Atlantic Cape Community College News at Atlantic Cape Community College Mays Landing Woman Named to 2016 Collegiate Archery All-American Team <p><strong></strong>Atlantic Cape Community College archer Lorena Koidl of Mays Landing was named to the 2016 Collegiate Archery All-American Team, a distinction that combines results from Collegiate Indoor and Outdoor National Championship Competitions and recognizes the top overall finishers.</p> <p>The Atlantic Cape Community College Archery Team competed in the Outdoor National Championship May 19-22, at Michigan State University. More than 400 archers representing 40 different colleges from across the country participated in the four-day competition.&nbsp;</p> <p>Atlantic Cape Archers finished in the following places in individual competition:</p> <p><strong>Male Recurve:</strong></p> <p>Phil Holmer (Northfield) &ndash; 35<sup>th</sup></p> <p>Jacob Verret (Absecon) &ndash; 44<sup>th</sup></p> <p>Andrew Ciurcak (Woodbine) &ndash; 55<sup>th</sup></p> <p><strong>Female Recurve:</strong></p> <p>Aimee Fischer (Mays Landing) &ndash; 29<sup>th</sup></p> <p>Danielle Ziegler (Franklinville) &ndash; 34<sup>th</sup></p> <p>Ariella Mossman (Somers Point) &ndash; 40<sup>th</sup></p> <p><strong>Male Compound:</strong></p> <p>Chris Ferraro (Hammonton) &ndash; 20<sup>th</sup></p> <p><strong>Female Compound:</strong></p> <p>Rosie Williams (Petersburg) &ndash; 15<sup>th</sup></p> <p>Christine Papaycik (Egg Harbor Township) &ndash; 20<sup>th</sup></p> <p>Kerri Byrne (Egg Harbor Township) &ndash; 31<sup>st</sup></p> <p><strong>Male Bowhunter:</strong></p> <p>Steve Church (Cape May) &ndash; 34<sup>th</sup></p> <p><strong>Female Bowhunter: </strong></p> <p>Lorena Koidl (Mays Landing) &ndash; 5<sup>th</sup></p> <p>Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s team is led by long-time archers Chad Affrunti of Atco and John Repnicki of Galloway. Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s archery team has a history of success, producing more than 50 All-American archers and hosting the U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships three times.</p> <p>For more information on Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s archery team, visit</p> Atlantic Cape, Fairleigh Dickinson Sign Scholars Agreement <p>Atlantic Cape Community College and Fairleigh Dickinson University signed a Scholars Program agreement May 26, providing dual admission and financial incentives to students who wish to begin their education at Atlantic Cape and transfer to FDU with an associate degree.</p> <p>The Atlantic Cape-FDU Scholars Program is available for first-time college students who complete an Intent to Enroll prior to completing 30 credits at Atlantic Cape.</p> <p>Admission to FDU would be contingent upon: successful completion of an A.A., A.S., or A.A.S. degree at Atlantic Cape, completing an application for admission, and meeting all admissions standards at FDU.</p> <p>Students who enroll in the program will be eligible for a 40 percent reduction in FDU tuition. Students who are members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Atlantic Cape will receive an $18,000 scholarship to attend FDU. Other financial incentives include an annual $1,000 merit scholarship for students with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 and a $2,500 scholarship for students who qualify for NJ STARS II.</p> <p>&ldquo;Atlantic Cape is excited about the opportunity to expand our partnership with Fairleigh Dickinson University and provide local residents another cost-effective pathway to a baccalaureate degree,&rdquo; said Dr. Peter L. Mora, Atlantic Cape president. &ldquo;Developing partnerships like this will make our community stronger and lead to more highly skilled graduates to support our local workforce.&rdquo;</p> <p>FDU offers a bachelor&rsquo;s degree in Individualized Studies with specializations in&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Business &amp; Technology, Hospitality Management and Health &amp; Human Services Administration, as well as a master&rsquo;s of Hospitality Management Studies, at Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s Mays Landing Campus. Students who opt to enroll in programs at FDU&rsquo;s Metropolitan or Florham campuses will receive a $1,500 annual housing grant through the Scholars Program.</p> <p>The agreement is for a term of five years and would be reviewed, with extensions presumed to be approved</p> <p>&ldquo;Access to affordable education is so critical today, and now Atlantic Cape students will have more opportunities to achieve their academic goals,&rdquo; said FDU President Sheldon Drucker. &ldquo;Our goal is to make a quality, private education affordable throughout New Jersey and we look forward to graduating the next class of Atlantic Cape students.&rdquo;</p> <p>For more information, visit <a href="../../studentServ/degreePartners.htm"></a>.</p> <p><strong>About FDU</strong></p> <p>Fairleigh Dickinson University is the largest private university in New Jersey. FDU is a not-for-profit, nonsectarian, multi-campus institution. Founded in 1942, FDU achieved four-year status in 1948, and approval as a university in 1956. The university offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including doctoral programs in nursing practice, clinical psychology and school psychology; and an AACSB-accredited business school. FDU&rsquo;s 12,000 full- and part-time students pursue quality career-oriented programs on schedules tailored to their needs.</p> <p><strong>About Atlantic Cape</strong></p> <p>Atlantic Cape Community College is a comprehensive, two-year college offering flexible, affordable learning for students of all ages since 1966. Atlantic Cape serves residents of Atlantic and Cape May counties at three full-service campuses in Mays Landing, Atlantic City and Cape May Court House. The Mays Landing Campus, which encompasses 541 acres in New Jersey&rsquo;s picturesque Pinelands, houses several academic buildings, the Academy of Culinary Arts with eight teaching kitchens and a full-service gourmet restaurant, and a state-of-the-art Science, Technology, Engineering and Math building. The Cape May County Campus opened in 2005, providing access to all college programs and amenities close to home. The Worthington Atlantic City Campus houses the Casino Career Institute, which includes a mock casino floor and slot machines, the Health Professions Institute, where students train for careers in allied and auxiliary health fields, and the Caesars Entertainment Wing for Hospitality and Gaming Studies.</p> Trustees Approve Contracts and Purchases at May Meeting <p>Atlantic Cape Community College&rsquo;s Board of Trustees approved contracts and purchases when it met May 24 at the Cape May County Campus.</p> <p><strong>Contracts and Purchases:</strong></p> <p>--U.S. Security Associates Inc., Atlantic City, contract extension through Dec. 31, 2016, not to exceed $415,000 for the term of the entire contract, Dec. 6, 2015-Dec. 31, 2016.</p> <p>--Audit services, two-year contract, Bowman &amp; Company LLP, Woodbury, $81,100.</p> <p>--Cafeteria furniture, W.S. Goff Company Inc., Mays Landing, $44,799.</p> <p>--Video communication equipment, Troxell Communications, Lumberton, $59,392.</p> <p><strong>In Grant Activity, the Board:</strong></p> <p>--Approved accepting a subgrant from the New Jersey Space Grant Program of Rutgers University for a grant of $15,000 for the college&rsquo;s Aviation Studies program to participate in an aeronautical research project over the anticipated term of Sept. 1, 2016-June 1, 2017.