Here’s the Scoop–April 20, 2018

A message from Human Resources: 

The college will be closed Monday, May 28, 2018 for Memorial Day.

Summer hours (flex time) will begin Tuesday, May 29, 2018.

Support personnel normally working 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. will work 8 a.m.-4:37 p.m. or  8:30 a.m.-5:07 p.m.  During the four-day work week, support staff work 32.5 hours per week, a 2.5-hour reduction.

Facilities, non-office personnel, will work four 10-hour days.
Please consult with your supervisor regarding your precise reporting and dismissal times.

Management, counselor and librarian personnel should maintain a 37.5-hour schedule per week during this period

Leave time taken during summer hours will be charged at hours paid, not hours worked.

A vacation week during summer hours is charged at 35 or 40 hours, not 32.5 or 37.5, respectively. One leave day is charged at 8.75 hours for staff and 10 hours for management/counselors/librarians.

Regular hours resume Monday, Aug. 20, 2018.


Lydia Lehr, associate professor of art, and about 15 students from her Art History 109 class visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art on March 31.

Student Tram Nguyen captured some images from the trip:

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two men smiling in front of sign

Michael Barnes, assistant director, and Chad Bullock, senior manager, represented the Center for Accessibility at the NJEA Higher Education Conference on April 13-14.

They presented the topic “Fostering a Culture of Accessibility in Higher Education” and discussed with local schools on topics related to disability support services and best practices.

For more information about the conference, visit the following link:

 


Twenty poets took part in the Poetry Reading that was held Thursday, April 12, in the STEM Building lobby of the Mays Landing Campus.

Poets included Joel Dias-Porter, Barbara Daniels, Cole Eubanks and Robbie Clipper, as well as Atlantic Cape’s Rich Russell, Janet Marler, Heather Boone, Paul-Victor Winters, Isn O’Neil, Joann Taylor and Elinor Mattern.


Carol Fraone, college recruiter, shared the following admissions and recruitment updates:

“Be on a Vet” Job Fair on April 19 in Atlantic City:

man and woman smiling at table

“College Awareness Day” on April 13 at the Mays Landing Campus:

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“Evening with the Stars” event on April 4 at the Mays Landing Campus:

 

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