Here’s the Scoop–June 7, 2018

woman speaking at podiumDr. Denise Coulter, dean of liberal studies served as the keynote speaker for the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore Graduating Ambassador Event held at the GSJS PAC center in Farmingdale in May 2018. Approximately 30 graduating seniors were in attendance along with family members and trustees and employees of the GSJSCoulter encouraged the Ambassadors to pursue their dreams while keeping an open mind about pursuing unexpected opportunities when they arise. She discussed how the skills women acquire in Girl Scouts — leadership, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking — can be beneficial in navigating an ever-changing job market.

A message from Anna Simmons, College Relations: 

To all my colleagues and friends,

My heart is overjoyed with the love that was shown to me at my retirement party. I will always remember the kindness, laughter, tears, smiles and kind words. You all are my extended family and this is the beginning of my new life but I will never forget all that I’ve learned and experienced during my time at Atlantic Cape.  All my love. I wish you all good health. Thank you.

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

Professional Development Education Fair at AtlantiCare Medical Center, Mainland in Pomona, May 9.  Held during National Nurses Week, all employees of the AtlantiCare system were invited to see about pursuing a degree in Nursing and Allied Health fields. Elizabeth Moore represented Rutgers at Atlantic Cape.

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Dr. Gaba offering an address at the Cape May County High School Equivalency Graduation program on May 24:
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Thirty-seven eighth graders from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School in Atlantic City toured and heard a presentation about Atlantic Cape from Glenda Stogel on Wednesday, May 30:
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Salem Technical High School Career Fair, June 1:
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Volunteers are needed to represent the college and staff Atlantic Cape’s booth from 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. on June 30 at the Hamilton Township Hometown Celebration at War Memorial Park, 109 NJ-50, Mays Landing.

For more information or to volunteer, contact Carol Fraone at ext. 5009 or

Glenda Stogel, college recruiter, shared the following:

Marylin Managas, left, graduated from Atlantic Cape on May 17 with her associate in applied science degree in Radiologic Technology, and Hayam Swiha is pursuing the associate in applied science degree and has completed her first of two years in career intensive training.

The photo was taken at the graduation for the 25th class of the Shore Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology (SMCSRT) on May 22 in Somers Point.  The AAS degree in Radiologic Technology is a cooperative program connected with the SMCSRT.

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Stogel, pictured center, has been assisting them both since their initial inquiry to the college in 2013.

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