ACE Info Session

Alliance for Catholic Education: Service Through Teaching

What is ACE?

Service through Teaching

ACE Teachers:

  • Teach for two years at Catholic elementary/secondary schools
  • Cost-free Master of Education from Notre Dame
  • Live in community and continue to grow spiritually and personally.

Interested?

Info session (dinner provided) Wednesday 6 November, 7:00 pm, Copley 426


Hosted by Chaplains-in-Residence Lindsay Kelleher and Josh Evans


Chaplain Lindsay served with ACE and will share her story


Emily Lazor, Assistant Director from ACE, will answer all your questions


Wednesday November 6, Copley 426 (Chaplain Lindsay's apartment)

6:45: Food served


7:00: Info session

Contact:

Contact Chaplain Josh with questions:

jme65@georgetown.edu



More on ACE:

ACE Service through Teaching combines an intensive schedule of academic classes, held during the summer at Notre Dame, with two years of teaching in classrooms in under-resourced Catholic schools across the United States. Excellent academic preparation combined with community-building and spiritual growth form the foundation that supports approximately 180 teachers in more than 100 elementary and secondary Catholic schools in over 30 cities each year. Those selected through the highly competitive application process can earn a cost-free Master of Education Degree preparation for teaching licensure, and a stipend toward living expenses. ACE teachers, who live in ACE community houses in their apprenticeship areas, represent a diverse set of backgrounds, experiences, and undergraduate academic disciplines.