2022 News

Five Men of Atlantic Cape receive jackets

Published on May 6, 2022

Men of Atlantic Cape (MAC), a retention program for Black and Latino students at Atlantic Cape Community College, hosted a jacket presentation ceremony for five students on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 at the Mays Landing campus.

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Atlantic Cape celebrates Community College Month

Published on April 4, 2022

Atlantic Cape Community College is celebrating Community College Month this April by joining the #CCMonth campaign, a monthlong grassroots education campaign coordinated by the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT).

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CFA recognizes Developmental Disability Awareness Month

Published on March 31, 2022

The Center for Accessibility recognized Developmental Disability Awareness Month in March by hosting an information table where visitors could read about the campaign and its history, as well as contribute by sharing thoughts on innovations that break down barriers for people with disabilities.

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Academy of Culinary Arts celebrates 40 years

Published on March 14, 2022

From globe-trotting pastry chefs to locally-renowned restaurateurs and everything in between, the Academy of Culinary Arts has been helping to mold, educate and elevate highly skilled culinary and hospitality professionals for four decades.

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Jerry Fox named 2022 Atlantic Cape Employee of the Year

Published on February 24, 2022

Gerald Fox is Atlantic Cape Community College’s 2022 Employee of the Year. Fox was selected by his peers from a group of 15 full-time employees at the college. The announcement was made during a Zoom meeting with Atlantic Cape President Dr. Barbara Gaba on Thursday, Feb. 3.

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Atlantic Cape hosts first responder training in Cape May County

Published on February 15, 2022

Atlantic Cape Community College’s Cape May County campus hosted the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office and Louisiana State University’s National Center for Biomedical Research and Training for their Active Threat Integrated Response Course for 30 local first responders Dec. 13-17.

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