</p> <p>--Approved accepting a subgrant of $500 from the New Jersey Council of County Colleges to provide professional development for Early Intervention Programming.</p> <p>--Approved accepting a subgrant of $500 from the New Jersey Council of County Colleges to send an Accelerated Learning Program faculty member to the Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education.</p> <p><strong>In Other Business, the Board:</strong></p> <p>--Approved the April 2016 financial statement.</p> <p>--Granted an honorary Associate in Arts degree to Professor Nina Stolzenberg, Ph.D., in recognition of her admirable service and lasting contributions to Atlantic Cape as the 2016 Beacons by the Sea Visiting Professor.</p> <p>--Granted an honorary Associate in Science degree to the Honorable H. Robert Switzer in recognition of his admirable service as the keynote speaker at the 49<sup>th</sup> annual commencement.</p> <p><strong>In the President&rsquo;s Report:</strong></p> <p>--Dr. Peter L. Mora, president, introduced Holly Schultheis, advisor of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, who gave an overview of the role of the organization and its participation in PTK Day in Trenton this month.</p> <p>--Dr. Mora provided an update on the May 19 commencement, where the college awarded 854 associate degrees.</p> <p>--Dr. Otto Hernandez, vice president of academic affairs, detailed a new agreement with Rutgers University&mdash;Camden that will allow nursing students to complete three years of a Bachelor&rsquo;s of Nursing at Atlantic Cape and transfer their credits to Rutgers. &ldquo;This is the first time in our history we have entered into an agreement like this. It adds a lot of value to our students,&rdquo; Hernandez said.</p> <p><strong>The next meeting of the Board of Trustees will be held at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 28, at the Mays Landing Campus. All are welcome to attend.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; </strong></p> <p>Atlantic Cape Community College is offering a free financial aid information session at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 21, at Atlantic Cape Community College&rsquo;s Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus, 1535 Bacharach Blvd., Room 297.</p> <p>This free workshop is designed to educate students and their parents about the various forms of financial aid available, how to apply and important deadlines and documents.</p> <p>For more information and to RSVP, contact Carol Fraone at (609) 343-5009 or</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> College Offices Closing at 2 PM, Friday, May 27 <p>Offices at all Atlantic Cape campuses will close at 2 PM, Friday, May 27, for an employee event. Please plan to conduct any in-person business at the college before 2 PM.</p> <p>The college will reopen at 8 a.m., Tuesday, May 31.</p> <p>Atlantic Cape Community College conferred the seventh annual President&rsquo;s Distinguished Alumni Award to Gloryvie Reyes, a senior probation officer, and Terri Schieder, a health care executive, at the 49<sup>th</sup> annual commencement, May 19.</p> <p>&nbsp;Reyes of Sicklerville graduated from Atlantic Cape in 2001 with associate degrees in psychology and general studies. She continued her education at Rowan University, receiving a bachelor&rsquo;s in psychology. Reyes now works as a senior bilingual probation officer in adult supervision&ndash;sex offender unit at Gloucester Country Probation Department. She is a leader for the Latina-Hispanic Network, the Professional Latinas Alliance and the Hispanic Alliance of Atlantic County.</p> <p>Schieder of Somers Point is a 1979 Atlantic Cape nursing graduate who went on to receive a bachelor&rsquo;s in nursing from Stockton University, a master&rsquo;s of science degree in trauma/critical care from University of Maryland, Graduate School of Nursing; and a master&rsquo;s in business administration from Fox School of Business at Temple University. She currently serves as vice president for Business Development and Clinical Integration at AtlantiCare Health System. Schieder has worked for AtlantiCare since 1981.</p> <p>&nbsp;The award, initiated by Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s Alumni Association Advisory Committee, recognizes an Atlantic Cape graduate who has displayed professional, personal, public or community-based accomplishments. Past recipients include: Stephen Dunn, science researcher; Thomas Innocente, retired professor and law enforcement officer; Dr. Valerie Travis-Reese, a New Jersey licensed professional counselor, Atlantic City Attorney Katherine Morris; Linwood Attorney Michael R. Rann; and Janice Fipp, former superintendent of Northfield Community School.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Fine Arts Workshop to Teach Watercolor Basics June 15 at Atlantic Cape Community College <p>Atlantic Cape Community College will offer a fine arts workshop called &ldquo;Watercolor Basics,&rdquo; 1:15-4:15 p.m., Wednesday, June 15.</p> <p>Rita Michalenko, associate professor of art at Atlantic Cape, will instruct participants on basic watercolor techniques during the workshop. Topics include an orientation to watercolor materials including watercolor paints, various types of paper, brushes, color value, color mixing, and methods of application.&nbsp;This is a perfect class for the beginner who wants to learn about watercolor, the equipment and basic techniques without making the investment of watercolor materials.&nbsp;</p> <p>The fee is $30. Supplies are included. The workshop will meet in K-136 at the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.</p> <p>To register, call (609) 343-5655 or visit &nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Atlantic Cape Community College conferred the sixth President&rsquo;s Distinguished Foundation Board Member Award to Matthew Moeller of Avalon at the college&rsquo;s 49<sup>th</sup> annual commencement, May 19.</p> <p class="Default">Moeller joined the board in 2003, and has never missed a board meeting, Atlantic Cape Community College Restaurant Gala or Scramble Fore Scholarships Golf Tournament. He also has supported all the Foundation&rsquo;s fundraising efforts and made significant contributions of his time and talent to the Create Opportunity Capital Campaign. Moeller has a passion for ensuring access to education and a concern for people less fortunate than himself, which inspired his support of the college and Atlantic Cape students. Matt and his wife, Lydia, established an endowed scholarship for nursing students, and donated to the STEM building initiative by securing a naming opportunity and creating the Moeller Family Learning Lobby.</p> <p class="Default">In addition to his efforts on the Foundation Board, Moeller also served as a senior adjunct instructor at Atlantic Cape for 15 years, teaching real estate courses.</p> <p>&ldquo;Atlantic Cape is very fortunate to have such wonderful, generous Foundation Trustees such as Matt Moeller, who serve tirelessly for others. Matt truly believes in the work of the Foundation, which supports Atlantic Cape and its students. He was a driving force in the Create Opportunity Campaign, serving on the Campaign Cabinet and continues to inspire others to support Atlantic Cape,&rdquo; said Jean McAlister, executive director of the Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation.