career Development workshop. During this interactive workshop, Dr. Levy shared vital information such as career enhancement and how students defined success.

The Career Bootcamp’s objective is to prepare underprepared Student Support Services students for success in their chosen collegiate studies after graduation. The Career Bootcamp will include career development/planning, job etiquette, social capital, resume writing, interview preparation, branding and networking workshops.

Danays Hernandez has transitioned into the Financial Aid Department at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus. She can be reached at ext. 4822, and office hours are 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.

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