CEA Featured in Phenomenal Woman Magazine
Bele' Wondwossen of Phenomenal Woman magazine writes:
Along with its partners, CEA exerts concerted efforts to create opportunities and inspires women to enable them to join the construction industry."
Darryl Edwards: AGC Cleveland Scholarship Recipient
Congratulations to Darryl Edwards of The AKA Team, AGC Cleveland scholarship recipient! He is majoring in construction engineering technology at Cuyahoga Community College, planning to graduate in 2021. Darryl has been an ACE Mentor for the past three years, as well as volunteering for presentations at the Urban League of Greater Cleveland and...
Business Certification: Encouraging Diversity, Growth and Equity (EDGE) Program
Ohio Department of Administrative Services has released the EDGE Graduation and Participation Time Limits document highlighting EDGE’s graduation and time-limit policy, as well as post-graduation information and resources.
Since its inception in 2003, the EDGE program has certified more than 4,700 businesses."...
ACE Annual Presentation Night and Scholarship Dinner
Congratulations to all of the 2018 scholars!
The 2017-2018 academic year has come to a close, and ACE Mentor Program Cleveland ended the year with a bang as it awarded 30 scholarships totaling $125,000 to graduating seniors from across Northeast Ohio at its annual...
How to Adopt Neurodiversity in the Workplace
By Insights author, Janine Milne
There are a number of barriers that can intimidate or affect neurodivergent candidates during the recruitment phase, starting with the job description."
Celebrating ACE Mentor Program of Cleveland 10th Anniversary
“Tonight is a celebration of the people who have found a way to support CMSD student scholars.” - Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO and ACE Mentor Cleveland board member Eric Gordon
Fred Geis and Brandon Moore of Geis Companies
Non-minority Population in U.S. and Ohio Shrinks
See the new census estimates as reported by Rich Exner,cleveland.com
The nation, and to a lesser degree Ohio, continues to grow more diverse, according to new estimates released..."
Scholarships and Career Resources for Architects of Color
By Curbed Senior Reporter, Patrick Sisson
The programs..., from student summer camps to professional seminars, address both the pipeline problem in architecture and the historic lack of leadership roles for architects of color."
The AKA Team and Donley's Sign Historic Business Deal
First National Bank Corporation’s Small Business Group Finances Joint Venture Buy-out
Cleveland, Ohio – The AKA Team (AKA), a minority, woman-owned business, has announced its purchase of the remaining 49% of Donley’s Restoration Group’s (DRG), interest in a waterproofing business joint venture shared by AKA and...
Cuyahoga County Considers New Commission to Address Discrimination Complaints, Broadens Rights Protections
Article by Robert Higgs, cleveland.com
The legislation, introduced Tuesday, would establish a three-person Cuyahoga County Commission on Human Rights. The members would be attorneys and would have the authority to levy fines if they determine discrimination has occurred."...