ACE is an after-school mentorship that connects Portland & SW Washington high school students to careers in architecture, construction and engineering. This local program serves over 100 students per year and relies on 100 volunteer mentors, all professionals in their fields, to coach students in a hands-on, team-oriented project. The program has demonstrated success in helping students graduate from high school, earn scholarships, continue their education and make informed career decisions. Last year 17 seniors that completed the program received on average a $6,600 scholarship!
Applications for the 2022 ACE Mentor Program of Oregon are now OPEN. The ACE program is open to juniors and seniors who are interested in architecture, construction and engineering. This year we are offering two options: all virtual or a hybrid option (in-person meetings as conditions permit & virtual meetings) The program runs from January 11 to May 12, 2022.
Upcoming Information Sessions
ACE will be hosting student & family information sessions via Zoom. We will provide a program overview and answer questions.
Click the date to register and receive a meeting link:
Apply Now! You must complete the 2-part application to be considered.
See the website for more information acementoroforegon.com/students.
Deadline: Applications are due November 23, 2021
This program is not sponsored by Vancouver Public Schools. Approval to distribute flyers is a community service and does not imply endorsement.
For more information on college enrollment, military opportunities, scholarships, and employment, check out FutureMe.vansd.org and students should login to Xello. Xello is Vancouver Public Schools’ College & Career Readiness platform.
- Username is “VPS-123456“ which will be the letters “VPS” dash “VPS-“ 6-digit student ID (numbers in your VPS student email address).
- Password is your 8-digit birthdate (MO-DA-YEAR). So if your birthday is July 9, 2005, your password would be: 07092005
It is recommended that you change your password after your first sign on! Parents can also be added to a student’s Xello account.
Article Source: VSSA