In The News–Dec. 8, 2017

newspaperThe college was mentioned in this ROI-NJ.com article about Rutgers University unveiling a new focus on drones.

Academy of Culinary Arts Chef Educator Annmarie Chelius was quoted in this ShoreNewsToday.com article about Farm-to-Schools Month.

ShoreNewsToday.com posted here about the Mack Charitable Foundation donating $10,000 toward Atlantic Cape scholarships.

The Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned in this Philadelphia Inquirer feature about ACA alumni Georgeann Leaming who is the executive chef of Gordon Ramsay Pub & Kitchen in Atlantic City.

The college was mentioned in this Cape May County Herald article about job-seekers and the One-Stop.

The opening of the Nonprofit Resource Center at the Cape May County Campus was featured here by the Cape May County Herald, and here by the Press of Atlantic City.  The AC Press also previewed the event here.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the Nov. 28 Board of Trustees meeting.

Careme’s Restaurant was featured here by At the Shore.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about hands-on FAFSA sessions being offered by the college.

The Press of Atlantic City posted here about the college offering a Nov. 4 DACA information session.

ShoreNewsToday.com featured the Dec. 2 Academy of Culinary Arts Breakfast with Santa that was held at the Hamilton Mall here.

ShoreNewsToday.com posted here about Bacharach donating funds toward Atlantic Cape nursing scholarships.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about Heather Fischer being named the 2018 Atlantic Cape Community College Employee of the Year.

Inauguration Coverage

woman smilingPhiladelphia Inquirer: Jersey Shore community college installs first woman and African American as president

Press of Atlantic City: Barbara Gaba sworn in as first woman and first black president at Atlantic Cape

Black Enterprise: 4 Black Women Who’ve Recently Made History In Their Local Communities

Cape May County Herald: Dr. Gaba Invested as Atlantic Cape’s 9th President

The Philadelphia Sunday Sun: Dr. Barbara Gaba installed as first woman and African-American president of New Jersey’s Atlantic Cape Community College

SNJ Today: First Woman and African American President Inaugurated at Atlantic Cape

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