This year, ACE Mentor Program of Eastern PA is proud to honor three projects at the 17th Annual ACE Scholarship Breakfast on May 23, 2018. The breakfast will take place from 7:30am to 10:00am at the Crystal Tea Room in Philadelphia (100 E Penn Square # 9B). As a partner of GBCA and a driver of students to careers in construction, ACE makes a significant impact on the future workforce. We hope you will consider attending this important event or becoming a sponsor! Scroll down to find out how to register and sponsor this breakfast.
Several GBCA members will be recognized at the breakfast for their involvement in the Market East neighborhood developments:
Fashion District Philadelphia:
- Shoemaker Construction Co.
- Skanska USA
- Wick Fisher White
National Real Estate Development East Market
- Clemens Construction Company
- Tutor Perini Building Corporation
The Lits Building
- O’Donnell & Naccarato
Below is a list of the honored people and projects:
Through the support of the breakfast sponsors, the ACE Mentor Program of Eastern Pennsylvania has awarded more than $511,500 in scholarships and grants!
When the ACE (Architecture, Construction, Engineering) Mentor Program began, no one truly understood the positive impact it would have on high school students and the integrated construction industry. As the fastest growing industry-mentoring program in the United States, their mission is simple: They engage, excite, and enlighten high school students to pursue careers in the integrated construction industry and then ACE supports their continued advancement in the industry through scholarships and grants.
Click below to register today!
ACE Mentor Program of Eastern PA is also looking for sponsors for this event. Click below to become a sponsor!
About the ACE Mentor Program of Eastern PA
The ACE Mentor Program of Eastern PA is an affiliate of a national non-profit organization. The mission of ACE (Architecture, Construction, Engineering) is to engage, excite, and enlighten high school students to pursue careers in the integrated construction industry through mentoring and to support their continued advancement in the industry through scholarships and grants. Students are recruited from both public and private high schools throughout Philadelphia and the suburbs, with special efforts made to reach the traditionally underrepresented populations of women and minorities.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact our Affiliate Director Tiffany Millner at firstname.lastname@example.org!