MAYS LANDING – Enrollment is now open for Atlantic Cape Community College’s spring Workforce Development and Continuing Education programs. The college offers a variety of certification, certificate and professional training programs to meet the needs of individuals and businesses in Atlantic and Cape May counties. 

This year, many of the programs are being offered remotely online and through a hybrid, making them safe and convenient. Additionally, Atlantic Cape has grant funds available to assist those who have been affected by the pandemic. Career training programs over 600 hours may also be eligible for financial aid.

Programs are available in areas including computers, technology and IT certifications, casino gaming, culinary arts, healthcare and many others. Delivering Customer Service in a Socially Distant World and Creative and Entrepreneurial Strategy in a Pandemic World are just two of the new offerings this spring.

Atlantic Cape can also customize professional development courses tailored to specific business needs through different training services for businesses.

For a full list of all available opportunities or to register, please visit


Nanette LoBiondo Galloway

Award winning journalist covering news, events and people of Atlantic County for more than 20 years.