Monthly Archive:: March 2015

Quiz: What’s Your Social Media IQ?

Your online choices can help you get – or lose – a job. Nearly 9 out of 10 U.S. companies now use Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting, and most of them review employee and applicant profiles,

The Right Ingredients for Success

Where can you sample pastries from 21 countries in 13 days? Or harvest greens in a hydroponic greenhouse? How often can you taste artisan cheeses made fresh on the premises while nibbling crusty loaves of bread baked

Community College: Myth vs. Fact

Are negative stereotypes keeping you from enrolling in community college? Let’s debunk four popular myths about attending community college and get you on the path to earning an associate degree: Myth: Community college credits do not transfer

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 the college’s Office of Financial Aid will help

Start at Atlantic Cape; Go Anywhere

Whether it’s for the low cost, convenient locations and schedules, or small size, many students begin their journey in higher education at Atlantic Cape Community College knowing it is only their first stop. Atlantic Cape aims to

Life Experience Equates to College Credit

Wouldn’t it make sense to count life and professional experiences toward college credit? You probably answered yes. So did we. Atlantic Cape Community College does just that by offering students the opportunity to apply for prior learning

New Aviation Studies Programs Offer Opportunities to Soar

Atlantic Cape’s Aviation Studies degree now offers more possibilities for students who have their sights set on a high-flying, fast-paced career. Students in the new Professional Helicopter Pilot option will be prepared to earn their Federal Aviation

Returning to College? Ease the transition

When adults need to re-tool for a new career, community colleges are the ultimate resource. To make the most of a return to the classroom, try these tips: Don’t worry about your age. Many students will be

Unemployed? What is Your Plan B?

The recent casino closures and workforce reduction have created unprecedented change for many people in our community. With change comes new, untapped career potential and opportunities. As one former casino vice president often told me, “there are