ACE in the News 2014

Students getting hands-on experience in architecture, engineering

PhilaU Establishes First ACE Mentor Program Collegiate Chapter
Philadelphia University recently established the nation’s first collegiate chapter for graduates of the ACE Mentor Program (ACE), a national after-school program designed to attract high school students into architecture, engineering and construction careers. Nineteen ACE graduates who study architecture, engineering, construction management and related majors at Philadelphia University are the founding members of this first ACE collegiate chapter.
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ACE Mentor Program Eastern Pennsylvania Names Tiffany Millner, AIA, NOMA, Director
Architect and longtime ACE volunteer tapped for Greater Philadelphia leadership position.

[Philadelphia, Pa.] The Eastern Pennsylvania Affiliate chapter of the national ACE Mentor Program has named architect and longtime ACE volunteer Tiffany Millner, AIA, NOMA, as the chapter’s new director. Millner assumed her role 06 October 2014. Read More

The ACE Mentor Program and U.S. Green Building Council inspire future designers to go green

ACE mentor program returning to Parkland High School

Architecture, construction and engineering mentor program for the next generation

Spotlight: HT Tran, Veteran and Entrepreneur

LA Affiliate Chair Named Los Angeles Philanthropist of the Year

New Britain, CT ACE students shine at their final presentation.

ACE program in New Britain, CT design new industrial museum.

2014 National CIRT Competition
The three national finalists in the CIRT-ACE Design Competition for 2014 are announced.
• ACE San Francisco Bay Area, CA/Peninsula One Team

• ACE Mentor Program of Miami-Dade County/Miami-Coral Park Senior H.S.
• ACE of Frederick, Maryland
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Columbus Ohio - Construction industry faces worker shortage