</p> <p>The award, initiated by a special committee of the Foundation Board, recognizes a current or past member of the board who has demonstrated leadership, advocacy and support on behalf of the college and its students. Past recipients include Dennis Stacy of Northfield; Diane T. McKoy of Mays Landing; Robert Mullock of Cape May; Charles Pessagno of Galloway; and James Cooper, Esq., of Margate, President Emeritus of the Foundation.</p> <p>Atlantic Cape established the Foundation in 1978 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity to build a broad base of financial support for its programs and services. Foundation members are drawn from local industry and small businesses and represent a broad cross-section of active leaders in the community. The Foundation has raised more than $3 million for scholarships, Foundation operations and to enhance academic programs and the campus environment. Annually, the Foundation provides nearly $300,000 for institutional scholarships, grants and emergency assistance.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Atlantic Cape Community College will offer a variety of credit courses this summer to accommodate a range of lifestyles. Whether you&rsquo;re a current student, recent high school graduate or attending a four-year college and home for the summer, you can earn credits toward your degree during Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s summer sessions. Choose from courses in art, aviation, business, communication, computers, English, math, science and more.</p> <p>Students can register at the college&rsquo;s Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike; the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus, 1535 Bacharach Blvd.; and the Cape May County Campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Upcoming summer sessions include:</p> <ul> <li>Second session, June 27-Aug. 18; in-person registration deadline June 24; online, fax or mail deadline June 27</li> <li>Third session, July 11-Aug. 18; in-person registration deadline July 8; online, fax or mail deadline July 11</li> </ul> <p>To view a complete list of summer courses and to register online, visit <a href="../../webadvisor"></a>. Regular registration hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays. The college will be closed May 30 and July 4, and on Fridays, June 3 through Aug. 19. Fall semester classes begin Aug. 29.</p> <p>The college accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Payment is due at the time of registration. To register online or view an updated schedule of summer and fall courses, visit <a href="../../"></a>. For more information, email <a href=""></a> or call (609) 343-5000, 625-1111, ext. 5000, or 463-3960 in Cape May County.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> College Awards 854 Degrees at Commencement <p>Atlantic Cape Community College awarded 854 associate in arts, associate in science and associate in applied science degrees at the school&rsquo;s 49<sup>th</sup> commencement, Thursday, May 19. The Honorable H. Robert Switzer of Egg Harbor Township delivered the keynote address.</p> <p>High honors student <a href="../../about/news/article.php?article=2489">Kristina Krautblatt</a> of Brigantine, who achieved a perfect 4.0 average, delivered the class farewell. Krautblatt earned an associate degree in psychology. She shared with graduates how she did not begin her college career until 20 years after high school, and did not want a traditional life. &ldquo;I didn't feel like high school was teaching me what I wanted to learn, and I thought college would be four more years of the same. So, I didn&rsquo;t really know what I wanted to do, all I knew is that I didn&rsquo;t want to follow the traditional life path that is laid out for us,&rdquo; Krautblatt said. &ldquo;We are moldable, adaptable creatures. Our fears, attitudes, and beliefs about ourselves and the world around us are not set in stone! We can continue to grow and learn at any age.&rdquo;</p> <p>Student Government Association President Katherine Melo of Mays Landing, who will transfer into the Nursing Program at Atlantic Cape, told the graduates: &ldquo;Be bold and fearless. The world needs new, fresh ideas! The world needs you! Don&rsquo;t conform or be afraid to try and fail. Failure is an important ingredient to success. Failure should be our teacher, not our undertaker. It is a temporary detour, not a dead end. Failure is something we can avoid only by saying nothing, doing nothing, and being nothing. So take risks, challenge your fears and continue to broaden your horizons.&rdquo;</p> <p>Gloryvie Reyes and Terri Schieder received the President&rsquo;s Distinguished Alumni Award, which recognizes an Atlantic Cape graduate who has distinguished him or herself through professional, personal, public or community-based accomplishments. Reyes graduated from Atlantic Cape in 2001 with associate degrees in psychology and general studies, and now works as a senior bilingual probation officer at Gloucester Country Probation Department. Schieder is a 1979 Atlantic Cape nursing graduate who went on to become an experienced health care executive in strategic and clinical operations, currently serving as vice president for Business Development and Clinical Integration at AtlantiCare Health System.</p> <p class="Default">Matthew D. Moeller of Haddonfield, member of the Atlantic Cape Foundation Board of Trustees, received the President&rsquo;s Distinguished Foundation Board Member Award, which recognizes a current or past member of the board who has demonstrated leadership, advocacy and support on behalf of the college and its students.</p> <p>Alma Albarran-Martinez of Hammonton was elected by the student body to serve as alumni representative to the college&rsquo;s Board of Trustees, and was recognized.</p> <p>Maria Ivette Torres, Board of Trustees chairperson, conferred and presented degrees to the graduates.</p> <p><strong><a href="../../about/news/article.php?article=2491"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Class of 2016 List of Graduates</span> </a></strong></p> Earn Your Degree Online at Atlantic Cape Community College <p>Atlantic Cape Community College will offer more than 100 courses online this fall as an option for those unable to attend classes in a traditional setting. The college offers 12 associate degree programs entirely online, as well as credits toward any of the college&rsquo;s 49 degree programs. Fall classes begin Aug. 29.</p> <p>Register online at or in person, Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at any of the college&rsquo;s three locations: Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike; the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus, 1535 Bacharach Blvd.; and the Cape May County Campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House.</p> <p>Some online options this fall are: Financial Accounting, Essentials of Culinary Nutrition, Graphic Design, Criminal Law, Composition I, Educational Psychology, Western World I, College Algebra and more.</p> <p>Courses are accessible 24/7, so students can log on and work at their convenience.</p> <p>Atlantic Cape was the first community college in New Jersey to offer a full degree program at a distance, to accommodate the 24-hour schedules of casino and tourism employees.</p> <p>The degree programs that are available entirely online include:&nbsp;Business, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Computer Programming, Computer Systems Support, Database Design and Development, General Studies, History, Literature, Office Systems Technology, Psychology and Social Science.</p> <p>&nbsp;In 2015, the college was named one of the &ldquo;50 Best Online Community Colleges&rdquo; by Best Value Schools.