Educators

High School Faculty and Staff, Including: Teachers, Guidance Counselors, School Based Coordinators, ELO Program Coordinators and all others working to support high school students.


What educators have learned.

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.

Today, more than 8,000 students take part in ACE. Working with mentors from local professional firms, they're reaping the rewards of working directly with architects, interior designers, landscape architects, engineers, construction managers and tradespeople. It’s an education – and an experience – like no other.

No school time is used. No school funds are spent.

Funded entirely by generous sponsors, ACE students meet after school with dedicated mentors who guide them through engaging, hands-on projects and field trips. These activities reinforce classroom learning in math, physics, art, computer skills and other important subjects, establishing a direct link between curricular and career success.

Personal recommendations. Professional impact.

ACE mentors frequently provide qualified students with recommendations for college admissions, internships and full-time employment – these recommendations can have a significant effect on a student’s success.

ACE scholarships help.

Truly a financial lifesaver for many students, graduating seniors can also apply for ACE scholarships, which has totaled more than $14 million since the beginning of the program.

Find out more about what ACE can offer to your students. Contact us today, so we can start ACE working for your students – and their futures.