ACE Mentor Program

Two ACE Mentor Scholarship Winners (center left and right) Lidia Munoz and David Urbaez both Seniors at John F. Kennedy High School.  Each of them received $1500.00 and are pursuing higher Education in Engineering at Virginia Tech (David) and (Lidia) Interior Design/Architecture at Paire College of Art in Hamden CT. Far left in the photo is Junior, Zavier Zapata of Kennedy High and Darren Brown, Senior in the Naugatuck School System is far right.

 

Waterbury high school students interested in a possible career in architecture, construction or engineering have an opportunity to participate in a special after-school program called ACE (which stands for Architecture, Construction and Engineering!) This is a national program designed to introduce them to the wide range of career opportunities in these fields by working with professionals in the building, design and construction industry.  Participants will work on a team project, visit construction sites and more!

For more information, go to Waterbury ACE chapter information: http://www.acementor.org/907 

 

Meetings are held every other Wednesday at O&G Industries, 193 Grand Street.  See chapter web site for a calendar and other details.