</p> <p>&ldquo;The courses are particularly convenient for parents of young children, those in the military, police officers, firefighters, the disabled, those recovering from illness and those who have flexible work schedules,&rdquo; said Michelle Perkins, director of instructional technology.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>For more information, email <a href=""></a> or call (609) 343-5000, 625-1111, ext. 5000, or 463-3960 in Cape May County.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> GRADUATION SUCCESS STORY: Absecon Graduate Hopes to Inspire Millions Through Teaching <p>Barry Edwards, 23, of Absecon, will graduate from Atlantic Cape with an associate degree in English with Elementary/Middle School Education, and move on to Rowan University to continue his path to becoming an educator.</p> <p>&ldquo;I want to achieve greatness in my eyes. I want to inspire millions to know they can succeed. I ultimately want to do this by starting off as a teacher,&rdquo; Edwards said.</p> <p>His biggest challenge during his college career was not letting negative people affect him. He had to learn how to be even more positive to overcome those who were comfortable being stagnant.</p> <p>When asked how he overcame this challenge, he said, &ldquo;With people, you have to realize either you will die laughing at all of the funny things in life, or you will die crying and regretting. I do not know about other people, but I'm going to be crying a lot from laughing so hard.&rdquo;</p> <p>Edwards said that since attending Atlantic Cape, he has become more social, outgoing and a better leader. He credits his experiences at Atlantic Cape, as well as the Disney College Program. During his time at Atlantic Cape, Edwards was secretary, treasurer and, eventually president, of Rewrites Literary Magazine.</p> <p>When reflecting on what it means to graduate from Atlantic Cape, Edwards replied, &ldquo;I completed something in my life. My mother can bring me up in conversation about how proud she is of her son. I am one step closer to being the hero of hope who students like myself have been waiting for.&rdquo;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> GRADUATION SUCCESS STORY: Egg Harbor Township Mother and Daughter Graduate with Degrees in Computer Programming <p>Stephanie Miner, 45, and daughter Amanda Miner, 21, both of Egg Harbor Township, will graduate with associate degrees in computer programming from Atlantic Cape Community College May 19. Stephanie plans to continue her education and hopefully move into a staff engineer position at IGT, where she currently works full time. Amanda aspires to a career as a game designer.</p> <p>Both mother and daughter faced challenges during their college careers. Stephanie said her biggest challenge was going back to school after so long.&nbsp;</p> <p>&ldquo;I started back in the summer of 2014 and had to get in the swing of classes as well as a full-time job and taking care of two exceptional daughters,&rdquo; she said.</p> <p>When asked what she did to manage these challenges, Stephanie replied, &ldquo;Worked hard and set aside time to complete my school work so that I didn&rsquo;t fall behind.&rdquo;</p> <p>Amanda faced a similar challenge, with having to work at the same time as attending Atlantic Cape. To overcome this challenge, she became a work-study student.</p> <p>&ldquo;If you don&rsquo;t go beyond what you already know you will never grow&rdquo; is Stephanie&rsquo;s philosophy for success, which mirrors her vast achievements during her time at Atlantic Cape.</p> <p>&ldquo;In the past two years, I have received a total of three associate degrees, as well as four certificates from my different studies.&nbsp; I am extremely happy today to be graduating with my oldest daughter, Amanda.&nbsp;I am so proud of her&shy;&ndash; she started right after high school and finished her degree in five semesters, she didn&rsquo;t let things stop her like I did back then.&nbsp;She is an extremely intelligent young woman and I am very proud of her.&rdquo;</p> <p>Her mother&rsquo;s sentiments echo Amanda&rsquo;s own recipe for success: &ldquo;Do or do not, there is no try. I believe that if you cannot motivate yourself to accomplish what you want to do, then even with trying you will not get as far then having that motivation to get it.</p> <p>&ldquo;This means a lot to me, because a lot of people in my past have told me that I would not be lucky enough to get this degree. Because of that I was able to get the drive to prove them wrong, and now that I did, I am happy with myself because I know I can do it, and I am going for the next step and getting a bachelor&rsquo;s degree, too,&rdquo; concluded Amanda.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Academy of Culinary Arts Awards Medals To New Chefs at May 16 Ceremony <p>The Academy of Culinary Arts awarded culinary medals and certificates to 25 new chefs and baking and pastry professionals prepared with the latest culinary knowledge on Monday, May 16.</p> <p>Fifteen graduates honed their skills in the Academy&rsquo;s Culinary Arts program, and nine completed the Baking and Pastry program. One short-term specialization certificate in Baking and Pastry was awarded.</p> <p>The awards ceremony was held in Atlantic Cape Community College&rsquo;s Walter Edge Theater on the Mays Landing Campus, and honored the graduates with gold, silver or bronze medals or certificates based on their grade point averages and criteria established by the American Culinary Federation. Specialization graduates received certificates of completion. A reception at Careme&rsquo;s, the on-campus, student-run gourmet restaurant, followed the ceremony.</p> <p>Amanda Giamporcaro of Blue Anchor was named valedictorian and winner of the Nathan Schwartz Award, which is presented to the top student of each graduating class.</p> <p>The keynote speaker was Cookie Till, owner of Steve and Cookie&rsquo;s By the Bay. Till advised graduates, &ldquo;You know it&rsquo;s a challenging, even grueling (career). If you are serious about working in this industry, what&rsquo;s the one thing you will need? Passion. The passion I speak of is for and about the food.&rdquo;</p> <p>Kyle Timpson, Lorena Koidl and Giamporcaro were recognized for their roles as officers of the Culinary Student Association and Baking and Pastry Club.</p> <p>Chef Kelly McClay, Academy of Culinary Arts dean, closed the ceremony encouraging students to continue their education both in the classroom and on the job. &ldquo;You will always have the support and resources of the school to help you reach your goals,&rdquo; she said. &ldquo;Engage with your community. Become a part of something bigger.