2017 Annual Networking Fundraiser

Thank you to those who sponsored and attended our 2017 fundraiser event.


CREATE - BUILD - LEARN

Wednesdays after school

Do you think you want to be an Architect, Engineer, or work in the Construction Industry? ACE RI is the perfect place to learn more and have fun at the same time. High school students work in small groups with their peers and with mentors from the construction industry on interactive activities to gain valuable experience and learn about the ACE fields. This hands on learning approach is a great place for students to boost their  education and pursue their passions outside of the classroom. Find your local group and register online.

Students who pursue higher education in a related field are also eligible to apply for scholarships through ACE Mentor Program of RI. In 2015, ACE RI awarded $10,000 of scholarships to area students and over $78,000 has been awarded since 2004.

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2015-2016 School Year Highlights


ABOUT

ACE’s Rhode Island program helps high school students discover how to translate their interests and abilities into exciting, rewarding careers in architecture, engineering and construction.

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Students

The ACE Mentor Program is open to any high school student who has the curiosity and drive to learn about a career in design and construction — from contracting and engineering to architecture and landscaping.

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MentORS

There is no substitute for experience — the ACE Mentor Program is driven by the committed and enthusiastic participation of volunteer mentors who are practicing professionals in their respective fields. ACE offers high school students the best opportunities because ACE offers the best industry mentors.

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Educators

Educators in more than 200 communities and 1,100 high schools across the U.S. have seen the difference ACE can make in their students’ academic performance, college aspirations and career motivation. Interest is up. Grades are up. College enrollment is up.

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