Welcome to the Department of Human Resources
Atlantic Cape Community College is committed to excellence in education. The Human Resources Department supports the college mission and is committed to encouraging an environment that is customer-oriented, multicultural and diverse. Our HR team is committed to attracting and retaining an energetic and qualified workforce to support the goals and mission of the college.
The Department of Human Resources consists of the following areas:
- Labor Relations
- Personnel Recruitment and Hiring
- Recognition, Training and Professional Development
- Time Management and Attendance
- Health Services
- Custodianship of Records
- Chemical and Regulatory Compliance
Trainers for Fall 2015 Live Americans with Disabilities Act General Training
Mitchell Levy, Ph. D.
Dr. Levy is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and serves as the Vice President, Student Affairs & Dean, Cape May County Campus, at Atlantic Cape Community College. He hold his doctorate in Counseling Psychology and Human Systems from Florida State University. Dr. Levy has had responsibility for ADA administration and delivery of service throughout his career and has had specific experience in ADA development and compliance. Dr. Levy has presented numerous workshops and webinars addressing ADA compliance.
Lucile McGlynn, LCSW, Diplomate of Clinical Forensic Counseling
Ms. McGlynn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and serves as the Disabilities Support Counselor at Atlantic Cape Community College. She holds her M.S.W. from Rutgers, The State University, School of Social Work. During her professional career she has also worked as a psychotherapist. She has an extensive background in working with individuals with chronic and persistent mental illness. Ms. McGlynn has had responsibility for ADA administration and delivery of service throughout her career with specific experience in the area of disabilities resources advocacy.
Paula Stewart Davis
Ms. Davis serves as the Director of Counseling and Support Services at Atlantic Cape Community College. She holds her M. S. in Counseling Services from Upsala College. Ms. Davis has responsibility for oversight of ADA administration and compliance for students.
Ms. Curristine serves as the Dean, Human Resources, Public Safety & Compliance at Atlantic Cape Community College. She holds her M. S. in Industrial & Labor Relations from Rutgers, The State University, Institute of Management and Labor Relations. Ms. Curristine has had responsibility for ADA administration and compliance in employment throughout of her career.
Trainer for Summer 2016 Accessibility in Technology Train-the Trainer
Mr. Kraus is Principal Accessibility Specialist with Interactive Accessibility, Inc., a firm specializing in trends and directions in accessibility, usability, software applications and website development. Mr. Kraus combines his experience of implementing accessibility at the institutional level with this technical ability to develop innovation software solutions. Previously at North Carolina State, Mr. Kraus served as the University IT Accessibility Coordinator, implementing a pioneering accessibility Web scanning solution, just-in-time training for faculty, accessible procurement processes, captioning solutions for course-related video and software testing tools for Web developers.