Immediate Former Chair
ABC Chesapeake Shores
International Masonry Institute
Calvin L. Horn
Anne Arundel County Public Schools
Anne Arundel Community College
J. Mayer Architects
NLP Enterprises, Inc
In its 12th year of serving the industry, ACE Annapolis continues to introduce career opportunities in the fields of architecture, construction, and engineering to area high school students. Our mission is to be the definitive resource and leading conduit for Anne Arundel County high school students to pursue ACE careers. Our vision is to advance and sustain the design & construction industry through mentoring, professional networking, and scholarship opportunities. ACE Annapolis has some exciting announcements coming this year so stay connected by following us on our Facebook page.
Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors the ACE Mentor Program continues to encourage students’ continued success through scholarships and internships.
|Schools served 2017-2018:||3|
|Total number of students in program:||40|
|Students awarded scholarships for 2017-2018:||17|
|Total amount of 2017-2018 scholarships awarded:||$8,900|
|Total scholarship amount awarded by ACE Annapolis to date:||$32,900|
ACE Annapolis students presented their final projects on April 26th at the Anne Arundel Community College to fellow students, parents, teachers/mentors, and local school administration. Each team presented their design for a Pedestrian Bridge at the newly constructed Magothy Gateway area to a panel of ACE professionals.
ACE Annapolis also held its’ Annual Reception and Networking Event on May 17th at St. John’s College Boat House in Annapolis. Our Guest speaker, Stephen T. Ayers, Architect of the Capitol, spoke to attendees about his work as Architect of the Capitol and how ACE students can make an impact on the industry in the future. Through the generous donations from our sponsors 17 students were awarded scholarships totaling $8900. Congratulations to all our scholarship winners from Arundel, North County, and Severna Park high schools.
The program is broken up into a fall and spring session which meets once per week from 2:30 to 4 pm on Tuesday or Wednesday. The students work on design projects that teach them key principles and techniques used in the design and construction industry through hands on projects and field trips to project sites. Students can also earn scholarship awards towards a degree in an ACE related field.
If you would like to contribute to ACE Annapolis through mentoring or sponsorship opportunities, please contact one of the ACE leaders listed in the upper right-hand corner of this page or email us.