&rdquo;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Honorees, their hometowns (by county) and their awards are: </strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>ATLANTIC</strong></p> <p><strong>Duane Bair</strong>, Absecon &mdash; Certificate, Baking &amp; Pastry Specialization</p> <p><strong>Wesley Cahill</strong>, Brigantine &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Itka Drinkard</strong>, Galloway &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Alice Drummond</strong>, Egg Harbor City &mdash; Silver, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>Nysha Melton</strong>, Galloway &mdash; Bronze, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>Dylan Schaeffer</strong>, Egg Harbor Township &mdash; Silver, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>Jonathon Stokes</strong>, Egg Harbor City &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Moises Vera</strong>, Absecon &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Xiaochaun Wu</strong>, Galloway &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>BURLINGTON</strong></p> <p><strong>Lenna Hur</strong>, Medford &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Eric Larmore</strong>, Lumberton &mdash; Certificate, Culinary Arts</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>CAMDEN</strong></p> <p><strong>Ashley DeMarco</strong>, Clementon &mdash; Silver, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>Amanda Giamporcaro</strong>, Blue Anchor &mdash; Gold, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Thomas Hayes</strong>, Sicklerville &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Thomas Louis</strong>, Blackwood &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Kyle Timpson</strong>, Cape May Court House &mdash; Bronze, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>CAPE MAY</strong></p> <p><strong>Adam Prettyman</strong>, North Cape May &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts<br /> <strong>Nicholas Roash</strong>, Cape May &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>GLOUCESTER</strong></p> <p><strong>Rosemary Plantarich</strong>, Williamstown &mdash; Silver, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>Alicia Pugliese</strong>, Newfield &mdash; Silver, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>Halie Andersen</strong>, Mullica Hill &mdash; Bronze, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>MIDDLESEX</strong></p> <p><strong>Lauren Petrovski</strong>, Old Bridge &mdash; Bronze, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>OCEAN</strong></p> <p><strong>Lorena Koidl</strong>, Point Pleasant Beach &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Anthony Santone</strong>, Toms River &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>David Coleman</strong>, Forked River &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The ACA has been training future chefs for more than 30 years. Academy graduates can be found in kitchens around the world in major hotel and restaurant chains, while others have gone on to open their own restaurants and catering businesses. For more information about the Academy of Culinary Arts, call 1-800-645&#8209;CHEF, email <a href=""></a>, or visit the ACA online at &nbsp;</p> <p><a href="../../aca/"></a>.</p> <p>Fall classes begin Monday, Aug. 29. Seats and scholarships are available. To register, call Valerie Weller at (609) 343-4944.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2016 Atlantic Cape Graduate List <p><strong>2016 Atlantic Cape Graduate List</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>ATLANTIC COUNTY</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Absecon</strong></p> <p>Julia A. Belmonte</p> <p>Michael S. Bengis</p> <p>Stephen R. Bowen</p> <p>Jason L. Brown</p> <p>Justin Chubb</p> <p>Eric Robert Conklin</p> <p>Barry D. Edwards</p> <p>Amanda J. Endicott</p> <p>Christine L. Fireall</p> <p>Sahirah-Thema Hughes</p> <p>William D. Lapenz, III</p> <p>Holly M. Lowther</p> <p>Chantal M. Munoz-Diaz</p> <p>Deep K. Patel</p> <p>Dayanira Quinones</p> <p>Christina L. Reaves</p> <p>Odalis I. Robles</p> <p>Cynthia L. Sabatini</p> <p>Jonathan M. Snyder</p> <p>Andrew M. Spadaro</p> <p>Latoya Toulson</p> <p>Antonio M. Valentin</p> <p>Stephen Weber</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Atlantic City</strong></p> <p>Fatirah I. Abdul Kareem</p> <p>Tahirah R. Abdullah</p> <p>Karen J. Aikens</p> <p>Mike Batista</p> <p>Fardus A. Begum</p> <p>Rashawn A. Blount</p> <p>Haseeb H. Bukhari</p> <p>Esther Cenat</p> <p>Jalisa Q. Chance</p> <p>Eric D. Cook</p> <p>Ricky D. De Guzman</p> <p>Christina I. Delcher</p> <p>Angel O. Deleon</p> <p>Nicholas J. Dicioccio</p> <p>Ladonna N. Dickerson</p> <p>Kirsta J. Dixon</p> <p>Whitney R. Downing</p> <p>Steven T. Duong</p> <p>Lyron T. Elmore</p> <p>Luisa S. Espichan</p> <p>Abou Fofana</p> <p>Latosh T. Forrest</p> <p>Leonardo E. Garcia</p> <p>Melissa Garzon</p> <p>Saiful Gauhar</p> <p>Renzo D. Goicochea-Aquino</p> <p>Latoya L. Gunter</p> <p>Cindy A. Guzman</p> <p>Turik L. Hamilton</p> <p>Donita I. Harmon</p> <p>Martel Harper</p> <p>Asiqul Hoque</p> <p>Tyreek L. Irons</p> <p>Adam D. Johnson</p> <p>Kamal P. Johnson</p> <p>Humayon Kabir</p> <p>Muhammad M. Khan</p> <p>Fatimak Lewis</p> <p>Taissa T. Livingston</p> <p>Jessica Lopez</p> <p>Mohammed S. Mannan</p> <p>Lotoya A. Maraj</p> <p>Janelee Marcial Lugo</p> <p>Casandra Marshall</p> <p>Karlarta N. Mayfield</p> <p>James A. McDevitt</p> <p>Andrea Y. Mendoza Gonzalez</p> <p>Jonathan Mercado</p> <p>Lakeisa T. Mitchell</p> <p>Raysa T. Momperousse</p> <p>Takysha C. Moore</p> <p>John K. Moto-Borders</p> <p>Luc T. Nguyen</p> <p>Ricky T. Nguyen</p> <p>Jamira Y. Norwood</p> <p>Benjamin Ogunleye</p> <p>Lynette H. Passley</p> <p>Gaetano S. Puglisi</p> <p>Peachy S. Puzon</p> <p>Sakiyah M. Quick</p> <p>Md S. Rashid</p> <p>Richard D. Rodriguez</p> <p>Nashid Salaam, Jr.</p> <p>Kyle J. Schachner</p> <p>Asmar A. Shah</p> <p>Sucriya A. Shannon</p> <p>Esther Simeon</p> <p>Oginga J. Stott</p> <p>Rebeka Sultana</p> <p>Valencia D. Thompson-Manago</p> <p>Jaycee E. Tinitigan</p> <p>Lakenya Torrence</p> <p>Amy H. Trinh</p> <p>Natacha Velasquez</p> <p>Zenaida R. Vializ</p> <p>Huy Q. Vu</p> <p>Luz M. Yana-Romero</p> <p>Rejoana Yesmin</p> <p>Angie N. Zelaya</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Brigantine</strong></p> <p>Diego J. Barrantes</p> <p>John E. Bewley</p> <p>John L. Bove</p> <p>Kimberly L. Boyd</p> <p>Rebecca E. Broome</p> <p>Bingyan Cai</p> <p>Meghan K. Dawson</p> <p>Kristina Krautblatt</p> <p>Anthony A. Lanzilotti</p> <p>Selina D. McKinster</p> <p>Komal Mughal</p> <p>Nawsheen I. Promee</p> <p>William R. Ryan</p> <p>Maria L. Saccoccia</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Buena</strong></p> <p>Allison M. Santoro</p> <p>Nathaniel N. Sepulveda</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Collings Lakes</strong></p> <p>Taylor M. Borz</p> <p>Zachary W. Fountas</p> <p>Alexis M. Pino</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Corbin City</strong></p> <p>Michael N. Lupton</p> <p>Robert Winder</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Dorothy</strong></p> <p>Elizabeth M. Birch</p> <p>Teresa L. Camp</p> <p>Tina M. Santiago</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Egg Harbor City</strong></p> <p>Marcos J. Aguina</p> <p>Olga V. Asadulaeva</p> <p>Heizel Bastidas</p> <p>Jennifer L. Bell</p> <p>Dallas N. Brooks</p> <p>Robin C. Cruz</p> <p>Nicole L. D&rsquo;Agostino</p> <p>Jennifer I. Dasaro</p> <p>Anthony J. Dellavecchia, Jr.