Submitted by Linda Palmer
Atlantic City Campus Welcomes Students in a Big Way
During Welcome Back Day at the Atlantic City Campus, the tallest Jenga creation almost reached the ceiling!
Worthington Atlantic City Campus welcomed back their students on Wednesday, Sept. 20, with a host of activities. Party King Entertainment Representative Ronnie brought popcorn and games, such as Connect Four, Checkers and Jenga. Ronnie stated, “Students from Worthington played Jenga to perfection.” The end result was the highest block building he has seen. There was also recruitment from the Cross Cultural Club by Zaki Mohyuddin and Performing Arts Club by Dave Capelli. Vita Stovall from Student Affairs gave every student free notebooks and pens. Worthington Campus also celebrated Constitution Day by giving out The US constitution booklet. Continue reading
Jim Eberwine, who teaches meteorology at the college, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about the Jersey Shore in regards to hurricanes and flooding.
The Sept. 15 tribute to New Jersey State Trooper Frankie Williams was featured here by the Press of Atlantic City; here by the Vineland Daily Journal; here by the Cape May County Herald.
A scholarship donation of $2,500 from Rio Auto Body was posted here by the Press of Atlantic City; here by the Cape May County Herald; and here by Autobodynews.com.
ShoreNewsToday.com featured the current exhibit on display at the college’s art gallery here. The exhibit was also mentioned here by the Press of Atlantic City. Continue reading
The college community is invited to attend “A College-Wide Meeting with Dr. Gaba” at 3 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 28.
The session will include an update on college priorities and student success initiatives, as well as a Q&A.
All college employees are encouraged to attend; however, directors should ensure adequate coverage for their offices. The session will be recorded and available for viewing for those unable to attend.
The College-Wide will be held in the Walter Edge Theater and will be simulcast to the Cape May County Campus room 113 and the Worthington Atlantic City Campus room 160.
Atlantic Cape Community College will provide information for those looking to earn their degree, begin a new career or enhance job skills at an open house, 1-3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 15, at the STEM Building of the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet college faculty and learn about degree and career-training programs, take a tour of the new STEM building, and explore the Mays Landing Campus, as well as learn about the enrollment process and financial aid opportunities. Continue reading
Atlantic County will host a flu shot clinic at the Mays Landing Campus from 10 a.m.-noon, Saturday, Sept. 23, in J Lobby.
Flu shots are available to residents 18 years and older for $15, cash or check only. There is no out-of-pocket fee for the flu shot for Medicare Part B recipients who present their cards.
Walk-ins are welcome, or make an appointment at http://www.atlantic-county.org/flu/. For problems with the reservation system, help is available Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. at (609) 645-7700, ext. 4393 or 4239, or by email at email@example.com.
To Our College Community:
Atlantic Cape takes great pride in the official partnerships we’ve established with Stockton, Rutgers and FDU with the aim of providing pathways for our students to achieve their educational goals. Our partnerships are strong, with each institution providing opportunity and choices for students who wish to transfer. These partnerships are featured on the College’s webpage.
As we move forward to “get the word out” and “tell our story,” more emphasis will be placed on promoting and marketing these agreements so the College community and the public are more aware of the great opportunities we provide for our students.
As these initiatives are reintroduced, I will be inviting you to attend any public announcements that are scheduled. On Friday, I sent our College community an invitation to a Stockton University and Atlantic Cape Partnership Signing. Continue reading
Atlantic Cape Community College will offer a Sanitation Training workshop, 9 a.m. – noon, on four Fridays, Oct. 6-27, at the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus, 1535 Bacharach Blvd.
This 12-hour workshop is a ServSafe Food Safety Training program, developed by the National Restaurant Association to teach restaurant and foodservice professionals how to prevent food-borne illnesses. Participants will learn the importance of proper food storage, preparation, cleaning and sanitizing to ensure safe food handling. Continue reading
Dr. Barbara Gaba, president of Atlantic Cape Community College, and Dr. Michael Palis, provost at Rutgers University-Camden, unveil the plaque at the tree planted in memory of Trooper Frankie L. Williams on Sept. 15.
Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University hosted a dedication in memory of New Jersey State Trooper Frankie L. Williams on Friday, Sept. 15, at the Rutgers Building located at Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing Campus.
Rutgers University and Atlantic Cape dedicated a tree, plaque and street sign in honor of lifelong learner and New Jersey State Police Trooper #7953 Frankie Williams. Speakers included Mr. Dean Wyks, assistant professor of Criminal Justice at Atlantic Cape and adjunct instructor at Rutgers; Dr. Barbara Gaba, president of Atlantic Cape; Dr. Michael Palis, provost at Rutgers University-Camden; Lt. Colonel Patrick Callahan, deputy superintendent of operation, New Jersey State Police; Trooper II Michael L. Korejko, New Jersey State Police #7222; and Dave Coskey, chairman, Board of Trustees at Atlantic Cape. Continue reading
Shawn Gorman, graphic designer, received his master’s degree in Internet Marketing from Full Sail University in Florida on Friday, Sept. 1. Gorman, who was named valedictorian of his graduating class, also received an Advanced Achievement Award, and Course Director Award in his Advanced Internet Marketing Strategies class.
Our condolences to William “Bill” Smith, WACC Security Officer, on the loss of his beloved mother, Rita Schiavo of Hammonton. She was 81.
A visitation will be held on Saturday, Sept. 16, beginning at 10 a.m. with a memorial service at noon at Boakes Funeral Home, 6050 Main Street, Mays Landing.
Expressions may be sent to Bill at 2260 Seventh Avenue, Hammonton, NJ 08037.
A message submitted by Nursing Skills Lab Manager Deborah Seaman:
Ani Tovmasian, left, and Carmen Mauceri look on as Nurse Petro demonstrates a nursing procedure.
The bi-annual Nursing Skills Expo, which is open to current Nursing Program students, was held on Aug. 23 and was well attended. The Expo held is conducted in the Nursing Skills and Simulation Lab and occurs between semesters to allow nursing students to brush-up on their previously learned nursing skills prior to entering the next semester. Skills practiced by the students included blood transfusion, intravenous fluid therapy, indwelling urinary catheter insertion and removal, nasogastric tube insertions and medication administration. Continue reading