Cuts to Visa Program Could End Shoulder Season at Jersey Shore

Published Thursday, August 31, 2017
South Jersey, News, Weather, Sports, Entertainment, NJ WILDWOOD, N.J. - Plans released by the Trump Administration to eliminate or cut the Summer Work Travel program for exchange students could affect Cape May County’s tourism industry. Thousands of people working at the Jersey shore every summer come from overseas. “The Summer Work Program, more»

Elimination Exchange Students Work Visa Would Devastate Local Tourism Industry

Published Tuesday, August 29, 2017
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ— A plan by the White House to drastically reduce or completely eliminate the Summer Work Travel program for international exchange students would negatively and dramatically hurt Cape May County’s tourism based economy, according to Vicki Clark, President of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce. The program, also more»

Vicki Clark, Chamber President Speaks on J-1 Visa with Comcast Newsmakers

Published Monday, August 28, 2017
Your browser does not support iframes. Jill Horner speaks with Vicki Clark, President from the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce, about J-1 Visas. Interview recorded 8/23/2017. For more videos and information about your community, go to

Cape May County Chamber Applauds Governor’s Opposition to Offshore Oil Drilling Plan

Published Thursday, August 17, 2017
Cape May Court House, NJ – The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce applauds the Christie Administration for its statement opposing offshore exploration and development of oil and natural gas resources off the coast of New Jersey or any area of the Atlantic that could adversely affect our pristine coastal communities, fishing estuaries, and vibrant more»

Homeland Security Conference Stresses Vigilance in Cape May County

Published Thursday, August 3, 2017
The Jersey Shore’s picturesque beaches, oceanfront mansions and family-friendly boardwalks certainly don’t seem like the backdrop for potential terrorist attacks. But senior law-enforcement officials warned Wednesday that seashore communities are not immune to possible terrorism strikes and should never lull themselves into a false sense of more»

Seeking Bikes for Homeless Vets

Published Monday, July 31, 2017
TUCKAHOE – Ocean City-Upper Township Rotary has joined forces with the Aaron Wittkamp Colwell American Legion Post 239 of Tuckahoe with Operation Used Bicycles. The goal is to collect 80 working bicycles which will be donated to help homeless veterans get back on their feet. Veteran’s Haven in Winslow, Atlantic County, is a more»

Congressman Frank LoBiondo to Speak at County Chamber Legislative Update, Receive US Chamber Award

Published Thursday, July 27, 2017
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ—The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce will hold its Annual Legislative Update on August 17 at Icona Golden Inn, Avalon. Congressman Frank LoBiondo, 2nd Congressional District Representative will update chamber members on federal legislation affecting living and working in Cape May County. The County Chamber is well known more»

“Leadership Cape May County Applications Now Being Accepted for 2017/18 Class"

Published Monday, July 10, 2017
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ—Applications are now being accepted for the 2017/2018 Leadership Cape May County program. Leadership Cape May County is designed to develop informed, committed business, community, government, and civic leaders for Cape May County. The program engages existing and emerging leaders in a nine-month program that broadens their more»
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