The College held its 50th anniversary gala on April 13. Over 450 people attended and the CCC Foundation raised over $120,000.
Two of our SQL (Structured Query Language) students are volunteering their time to work on a SQL database project for the Statewide NJ Child Assault Prevention project. This project trains over 100,000 children and adults annually whose numbers are captured on this online SQL database. Our students will work under the guidance of their instructor, Tony Nastasi (OIT). The data collected furthers the work of child abuse and bullying prevention.
The Camden County Historical Society installed a wall wrap on the second floor of the library depicting a timeline of African-American history in the county. The Center began offering the second session of mini-courses and the first two lectures in the lecture series, America and the Middle East: Prospects for Peace. Jennifer Hoheisel’s (Philosophy) Autism Awareness Lecture Series held its first three sessions.
The College hosted a middle school leadership conference as well as a high school program on promoting new leadership pathways for underrepresented minority students in education on March 15. The two programs had a combined attendance of 300 students who visited the campus for a full day of workshops.