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STEM Tag

Team #5 has been working reading construction documents! They had a list of questions that could be answered by finding the information within the drawings set.  For this particular activity they had a civil engineering plan set of 8 sheets and about 40 different questions.  The students were then asked to answer the questions and circle the location on the...

ACE Mentor Program Named CREW Philadelphia 2016 Philanthropic Partner Organizations initiate Building Futures | Women in Design and Construction Pipeline Project [Philadelphia, Pa.]  The Eastern Pennsylvania Affiliate chapter of the national ACE Mentor Program has been named the CREW Philadelphia 2016 Philanthropic Partner. Through the partnership, ACE will be the beneficiary of $20,000 in CREW monetary donations...

We just received an update from the Hunting Park Community Garden! The planters that were built are being put to GREAT use and we can't be more excited that our efforts were able to impact this community in such a positive way...

The ACE Mentor Program is open to any high school student who has the curiosity and drive to learn about a career in design and construction — from contracting and engineering to architecture and landscaping. As a participant, you’ll join a team of other students led by adult mentors who are practicing industry professionals.  ACE isn’t...

Whew!! And that my friends is an amazing way to end the summer! On our final day of summer sessions, we were fortunate enough to combine the (2) groups and take a tour of the Philadelphia Eagles Stadium - courtesy of Urban Roots! This summer our students were not only exposed to the joys of Architecture, Construction...

This year we had the pleasure of hosting not one, BUT TWO Summer Sessions!! Our friends at Philadelphia University graciously opened their doors to us this summer and introduced our students to campus life and an amazing design challenge. Students were asked to develop a cafe/performance space on the Philadelphia University campus and then present their...

This year we had the pleasure of receiving a grant this year (From the Union Benevolent Association) in order to provide funding for our summer programming! Our friends at JKRP Architects, Urban Roots and Make the World Better Project teamed up to provide students with a provocative look into various components of developing a community project...

Last but not least - The Philadelphia County Teams show their work at their Final Presentation held at the School District Building in Center City. This year we has the pleasure of hosting a total of (11) teams and can not be more excited about the work that was generated. Below is a quick outline of...