</p> <p>Stephanie M. Devlin</p> <p>Walli V. Forman</p> <p>Matthew P. Galloway</p> <p>Tawana N. Gant</p> <p>John A. Guttschall</p> <p>Jacob T. Kertz</p> <p>Michael Kragh</p> <p>Kelly A. Mankow-Fazzino</p> <p>Albie D. Mansfield</p> <p>Matthew M. Ordille</p> <p>Dawn M. Ponzio</p> <p>Jarrid A. Saint Germain</p> <p>Jessica E. Silipigni</p> <p>Annemarie Steelman</p> <p>Tamarra C. Thomas</p> <p>Christina M. Tirimacco</p> <p>Michael D. Torres</p> <p>Keith S. Wagner</p> <p>Alison E. Wells</p> <p>Amanda L. Wright</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Egg Harbor Township</strong></p> <p>Kelly A. Acevedo</p> <p>Mary O. Addo</p> <p>Andoria L. Addonizio</p> <p>Delaney M. Alton</p> <p>Tania Z. Alvarado</p> <p>Nicolina B. Anzalone</p> <p>Daniella I. Arrubla</p> <p>Shaira May D. Binghoy</p> <p>Maria N. Borsani</p> <p>Nicole A. Bowker</p> <p>Saige M. Brennan</p> <p>Indigo Byrd</p> <p>Michael Cantin</p> <p>Juan P. Chamorro</p> <p>Haylee B. Ciccone</p> <p>Andrea N. Clair</p> <p>Antonio Colon, III</p> <p>Flor M. Cruz</p> <p>Tiffany J. Cudworth</p> <p>Saundra Curtis</p> <p>Karen L. Deuel</p> <p>Christopher H. Devine</p> <p>Bianca M. Diaz</p> <p>Daryl C. Diccion</p> <p>Sha&rsquo;mar L. Dixon</p> <p>Dillon S. Dorsey</p> <p>Revati K. Doshi</p> <p>Jordan T. Ellis</p> <p>John K. Ewing</p> <p>Megan L. Flanagan</p> <p>Paola A. Florido</p> <p>Stephanie M. Ford</p> <p>Taylor R. Frantz</p> <p>Christopher R. Frey</p> <p>Michele Q. Fulford</p> <p>Tristan J. Fulford</p> <p>Devin D. Gabrielle</p> <p>Josh W. Gager</p> <p>Charles J. Garcia</p> <p>Garrett A. Garcia</p> <p>Cinthia Geraldino Madera</p> <p>Katrina J. Grace</p> <p>Devon L. Greenwood</p> <p>Lucas N. Heuman</p> <p>Jalyssa M. Hitchens</p> <p>Tahsin M. Hossain</p> <p>Jose Antonio Ibanez</p> <p>Amy L. Ingram</p> <p>Yujing Jiang</p> <p>Ericka M. Johns</p> <p>Treymayne L. Johnson</p> <p>Jeremy A. Kaufman</p> <p>Anne Kemp</p> <p>Macey N. Kimmins</p> <p>Drew J. Lacovara</p> <p>Thomas L. Lam</p> <p>Tremain L. Langford</p> <p>Tiffany D. Le</p> <p>Roberta L. Lea</p> <p>Amanda R. Lenahan</p> <p>Turia L. Lewis</p> <p>Agatha Liang</p> <p>Jose A. Maltez</p> <p>Peter A. Mansour</p> <p>Paige K. Maples</p> <p>Alena I. Maroz</p> <p>Dalila Martinez</p> <p>Xiomara Martinez</p> <p>Tyler J. McBride</p> <p>Lisa Measho</p> <p>Nioby M. Mejia</p> <p>Ruth M. Mejia</p> <p>Scarlly S. Mejia</p> <p>Jillian L. Mendez</p> <p>Megan L. Mercado</p> <p>Amanda A. Miner</p> <p>Stephanie A. Miner</p> <p>Susan N. Mingo</p> <p>John T. Mirsch</p> <p>Sarah E. Mock</p> <p>Jeffrey J. Montgomery</p> <p>Lauren M. Moran</p> <p>Padderick O. Murray</p> <p>Abdul M. Nasir</p> <p>Allyson T. Nguyen</p> <p>Jessalyn T. Nguyen</p> <p>Samantha L. Nichols</p> <p>Fatima L. Noble-Bishop</p> <p>Tina M. Notaro</p> <p>Jessica P. Osias</p> <p>Joshua H. Padua</p> <p>Miranda&nbsp; Passin</p> <p>Jessica L. Pendlebury</p> <p>Savannah Perez</p> <p>Hien M. Pham</p> <p>Ashley L. Rhea</p> <p>Joseph G. Rocks</p> <p>Francisco X. Rodriguez</p> <p>Joseph J. Rodriguez</p> <p>Justin D. Rodriguez</p> <p>Maria Sanchez</p> <p>Selena A. Santiago</p> <p>Atanas P. Sarafov</p> <p>Bryan D. Scheeler, Jr.</p> <p>Margaret G. Scott</p> <p>Janilza E. Segarra</p> <p>Christine P. Sengco</p> <p>Rachel E. Shanteau</p> <p>Tawhidul A. Siddique</p> <p>Lazhami A. Silva</p> <p>Courtney L. Skow</p> <p>Lance T. Smith, Jr.</p> <p>Brandon B. Solano</p> <p>Krystal C. Spencer</p> <p>Angela T. Steele</p> <p>Matthew J. Stirm</p> <p>Macy A. Stratten</p> <p>Julia L. Tarby</p> <p>Jasmine Thai</p> <p>Christopher M. Tilley</p> <p>Alana Touaeva</p> <p>Sonassa O. Toury</p> <p>Stephania Tunis</p> <p>Jocelyn Valdez</p> <p>Rebecca L. Vielma</p> <p>Sarah E. Ware</p> <p>Rachel C. Winkworth</p> <p>Anthony P. Wyllie</p> <p>Natalia Yarlykova</p> <p>John William Yugovich, Jr.</p> <p>Harrison S. Zussman</p> <p>Kelsey P. Zussman</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Estell Manor</strong></p> <p>Alexis M. Clark</p> <p>Sara E. Grzybowski</p> <p>Kyle W. Norton</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Folsom</strong></p> <p>Christina M. Calderone</p> <p>Tiffany A. Runyon</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Galloway</strong></p> <p>Spencer M. Agli</p> <p>Kristi L. Aiken</p> <p>Jane A. Akeret</p> <p>Miron A. Alpheaus</p> <p>Melissa M. Andrews</p> <p>Jessica J. Bereheiko</p> <p>William E. Bingham</p> <p>Gabriel Bracy</p> <p>Brittany N. Britko</p> <p>Brittney Bruno</p> <p>Dylan David Caccamesi</p> <p>Brittany C. Cartagena</p> <p>Jonathan F. Catalfumo</p> <p>Justyna A. Chaba</p> <p>Xiomara B.R. Contreras</p> <p>Alexander J. Corazon</p> <p>Chelise J. Coulter</p> <p>Michael J. Coulter</p> <p>Brielle Cuevas</p> <p>Anthony N. Davoli</p> <p>Fiorella A. Del Rosario</p> <p>Megan L. Diemidio</p> <p>Candis S. Dozier</p> <p>Blandine Ducasse</p> <p>Katie R. Eaton</p> <p>Joseph B. Eberhart</p> <p>Tanner M. Egan</p> <p>Vincent T. English</p> <p>Gianfranco J. Escalante Bravo</p> <p>Zachery Feldbauer</p> <p>Antonio N. Fiorentino</p> <p>Danielle E. Fitting</p> <p>Kelly A. Griggs</p> <p>Cedar A. Gudelunas</p> <p>Marina E. Hackett</p> <p>Curtis D. Hammell, Jr.</p> <p>Yvonne N. Hashimoto</p> <p>Katie Heuman</p> <p>Grace Hogan</p> <p>Adrianna Nicole Hill</p> <p>Kyra M. Huttinger</p> <p>Tyler C. Iannacone</p> <p>Verneice D. Jackson</p> <p>Jerome A. Jefferson</p> <p>Thomas David Knight</p> <p>Jeffrey R. Kozek</p> <p>Rebecca E. Krauss</p> <p>Scarlett D. Kromer</p> <p>Stacey L. Lear</p> <p>Justin W. Ledford</p> <p>Brandon S. Lewis</p> <p>Ana E. Lopez</p> <p>Stephanie M. Lugo</p> <p>Shannon Malloy</p> <p>Nicole M. Meikle</p> <p>Shaza E. Mohamed</p> <p>Danish Mohammad</p> <p>Tina L. Nesbitt</p> <p>Giovanna N. Nunez</p> <p>Paola Ortiz Morillo</p> <p>Ruth D. Parraga</p> <p>Shivam J. Patel</p> <p>Tara L. Ramirez</p> <p>Favionel Ramos</p> <p>Gina M. Ritson</p> <p>Mr. Alvin Ruiz</p> <p>Kevin M. Schaffer</p> <p>Jamie Scheer</p> <p>Steven M. Schwegel</p> <p>Maurice L. Sellman</p> <p>Lakeira M. Simpson</p> <p>Amber B. Southrey</p> <p>Frances Sweeney</p> <p>Marian M. Sweeney</p> <p>Dannielle M. Tillett</p> <p>Jerry L. Turner</p> <p>Kalynn M. Voci</p> <p>Sarah K. Weary</p> <p>Xiaochuan Wu</p> <p>Amy E. Zelena</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Hammonton</strong></p> <p>Alma V. Albarran-Martinez</p> <p>Jaythan E. Alvarado</p> <p>Brittany A. Bertino</p> <p>Dorothy D. Burkett</p> <p>Leivani Cabrera</p> <p>Elizabeth L. Camacho</p> <p>Mary Kathleen Caruso</p> <p>Jamie L. Bertino-Coke</p> <p>Darryl B. Crowder</p> <p>John E. Curcio</p> <p>Lauren A. Curcio</p> <p>Marco A. De la Cruz</p> <p>Joy Evangelista</p> <p>Amber N. Evans</p> <p>Scott A. Figueroa, Jr.</p> <p>Alexander D. Georgoulianos</p> <p>Lahtel K. Haskins</p> <p>Travis J. Hoffman</p> <p>Renee A. Ibrahim</p> <p>Nicholas M. Ivins</p> <p>Andrew P. Jamsky</p> <p>Max D. Laielli</p> <p>Emily M. Macri</p> <p>Calvin A. Macwan</p> <p>Enny Gabriela Maldonado Cardona</p> <p>Joanne E. Mazza</p> <p>James Minock</p> <p>Morgan K. Mitchell</p> <p>Marina R. Monzo</p> <p>Nicholas B. Pasquale</p> <p>Chelsea Quiles</p> <p>Juan D. Salazar Mu&ntilde;oz</p> <p>Robert J. Taylor</p> <p>Klarisa Guadalupe Vazquez</p> <p>Kasey L. Wyzykowski</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Landisville</strong></p> <p>Shelby Nicole Kline</p> <p>Sabrina M. Perry</p> <p>Samantha M. Rodriguez</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Leeds Point</strong></p> <p>Rebecca L. Desmond</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Linwood</strong></p> <p>Jenna S. Batten</p> <p>Christina G. Eck</p> <p>Kurt J. Faragher</p> <p>Brianna K. Hartmann</p> <p>William David Lane</p> <p>Dominick Morgenstern</p> <p>Kelly A. Parise</p> <p>Tyler Scanny</p> <p>Tiffany A. Steiner</p> <p>Robert P. Vandyke</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Longport</strong></p> <p>Meredith Alcorn</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Margate</strong></p> <p>David Benshirit</p> <p>Sarah J. Boyce</p> <p>Sabrina A. Brill</p> <p>Caitlyn Connors</p> <p>Asan Emrulai</p> <p>Laurene R. Espada</p> <p>Christine H. Gildiner</p> <p>Amanda T. Gross</p> <p>Robert W. McGarrity</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mays Landing</strong></p> <p>Stephanie I. Adair</p> <p>Shannon L. Adams</p> <p>Chanelle N. Alston</p> <p>Jacob Austin</p> <p>Christopher D. Baker</p> <p>John R. Barrett</p> <p>Stella Beliaeva</p> <p>Gladys A. Benton</p> <p>Heather L. Bishop</p> <p>Lashel D. Blunt</p> <p>Evan J. Brower</p> <p>Paris L. Bryant-Davis</p> <p>Timothy S. Burns</p> <p>Jessica L. Carmona</p> <p>Cinthya Castillo</p> <p>Brett Clopp</p> <p>Michael Clybourn-Arcodia</p> <p>Maritza A. Cokenakes</p> <p>Juliana L. Costantini</p> <p>Edward L. Cruz</p> <p>Brianna Darmanovic</p> <p>Katelyn M. Donovan</p> <p>Bria C. Dorn</p> <p>Ashley-Rose F. Ellsworth</p> <p>Christina Marie Falzani</p> <p>Autumn R. Francis</p> <p>MaryKate Fresh</p> <p>Melissa I. Gabriel</p> <p>Julie E. Gettings</p> <p>Caitlin C. Glasser</p> <p>Jordan T. Glover</p> <p>Cynthia M. Gonzalez</p> <p>Jessica N. Goods</p> <p>Melissa L. Guenther</p> <p>Alyxandra G. Gutshall</p> <p>Deshawn J. Hamilton</p> <p>Nakyia T. Hands</p> <p>Lindsay A. Hauber</p> <p>Qamarah S. Hayes</p> <p>David M. Heckmann</p> <p>Briana L. Hernon</p> <p>John P. Hesse</p> <p>Richard J. Hoffman</p> <p>Linda J. Hosford</p> <p>Ryan M. Houser</p> <p>Jessica L. Houston</p> <p>Kevin C. Hughes</p> <p>Robert Johnson, III</p> <p>Safiyyah R. Johnson</p> <p>Rebekah E. Kane</p> <p>Timothy P. Keating, Jr.