Submitted by Dr. Tammy DeFranco
Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director of CMCC, and Wendy Gray, program officer, have been presenting many career workshops to students. Students stated that the workshops have been informative and have learned that there are many choices for them as well as finding out which degree is going to help towards their career goals.
Dr. Tammy DeFranco would like to give a special thank you to Cape Assist and their information table and clothesline project for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Awareness.
Clothesline Projects all over the world remind people of the real meaning of violence statistics that are often ignored. It originated in Hyannis, Massachusetts in 1990 when a member of the Cape Cod’s Women’s Defense Agenda learned that during the same time 58,000 soldiers were killed in the Vietnam War, 51,000 U.S. women were killed by the men who claimed to love them. http://clotheslineproject.info/
Breast Cancer Awareness at CMCC
Dr. Tammy DeFranco has provided an interactive display board for students and employees to sign a pink ribbon in honor and memory of someone that has breast cancer and/or is a survivor.
Fall Artwork on Display
Professors Cheryl Crews-Lynch and Mary Federici invited their students to display their fall artwork in our cafeteria. Wonderful job everyone…very creative.
Dr. Tammy DeFranco and Professor Helen McCaffery provide a memorial service to honor the lives that were lost in 9/11.
Congratulations to Maria Kellett, dean of the Cape May County Campus on her appointed position as Board of Director for the Cape May Chamber of Commerce.
N.A.M.I. Fall Fair
Student club N.A.M.I. had a wonderful Fall Fair at the Cape May County Campus. Students were painting pumpkins, sharing stories, and having a great time. Thank you N.A.M.I. and club adviser; Professor Mike Bolicki. We are looking forward to your next exciting event. The students had such an enjoyable time getting involved and engaged with this activity.
A big thank you to Dean Kellett, Cape May County Campus, for providing a selfie Halloween stand for us to enjoy. Pictured here are work-study student Michael Lewalski, Nancy Wolgemuth, career support; and Dr. Tammy DeFranco. We had a haunting good time.
Palm Trees in CMCC
No, you are not in Florida. The Cape May County Campus, with the many thanks to Pete Quinn, facilities, for donating the beautiful palm trees to our campus. Students and employees are enjoying the soothing feeling these palm trees are producing. Another thank you to Tim Cligget and Rob Townsend, facilities.