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...
CMSD Teens Rehab Homes and Learn Valuable Skills
This article and video are from the Cleveland Metropolitian School District's (CMSD) News Bureau
Sixteen teens from the Boys & Girls Clubs at East Tech High School and John Adams High School started work this month on a 10-week project called Building Great Futures."
Google to Offer Its IT Support Certificate Over 25 Community Colleges
News artcle by Emily Bamforth, cleveland.com
Ohio is one of seven states where Google is bringing the certificate. The community colleges where it will be offered in the state are: "
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...
Interns are Construction Firm's Answer to Worker Shortage
By David Nicklaus, business columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The firm’s solution was to grow its own talent. The internship program started with two interns in 2014 and has grown to seven this summer."
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
Where are all the Builders?
By Andrew Soergel Senior Reporter, US News
We're in a place now where you have a booming economy and booming construction industry and lack of manpower. So people have gotten creative and desperate, essentially."
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."
Tri-C to Begin Expansion of its Advanced Technology Training Center
This article is by Rachel Abbey McCafferty, reporter for manufacturing and higher education at Crain’s Cleveland Business.
The college announced in a news release will hold a groundbreaking for the $10 million expansion and renovation."
Funding Dispute Could Leave New School Promise Axed
News article by Patrick O'Donnell, The Plain Dealer examines how some promised new schools could be axed as Cleveland district, state fight over money.
At the center of the dispute is how much construction can cost in Cleveland compared to the rest of the state."