Our ACE students have been worked hard with their mentors to prepare a design of a residential home. The students designed within a real site plan, real zoning constraints, a budget, green building requirements, and more to simulate the process of designing and building in real life.

The students met weekly online with their mentors. This year, instead of one big Student Showcase, we offered five virtual Student Showcases, one for each team.

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97

Students

82%

Students of Color

70

Mentors

  $152,000

Scholarships

Scroll down to see the students’ final presentations

During the 2019-2020 school year, each team of students worked with their mentors to design a library within an assigned program and budget. ACE Mentor Program of Greater Boston had five partner sites this year that hosted student teams–Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, Boston Society for Architects, Northeastern University, SMMA Architects, and Wentworth Institute of Techology–and each team independently made a design. All five are captured below.