Monthly Archive:: March 2013

Seven tips for building your personal brand

According to Dan Schawbel, personal branding guru and author of Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success, “personal branding is the process by which we market ourselves to others.” Building a personal brand can

Atlantic Cape Paves Way for Partnerships with Four-Year Schools Offer Path to Further Your Education

Frankie Williams wasn’t sure what he wanted to do with his future, but he knew the work he picked up in construction wasn’t going anywhere. “I knew school ultimately was the path I needed to take for

Short-Term Career Training Makes a Difference in Challenging Job Market

What Do U Want 2 Be? We’ve been asked this question since entering kindergarten. How do you know what career path to choose? While some lucky people know right away, others need a little more time to

Green Education Grows at the Academy of Culinary Arts

For more than 30 years, the Academy of Culinary Arts has adapted its teaching philosophies to meet the needs of the culinary industry. As interest in learning about the origins of food has increased, the ACA has

New Degrees, Building Prepare Students for Science Careers

Construction on the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math building is under way on Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing Campus. The $16 million project will feature science labs, computer labs, office space and will be home to the Air

Financial Aid: Your Step-by-Step Guide on How to Apply

The cost of tuition should not stand in the way of getting a college education. At Atlantic Cape, more than half of all students receive some financial aid and/or scholarships, and the college’s Office of Financial Aid

Degree Spotlight: New Programs Prepare Students for Local Workforce

To better meet the needs of the local workforce, Atlantic Cape Community College added four new degree programs this year, broadening career options for its students. New degrees include: Baking & Pastry (converted from an option to

Associate Professor Connects with Students through Writing

There’s a reason Jay Peterson, Associate Professor of Developmental English, was voted Teacher of the Year four times in his 9 years of teaching at Atlantic Cape. He has a true connection to his students. “The challenges

Player Has Passion for Hoops

Kerry Player is a star volleyball and basketball player at Atlantic Cape. The 20-year-old stand-out athlete was recruited while a senior at Cape May Technical High School, where she scored 1,000 points in her high school basketball

GEAR UP Atlantic Cape Offers Resources Needed to Succeed in Higher Education

Atlantic Cape is one of seven colleges in New Jersey to offer GEAR UP, a grant program funded by the U.S. Department of Education providing academic support, college preparation and activities to middle and high school students.

Registration Schedule for Summer, Fall 2013

Registration Schedule for Summer, Fall 2013 (Spring 2014 dates will be available at Registration begins for students with 48 or more credits April 15 Registration begins for students with 32 or more credits April 16 Registration