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Kramer Beverage’s Kramer Cares Organization Donates Business Attire to Atlantic Cape’s Campus Closet Initiative

Published on June 17, 2024

Hammonton-based Kramer Beverage and its Kramer Cares Organization conducted a month-long clothing drive in April to support Atlantic Cape Community College’s Campus Closet. Christina Dunleavy, operations administrator, personally delivered lightly-worn men’s and women’s business casual attire and footwear to the Mays Landing campus on June 11.

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Register Now for Additional Summer Classes Starting July 1 at Atlantic Cape’s Three Campuses; Still Time to Register for Fall Semester Classes

Published on May 29, 2024

Atlantic Cape Community College is offering additional summer classes at its three campuses starting July 1. This is the perfect opportunity during summer break to earn credits in as little as six weeks while continuing to work towards earning an associate’s degree or transferring credits to your four-year college/university.

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Academy of Culinary Arts Graduates Encouraged to be Inventive, Challenge Themselves and Strive for Success at Annual Awards Ceremony

Published on May 16, 2024

For the 44 culinary and baking & pastry graduates of Atlantic Cape’s Academy of Culinary Arts (ACA), the journey started two years ago with the basic practicing of knife skills, making dead dough and learning the many time-honored traditions of the profession. Those long days and nights of work and study culminated on May 15 with the 42nd Annual ACA Awards Ceremony.

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Shore Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology Honors Largest Graduating Class; 13 Students also Earn Associate’s Degree from Atlantic Cape

Published on May 15, 2024

With its largest graduating class to date, the Shore Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology recognized 18 students, 13 of which also received their Associate in Applied Science degree from Atlantic Cape, at its 31st Annual Graduation Ceremony on May 14 in the Walter E. Edge Theater on Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing campus.

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Overcoming Addiction, Breast Cancer and Homelessness, Alumna Gina Harvell’s Determination Leads to Master’s Degree in Social Work

Published on April 10, 2024

For Atlantic City native Gina Harvell it began as a dream, one that seemed impossible and unimaginable. Homelessness and drug addiction had led her to existing day-in and day-out in the formerly-dilapidated Brown’s Park. Across from Atlantic Cape’s Atlantic City campus, it was here where Harvell would spend innumerable hours wondering, dreaming and hoping for brighter days.

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