</p> <p>Vienna M. Laielli</p> <p>Carol Ann Langdon</p> <p>Sean B. Lippincott</p> <p>Nicole Littlefield</p> <p>Joushlyn D. Loya</p> <p>Tyler J. Lyons</p> <p>Samantha K. MacIntosh</p> <p>Michelle N. Marchione</p> <p>Alondra Marrero-Guido</p> <p>Melissa Mateo</p> <p>Kevin R. Mays, Jr.</p> <p>LaQuanda Busby McGuire</p> <p>William M. McGuire</p> <p>Kierra D. Mills</p> <p>Marcus K. Molyneux</p> <p>Terry L. Munn, Jr.</p> <p>Kayla L. O&rsquo;Brien</p> <p>Sylvia F. Osbourne</p> <p>Briana R. O&rsquo;Toole</p> <p>Hillary N. Paladini</p> <p>Kyle M. Payran</p> <p>Isaac S. Pegues</p> <p>Julissa A. Pena</p> <p>Junior J. Pena</p> <p>Rolando O. Portal</p> <p>Deanna L. Quidachay</p> <p>Deanna Rahman</p> <p>Jay N. Repko</p> <p>Enmanuel Rodriguez</p> <p>Brittany A. Salva</p> <p>Maurissa B. Schofield</p> <p>Heather R. Scull</p> <p>Elinor M. Sebastian</p> <p>Ada M. Sinclair</p> <p>Sarah E. Smail</p> <p>Latoya L. Sullivan</p> <p>BryAnna M. Swanson</p> <p>Roberto Tanenbaum</p> <p>Ujjal Thapa</p> <p>Ashley M. Thomas</p> <p>Ramon Torres, Sr.</p> <p>Irene K. Trinh</p> <p>Jerome R. Walker</p> <p>Brianna G. Weber</p> <p>Nichole E. Weller</p> <p>Megan A. Williams</p> <p>Janet Woolfolk</p> <p>Anthony T. Wylie</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Milmay</strong></p> <p>Chelsy C. Seelman</p> <p>Eric P. Trivelli</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Minotola</strong></p> <p>Rocco J. Badiali</p> <p>Dana A. Fatcher</p> <p>Manpreet Singh</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mullica Township</strong></p> <p>Colin A. Salotti</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Newfield</strong></p> <p>Marissa J. Guidos</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Newtonville</strong></p> <p>Jessica M. Brotherton</p> <p>Alice E. Hicks</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Northfield</strong></p> <p>Peter Brophy</p> <p>Michael W. Chestman</p> <p>Zachary R. Delcher</p> <p>Kathy M. Devaney</p> <p>Desmon K. Devery</p> <p>Shane M. Edwards</p> <p>Stephanie L. Githens</p> <p>Fred J. Josephsen</p> <p>Uriya M. Laster</p> <p>Kuo Liang</p> <p>Tammey S. May</p> <p>Danielle M. Monzo</p> <p>Chloe X. Myrick</p> <p>Daniel R. Salama</p> <p>David Edward Salsburg</p> <p>Johnathan Sanchez</p> <p>Sabrina B. Sarwar</p> <p>Erica A. Sickler</p> <p>Plamen O. Stamboliyski</p> <p>Trevor J. Tibbrine</p> <p>Alexis M. Tracy</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Pleasantville</strong></p> <p>Heidy M. Rivera</p> <p>Cinthia V. Aguilar</p> <p>Christopher J. Athas</p> <p>Jehan A. Attiyeh</p> <p>Jeffrey W. Blackwell</p> <p>Keaundra B. Bludsaw</p> <p>Shanta R. Brock</p> <p>Dominque C. Davis</p> <p>James E. Eaton</p> <p>Viana L. Figueroa</p> <p>Staysi Garcia Morillo</p> <p>Nadirah D. Gupton</p> <p>A&rsquo;idah I. Hamidullah</p> <p>Delonce X. Hargrave</p> <p>Jaime M. Holak</p> <p>Jesus D. Huaccamayta</p> <p>Olsen Jean</p> <p>Dasol Kim</p> <p>Jeany Magomero</p> <p>Robert B. Magomero</p> <p>Nataly Maldonado</p> <p>Natacha M. Maxime</p> <p>Maria Morales</p> <p>Ariana Kristina Mozelle-Simmons</p> <p>Andrea J. Nelson</p> <p>Diana Nieves</p> <p>Mariluz Nunez Payano</p> <p>Sr. Edna A. Oraca</p> <p>Sandra C. Osorio</p> <p>Nancy H. Perdomo</p> <p>Ivonne A. Perez</p> <p>Miguel A. Perez-Gonzalez</p> <p>Aseem S. Reid, Jr.</p> <p>Ivette. J. Rivera</p> <p>Irma Ruiz</p> <p>Guadalupe Sanchez</p> <p>Shianne H. Stradford</p> <p>Sarahi J. Vera</p> <p>Raye-Jean A. Wright</p> <p>Marusya I. Yakimov</p> <p>Isaac Zumwalt</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Somers Point</strong></p> <p>Dominica R. Albo</p> <p>Danielle M. Barger</p> <p>Amanda G. Campbell</p> <p>Javier Carranza</p> <p>Tyler F. Cottrell</p> <p>Kristijana Dailidaite</p> <p>Dawn A. Farrell</p> <p>Emerald L. Ferguson</p> <p>Patricia M. Harrigan</p> <p>Maria J. Kordomenos</p> <p>Kevin L. Lam</p> <p>Catherine M. Maciolek</p> <p>Michael M. McDevitt, Jr.</p> <p>Zytayia T. Mitchell-Wyman</p> <p>Doris E. O&rsquo;Donnell</p> <p>Heather M. Parillo</p> <p>Christian Perez</p> <p>Matthew P. Phillips</p> <p>Kathleen D. Renda</p> <p>Veronica E. Rivera</p> <p>Veronica A. Schwartz</p> <p>Crystal L. Somers</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Ventnor</strong></p> <p>Aneela Anjum</p> <p>Matthew C. Brown</p> <p>Amadeo A. Bucci</p> <p>Natalya Burns</p> <p>Matthew Burnside</p> <p>Michael A. Carfagno</p> <p>Tina L. Carfagno</p> <p>Braudy De Jesus Castillo</p> <p>Alexander A. Denafo</p> <p>Demi N. Digiacomo</p> <p>Victoria P. Encarnacion</p> <p>Evelyn Garcia Perez</p> <p>Amanda L. Marcheski</p> <p>Xhuljo Penko</p> <p>Felicia E. Plasencia</p> <p>Jackson A. Pokres</p> <p>Jan P. Reinhardt</p> <p>Angelo K. Rifici</p> <p>Huong Angela Vu</p> <p>Y-Nhi Cynthia T. Vu</p> <p>Cory A. Young</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Williamstown</strong></p> <p>Dylan R. DeSantis</p> <p>Jenna L. Hoagland</p> <p>Lanavale A. MacDonald</p> <p>Heather R. Pinkos</p> <p>Rosemary Ellen Plantarich</p> <p>Khadijah A. Potts</p> <p>Courtney J. Snyder</p> <p>Brett E. Virnelson</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Vineland</strong></p> <p>Victoria F. Vannini</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>CAMDEN COUNTY</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Berlin</strong></p> <p>Madison R. Del Rossi</p> <p>Emily A. Dunn</p> <p>Imani A. Johnson</p> <p>Alberto Nicasio</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Blackwood</strong></p> <p>Thomas W. Louis</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Blue Anchor</strong></p> <p>Amanda L. Giamporcaro</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Cedar Brook</strong></p> <p>Matthew D. Briglia</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Cherry Hill</strong></p> <p>Christopher C. Lamy</p> <p>Joshua Monk</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Collingswood</strong></p> <p>Vincent DiAngelo</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Haddonfield</strong></p> <p>Blaise Votta</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Laurel Springs</strong></p> <p>Katelyn A. Viscusi</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Oaklyn</strong></p> <p>Zachary D. Hill</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Sicklerville</strong></p> <p>Semetrius L. Baxter</p> <p>Timothy A. Decerchio</p> <p>Thomas J. Hayes</p> <p>Steven W. Leavenworth</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>CAPE MAY COUNTY</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Avalon</strong></p> <p>Gregory M. Hoehn</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Burleigh</strong></p> <p>Bria M. Hatcher</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Cape May</strong></p> <p>George G. Ackley</p> <p>Musawwir S. Bashir</p> <p>Kristin R. Dugan</p> <p>John H. Flanigan</p> <p>Danielle L. Graves</p> <p>Jennifer Heller</p> <p>Elizabeth Holland</p> <p>Michael Leinenbach</p> <p>Mark R. Le Munyon</p> <p>Kristen F. McVey</p> <p>Jade R. Miller</p> <p>Daniel J. Morrison, Jr.