Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center
PROVIDING CAREER & JOB SKILL DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center’s Volunteers Fill Cars with Food Five Days a Week
Two Years, Times Five Days a Week, Equals 4.6-Million Pounds of Food … Find Out More
Total Job Placements
RESTORE Job Placements
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Thank you to ALL our DONORS throughout these challenging times!
Mid-Atlantic States Career & Education Center’s (MASCEC) mission statement, “We Grow People®”, focuses on building effective community partnerships, improving the health and well-being of the individuals and families we serve, providing career and job skill development for disadvantaged and disabled workers, and creating a sustainable, stable community.
Thank you for Mid-Atlantic’s commitment to the welfare of our families and children. Thank you to your staff for their generosity, time and talent, especially during these difficult days. We have always been able to rely on Mid-Atlantic as a valued partner.
Thank you, Bea and Rich Patterson for your kind words. We are glad we are able to help.
“I can’t thank you enough for all your help during the Covid-19. Your company has given so much to our family. You also relieved my stress levels just by knowing you were there to help. Thank you again. I could not have made it through being laid-off without your help.”
Bea and Rich Patterson
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Two Years, Times Five Days a Week, Equals 4.6-Million Pounds of Food
Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center’s Volunteers Fill Cars with Food Five Days a Week.
Over 700 Families, Disabled Vets and Seniors Receive Turkey Meals & Fixings
Through the efforts of our dedicated staff, volunteers, and donation partners Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Centers weekly food giveaway in Pennsville included handing out 650 turkeys and all the fixings to needy families in Salem County.
Four Senior Gateway Regional High School Foods Interns Pass National ServSafe Exam
Congratulations to the four senior Gateway Regional High School foods interns for passing the National ServSafe exam!