San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Chicago ACE Mentor Program Board of Directors invites you to join them on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 for the Eighth Annual Chicago ACE Mentor Program Luncheon. This can't miss event brings in over 500 of the leaders in the fields of Architecture, Construction and Engineering and raises funds to provide renewable four year scholarships to ensure we build a healthy future for our workforce.
This year we are excited to present the following awards:
The Civic Award will be presented to the University of Chicago, accepted by Boyd Black, Assistant VP for Capital Projects Delivery
The Education Award will be presented to Chicago Public Schools, accepted by Pat Taylor, Chief Operating Office and Susan Gann, Senior Manager, Small Learning Communities and CTE School Based Implementation
The Green Visionary Award will be presented to the Department of Transportation, accepted by Commissioner Gabe Klein
The Corporate Award will be presented to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, accepted by Posh Charles, Director of External Affairs and Community Health Services and Jim Mladucky, Director Design and Construction
Reception begins at 11:00 a.m. Program and Luncheon begin at 12:00 p.m.
Sponsorship opportunities are available starting at $2,000. Click HERE for full sponsor benefits and registration form. For more information on sponsorship or the event please contact Jessica Murnane at Hoopla Communications at 773.486.6920 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you can join us!
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The Chicago ACE Mentor Program
The mission of ACE is to engage, excite, and enlighten high school students to pursue careers in architecture, engineering and construction through mentoring and to support their continued advancement in the industry. We immerse them in real world problem solving, challenge them with industry-specific problems, and support them as they grow and learn. ACE Chicago works in partnership with Chicago Public Schools and puts a particular emphasis on serving minority and low to middle income students.