Board Member/Regional Council Leader
Stoecker and Northway Architects
1000 Elwell Court, Suite 150A
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Parent Consent Form
Construction Site Tour Worksheet
Field Trip Permission Form
Program Evaluation Form
Mentors and Sponsors Thanks to our many mentors and sponsors who have helped us make our affiliate such a success.
View our list of mentors.View our list of sponsors.
Board of Directors
Our board is comprised of local industry leaders who make a significant contribution to our affiliate. View our board members.
2013 ASCE YMF Charity Golf Tounament
The ASCE YMF is holding a charity golf tournament to benefit ACE Mentor San Francisco Bay Area.
Friday, June 21, 2013 at the Sunol Valley Golf Club
For more information, download this Golf Flyer.
First Annual Sponsorship Dinner
ACE Mentor San Francisco Bay Area is having its first regionally focused fundraising dinner event in the Silicon Valley area.
Thursday, May 9, 2013 from 5pm-8pm at the Silicon Valley Capital Club
For more information, download this Dinner Flyer.
ACE Summer Camp 2013 at San Jose State University during the week of July 14-21, 2013. In addition to a great core curriculum, students will get the opportunity to tour some amazing construction projects including the new Bay Bridge and the new 49ers Stadium!
For more information, download this Camp Flyer.
We started in 2002 with 40 students and 25 mentors. Today, we are a growing organization with over three times those original numbers of students and mentors. Students come from high schools all over the Bay Area – San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, the lower Peninsula, Contra Costa County.
Our program is open to students in grades 9-12, who are interested in exploring careers in architecture, construction, engineering and the building trades. Guided by their mentors, students work in teams on projects that involve virtually every phase of the construction process.
This gives participants a practical way to discover how industry professionals take a building from initial concept to final structure. It also gives them a "true-to-life" picture of the building industry's many rewarding career opportunities.
Through the years, student teams and their mentors from local architecture, construction and engineering firms completed a range of
"mock" building projects, including schools, bridges and rapid transit stations. In addition to working on their projects, the teams visited
local construction sites and professional offices.
At the end of the year, students present their project solutions to parents, teachers, mentor firm members and others. A scholarship program for ACE seniors intending to pursue a career in the building industry highlights the end of every year.
Friday, May 3, 2013 by no later than 9pm
For questions, contact Scholarship Chair Myron Humeny
To learn more about teams in a specific region, please contact our Regional Council Leaders. For details about a specific team, please download the "2012/2013 Council Leader and Team Leader List" for Team Leaders' contact information and additional meeting details.
San Francisco Regional Council Leader: Olive Ho
|SF-1 Location:||Degenkolb Engineers, 235 Montgomery St., #500|
|SF-2 Location:||Lionakis, 101 Montgomery St., #500|
|SF-3 Location:||HOK, One Bush St., #200|
Oakland Regional Council Leader: Myron Humeny
|Oak-1 Location:||Mc Carthy and Kaiser Project Office, 380 W. MacArthur Blvd.|
|Oak-2 Location:||Caltrans Building, 111 Grand Avenue|
|Oak-3 Location:||BART OAC Jobsite, 675 Hegenberger Road|
|SJ-1 Location:||Monta Vista High School, Cupertino|
|SJ-2 Location:||Mt. Pleasant High School, San Jose|
Peninsula Regional Council Leader: Cynthia Muñoz
|PEN-1 Location:||Palo Alto High School|
|PEN-2 Location:||College Track, 1877 Bay Road, East Palo Alto|
|CC-1 Location:||Mt. Diablo High School|
|CC-4 Location:||Cal High, San Ramon|
Solano/Vallejo Regional Council Leader: Ron Zuccaro
|Sol-1 Location:||Vallejo High School|
The ACE Mentor San Francisco Bay Area affiliate held its annual golf event on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at the Wente Vineyards in Livermore, CA. More than 50 golfers participated in the event which raised close to $10,000 for the program.
Thank you to our sponsors, volunteers, partners, and everyone who supports our program.
We want to give a special thank you to Rosendin Electric Inc. for providing the SWAG… Stuff We All Get.
If you’d like to experience ACE’s challenges, opportunities and rewards for yourself, just contact the ACE leader listed in the upper right-hand corner of this page.