2018 Luncheon Press Release

ACE MENTOR PROGRAM’S 23rd ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP LUNCHEON RAISES OVER $425,000 TO SUPPORT HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION IN DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION  NEW YORK – May 14, 2018 – ACE Mentor Program of Greater New York is pleased to announce that the organization held its 23rd Annual Scholarship Luncheon on Friday, May 11, 2018 at the event space 583 Park in New York City. The luncheon honored Rick Cotton, Executive Director, The Port Authority of NY & NJ, Milo Riverso, President and CEO, STV, Inc., Henry Kuykendall, Senior Vice President – Airport Operations, Northeast, Delta Air Lines, and Stewart Steeves, CEO, LaGuardia Gateway Partners. Creating a Pipeline for the Future of the Design and Build Industry Nearly 450 leading architecture, construction and engineering professionals attended the event in support of ACE Mentor Program of Greater NY’s mission, which aims to motivate high school students to pursue careers in the architecture, engineering and construction management by providing mentoring and scholarship opportunities. The luncheon raised over $425,000 to support the organization’s program and scholarship awards. Scholarships were awarded to program graduates during the luncheon. ACE Mentor Program of Greater NY would like to thank the Luncheon Diamond Sponsors: Rockefeller Group and STV, Inc.; Platinum Sponsors: AECOM and Infinite Glass and Metal, Inc.; and Gold Sponsors: Cerami & Associates, Con Edison, Delta Air Lines, HOK, Jacobs Engineering, LaGuardia Gateway Partners, Lendlease, New York Building Congress, Shawmut Design & Construction, Skanska...

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Registration for the 2018-19 ACE Season is now open

The online registration for the upcoming 2018-19 ACE Greater NY Season is now open. If you are a returning student, please log-in using the email address and password you previously used. If you are a new student, please register using an email address that you frequently check. After registering for the 2018-19 season, you will receive an email confirmation from us. Questions? Send us an email...

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2017 ACE Mentor Scholarship Luncheon

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO THE 22ND ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP LUNCHEON F R I D AY, M AY 1 2 , 2 0 1 7 11:30 AM — 2:00...

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NextGen: CIRT-ACE Mentor Finals Bode Well

What do an aging Philadelphia trolley maintenance facility, the Coney Island shoreline, and a new Jacksonville FL bridge all have in common? All were recently the subjects of innovative student design plans presented by high school teams from across the U.S. at the final round of this year’s 10th Anniversary CIRT-ACE Mentor National Design Competition, held April 28 at the Marriott Metro Center in Washington DC. “The energy, enthusiasm, and passion the nine teams brought to the 10th Anniversary program made it a very special and memorable event,” said CIRT President Mark Casso, Esq. READ THE ENTIRE...

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ACE Mentor Program showcased in ENR New York!

        We are extremely proud today to unveil a special profile of ACE commemorating our 20th anniversary in ENR New York:  ENR-ACE Mentor Program 20th Anniversary Article ACE Mentor Program of Greater New York would like to thank ENR and board member, Paul Bonnington, for such a special showcase of our...

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Click here for our program videos!

      View our program videos featuring students, alumni and mentors and learn more about ACE!      ...

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Mentor from Thornton Tomasetti Receives Twin Honors For ACE Mentoring Work

In case you missed it, one of our mentors, Jesse Chrismer, an engineer at Thornton Tomasetti, received the 2013 ENR-McGraw-Hill – ACE Exemplary Mentor Award! He was also named 2013 Mentor of the Year for the Greater New York Affiliate: Read what makes him a great mentor here:...

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ACE Team 17 at Yankee Stadium

Each year the students design a project that relates to the stadium. Last year they implemented green practices at Yankee Stadium. The students chose to pursue 3 major sustainable initiatives: grey water, solar panels, and wind turbines. What are they designing this year?! Stay...

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