Maschio named 2012 business partner

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 Shown, from left, are Board of Education President Robert Boyd, Board of Education Vice-President Alan Gould, Freeholder Kristine Gabor, President of Coastal Broadcasting System Inc. Bob Maschio, Superintendent of the Technical School District Dr. Nancy Hudanich and Freeholder Will Morey.
 Shown, from left, are Board of Education President Robert Boyd, Board of Education Vice-President Alan Gould, Freeholder Kristine Gabor, President of Coastal Broadcasting System Inc. Bob Maschio, Superintendent of the Technical School District Dr. Nancy Hudanich and Freeholder Will Morey.

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Recently,  Bob Maschio, president of Coastal Broadcasting System Inc., WCZT – 98.7 The Coast, was recognized as Cape May County Technical School District’s Business Partner for 2012.  He is an active member of the Entertainment Production Technology advisory board providing  professional insight toward industry trends and shifts in technological practices.  

Over the years, a number of employment opportunities have been provided for the Entertainment Production Technology students. 

The annual ‘Back to School Tour’ on The Coast – 98.7 airs live every September on the campus.

“The live broadcasting is an exemplary example and provides the students with extemporaneous speaking, critical thinking skills and the opportunity to meet the challenge of airing live,” said Nancy Hudanich, superintendent of the Cape May County Technical School district.

Since 2001, the New Jersey Council of County Vocational-Technical Schools has recognized a business partner from each of the state’s 21 county vocational-technical school districts for their outstanding commitment to students. 

From 2001 - 2011, the district has recognized: Kindle Ford, Melini Salons, Washington Inn, Cape Regional Medical Center, Vecere Orthodontics, the Greater Wildwood Tourism Improvement & Development Authority, Cape May County Public Safety Training Center, Cape May County Department of Tourism, Cape May  County Board of Agriculture, Gentilini Ford & Chevrolet and Sand Barrens Golf Club.


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