Cocoa and Colors 2019
Christmas was in the air at the annual Cocoa and Colors event sponsored by Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center and the Salem County Office on Aging.
MASCEC & Cornell Univ host Gateway H.S. Students for 2nd Entrepreneurial Learning Experience
Gateway High School students recently enjoyed another successful Cornell Learning Experience as a part of its Entrepreneurship Program, a partnership endeavor with Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center.
MASCEC plans second trip to Cornell U. For Gateway High School Students
Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center and Cornell University are pleased to offer Gateway High School students ages 15 to 17 the opportunity to visit the Ithaca, New York campus as part of the school’s Entrepreneurship Program.
Partnership Venture Between MASCEC and Gateway Regional High School Leads to National Recognition
Gateway Regional High School in Woodbury recently became the first high school in New Jersey designated as part of the EntreEd’s America’s Entrepreneurial School Initiative, due in part to collaborative efforts with Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center.
MASCEC Now a NJ Private Career School
Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center has now been approved to operate a private career school in New Jersey. We will be providing instruction in all approved post-secondary programs offered at the facility.
Leona Paulus Reaches Two Milestones
Leona celebrated her accomplishment in front of her family and friends at a graduation ceremony on Aug. 1 2017 at the Elmer Grange Hall in Upper Pittsgrove Township.
“We Grow Stars” Program Featured on NJ.com
To explore the importance of nutrition, this summer, students visited the Salem City Community Garden for a first-hand look at the journey food takes from farm to table. Garden Co-Founder Britney Lillya explained to the children how the garden grew from planting seeds, watering daily and harvesting crops.
Mid-Atlantic Featured on SNJ Today
Along with waiving that transportation fee for medical visits, it will now cost seniors absolutely nothing to stop by the nutrition center in Pittsgrove to get a healthy meal. The center, which is managed by the Mid-Atlantic States Career & Education Center, acts also as a social hub where seniors can interact with others.
Eighth-graders Discover the Work Involved as a Freeholder
Mid-Atlantic President and CEO Glen Donelson, fourth from right, joined the Salem County Freeholders and their "Shadows" recently as the eighth-graders from around the county discovered the work involved in a typical day of as a freeholder.