</p> <p>Michelle S. Muentz</p> <p>Leah M. Obermeier</p> <p>Shane P. Rinier, Jr.</p> <p>Vadim A. Strelnikov</p> <p>Caroline E. Twombly</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Cape May Court House</strong></p> <p>Jessa Stearne Adiletto</p> <p>Salvatore A. Amato</p> <p>Samuel D. Bakley</p> <p>Cody S. Boughman</p> <p>Stephanie J. Boyce</p> <p>Joanna C. Boyle</p> <p>Michael J. Breslin</p> <p>Dario L. Colombo</p> <p>Conor J. Cormican</p> <p>Erin G. Dagney</p> <p>Kelly L. Dagney</p> <p>Gabriel Dickerson</p> <p>Mark L. Elliott, Jr.</p> <p>Julie K. Engiles</p> <p>Aaron F. Fincke</p> <p>Nikki M. Fox</p> <p>Desiree Geier</p> <p>Caitlynn E. Greene</p> <p>Sara M. Kandravi</p> <p>Katelyn A. Kelly</p> <p>Roxanne M. LaPlant</p> <p>Harlee R. Oakford</p> <p>Megan V. Orlando</p> <p>Madison N. Peteani</p> <p>Andrea L. Reder</p> <p>Lindsey T. Reynolds</p> <p>Christine M. Ritchie</p> <p>Cooper J. Rossner</p> <p>Kathleen E. Peterson Salfi</p> <p>Anastasia Terno Hackerman</p> <p>Amanda E. Vassar</p> <p>Alyssa N. Waldron</p> <p>Erin E. Wannen</p> <p>William J. Woodring</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Del Haven</strong></p> <p>Kimberly A. Geiger</p> <p>Alexandria G. Lawley</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Dennisville</strong></p> <p>Nicole C. Reed</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Erma</strong></p> <p>Desiree A. Hartman</p> <p>Stephanie L. Hill</p> <p>Jeremy L. Patterson</p> <p>Yulia Schaffer</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Green Creek</strong></p> <p>Aiyana M. Yearicks</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Marmora</strong></p> <p>Kyle J. Holt</p> <p>Megan E. Howells</p> <p>Brittany N. Lane</p> <p>Jacob A. Mann</p> <p>Timothy W. Marcus</p> <p>Kirsty M. Milano</p> <p>Jessica P. Mounce</p> <p>Alexandra J. Papazacharis</p> <p>Genna M. Saltarelli</p> <p>Robert L. Smith, II</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>North Cape May</strong></p> <p>Deborah A. Calfina</p> <p>Michael J. Vey</p> <p>Joseph T. Madden, IV</p> <p>Brooke A. O&rsquo;Donnell</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>North Wildwood</strong></p> <p>Allison M. Aaron</p> <p>Riki I. Atkinson</p> <p>Devon T. Bradshaw</p> <p>Paul Ian A. Ellerkamp</p> <p>Helen R. Horner</p> <p>Sean D. O&rsquo;Brien</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Ocean City</strong></p> <p>Matthew P. Banks</p> <p>Katie A. Bartholomew</p> <p>Stephen A. Basile</p> <p>Katie Conn</p> <p>Ryan P. Cullen</p> <p>Rocco E. Fredrick</p> <p>Jayme C. Jaussi</p> <p>Adrienne T. Lam</p> <p>Andrew J. Lawlor</p> <p>Matthew C. Mayo</p> <p>Jennifer M. Meng</p> <p>Anthony W. Millevoi</p> <p>Charles A. Patrick</p> <p>Cory Raab</p> <p>Kiersten N. Workman</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Ocean View</strong></p> <p>Adrienne L. Brown</p> <p>Stacey L. Greis</p> <p>Carolyn M. Hoke</p> <p>Haley M. O&rsquo;Neill</p> <p>Elizabeth J. Siegel</p> <p>Michael Winder</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Palermo</strong></p> <p>Toni D. Palma</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Petersburg</strong></p> <p>Nico J. DeRiggi</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Rio Grande</strong></p> <p>Richelle L. Caprioni</p> <p>Melinda Dunleavy</p> <p>Taylor N. Henry</p> <p>Kathryn M. Kelly</p> <p>Nancy A. Martinez</p> <p>Brendan M. Norris</p> <p>Monica A. Rojas</p> <p>Julio C. Rosas-Roa</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Sea Isle City</strong></p> <p>Rebecca S. Teefy</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Seaville</strong></p> <p>Kristina A. Carpino</p> <p>Michael K. Ehresmann</p> <p>Claudia H. Giordano</p> <p>Laura Kordomenos</p> <p>Carol A. Olandt</p> <p>Jenna Rose Remaley</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>South Seaville</strong></p> <p>Kyle R. Sargent</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Stone Harbor</strong></p> <p>Brandon W. Hand</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Tuckahoe</strong></p> <p>Shannon R. Joyce</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Villas</strong></p> <p>Nicholas Paul Baldwin</p> <p>Gabriela M. Bocanegra</p> <p>Stephen B. Boyes</p> <p>Wade A. Breslin</p> <p>Ashlie N. Campbell</p> <p>Julia Demtshuk</p> <p>Jennifer N. Gagnon</p> <p>Brianna R. Gallagher</p> <p>Miranda L. Gray</p> <p>Allison Marie Kolodi</p> <p>Robert J. Maloney</p> <p>Kasey N. Phillips</p> <p>Tara A. Rosselli</p> <p>Lurentine M. Salmon</p> <p>Danielle M. Whitten</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Whitesboro</strong></p> <p>Demitria Anderson</p> <p>Monique V. Sudan</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Wildwood</strong></p> <p>Joelmer Acevedo</p> <p>Michael S. Greger</p> <p>Kristin Reyes</p> <p>Alexandra V. Ricart</p> <p>Danijel Teofilovic</p> <p>Devon E. Wermuth</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Wildwood Crest</strong></p> <p>Shayna L. Bailey</p> <p>Justin E. Bence</p> <p>Davita M. Ennals</p> <p>Yahilyn Feliciano</p> <p>Nicole Garcia</p> <p>Kaitlyn E. Johnson</p> <p>Justin A. Mahoney</p> <p>Christopher J. Samartino</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Woodbine</strong></p> <p>Jessica Caraballo</p> <p>Ashley E. Carter</p> <p>Nichole J. Hinker</p> <p>Jamie E. Starnes</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>CUMBERLAND COUNTY</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Bridgeton</strong></p> <p>Brittany C. Schmit</p> <p>Michael K. Smedberg</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Millville</strong></p> <p>Madilyn E. Barr</p> <p>Molly K. Carter</p> <p>Erinn D. Hendricks</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>GLOUCESTER COUNTY</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Glassboro</strong></p> <p>Laurel M. Contarino</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>National Park</strong></p> <p>Samantha L. Robinson</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Newfield</strong></p> <p>Jennifer D. Shipman</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Paulsboro</strong></p> <p>Paige M. Ingling</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Sewell</strong></p> <p>Samantha R. Gaglione</p> <p><strong><br /> West Deptford</strong></p> <p>Megan L. Agren</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Westville</strong></p> <p>Julianna Blaszyk</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>OCEAN COUNTY</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Bayville</strong></p> <p>Bryanna Michelle Varner</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Jackson</strong></p> <p>Jeffrey K. Allen</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Little Egg Harbor</strong></p> <p>Jenna Lee Santiago</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Manahawkin</strong></p> <p>Katherin Abadia Salgado</p> <p>Emily A. Dellane</p> <p>Samra T. Jarral</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Parkertown</strong></p> <p>Jeremiah P. Nolan</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Toms River</strong></p> <p>Aimee A. Fischer</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>OUT-OF-STATE</strong></p> <p>Samantha B. Crisanti, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania</p> <p>Liah A. Nivar Clukie, Orlando, Florida</p> <p>Nichele M. Oglesby, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania</p> <p>Kaitlyn M. Ormston, Port Saint Lucie, Florida</p> <p>Michelle Ross, Playa del Rey, California</p> <p>Hoa Tran, Charlotte, North Carolina</p> <p>Daniel F. Widmann, Littleton, Colorado</p>