ACE is an after school program that introduces you to careers in architecture, construction management, engineering and other disciplines.
ACE announces a scholarship opportunity for a student to attend the Fallingwater Summer Studio outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This is an outstanding experience for any student interested in architecture.
Please read this document as it outlines the scholarship and the application process. There is one full scholarship available and additional partial scholarship money for other ACE students to attend. The hope is that some of the affiliates might be willing to assist other students to attend the program.
Students! Be sure to visit our scholarships page where we post new opportunities as they became available. Be sure to check the deadlines of each scholarship so you don't miss out!
The ACE Mentor Program is driven by the committed and enthusiastic participation of volunteer mentors who are practicing professionals in their respective field.
ACE Mentor Program of America was chosen as a partner for the 2015 national American Graduate Day (AGD) initiative. The centerpiece of AMD activities was a seven-hour television program broadcast nationwide on PBS on Oct 3, 2015. This was one of the largest collaborative broadcasts in public television history. The national broadcast celebrated individuals and non-profit organizations dedicated to helping youth stay on track to high school graduation. More than 50 public television stations across the country contributed original content to the program.
In addition, local PBS stations have highlighted several ACE affiliates.
A jury composed of last year's Outstanding Mentors selected this year's winners.
They will receive the award at a ceremony in Washington, DC, on April 25. ACE thanks Engineering News-Record and its parent company BNP Media for supporting this program.
Sponsors are all key to the success of ACE. Only with their support are we able to offer life-changing career programs to students at no cost.
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Recent research continues to confirm that ACE motivates students to study in high school, enter college, and pursue careers in architecture, construction, and engineering. Read our newest findings based on two major surveys conducted in May 2015.