Get your master's in education degree as a Notre Dame ACE volunteer
The University of Notre Dame's Alliance for Catholic Education invites you to an informational meeting from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, in Sitzmann Hall basement lounge. This event is informal and you may come and go as you wish; pizza and soda will be provided.
Participants will learn about ACE, a two-year graduate service-and-teaching program that places recent college graduates in impoverished Catholic schools, predominantly in the southern United States, while simultaneously working toward their master's in education at Notre Dame.
Some of the outstanding alums from the University of St. Thomas who have participated in the program following their undergraduate studies are: Brian Green, Stephanie Reller, Shonagh Brent, Adam Groebner and, currently, Noah Beacom.
Registration is requested; to register, e-mail Brian Weber. However, if you decide at the last minute that you would like to attend, you are welcome to do so.
ACE reps also at Post-Graduate Full-Time Volunteer Fair today
Groebner '05, who majored in international studies and Spanish, participated in the ACE program in Texas through the University of Notre Dame. He will be part of a panel discussion by four St. Thomas graduates who have done full-time volunteer work since graduating. Their discussion will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. today, Monday, Nov. 5, in Room 155, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
The Post-Graduate Full-Time Volunteer Fair will follow the panel discussion from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the first-floor atrium (above the Bookstore), Murray-Herrick Campus Center. Amy Seamon, who works with the ACE program at Notre Dame, also will be at the fair. If you can't fit tomorrow's pizza luncheon and informational meeting in your schedule or would like to meet beforehand, stop by and visit her at the fair.