Architecture, Construction, Engineering Students (ACES) Resources
ACES can help you achieve more in school and reach your higher education goals. Below are resources to help you get a head start.
- Job Placement Program and Career Development Services for Engineering and Technology (E&T) Students.
To better serve the employment needs of our engineering and technology students, the Engineering and Technology Department at East Los Angeles College (ELAC) is kindly requesting the following personal information, and information regarding the student's academic & work experience. The purpose of this information is to identify E&T students that successfully match the job requirements to what an employer is looking for in terms of personal and technical skill sets.
Check out the Internship and Job Placement Form.
- SEI: Building Leaders for a Resilient World
SEI is an environmental nonprofit that builds leaders to drive sustainability solutions. For over 20 years, SEI has partnered with schools, communities, and businesses to develop a sustainability leadership pathway from elementary school to early career. SEI's flagship programs educate and empower students and emerging professionals to create thriving, resilient communities.
More information available here.
- Energize Schools
Energize Schools curriculum engages students in sustainability projects and develops valuable career skills. Curriculum is aligned with Common Core, California Career Technical Education, and Next Generation Science Standards. Curriculum is available at no cost. More information here.
Greenwork is a platform that hosts clean energy and green construction jobs for people with technical skills, like you! It’s a great way to showcase your skills, and connect with top companies like Form Energy, Sunrun, and Johnson Controls.
To sign up and be a part of the Emerald Cities group, please click this link and follow the instructions to set up a profile – it should only take 2-3 minutes. If you have any questions, please email WET@socalren.org.
ELAC Student Outreach Resources:
ELAC’s Student Outreach serves as a linkage of higher education activities to the community, such as high schools, and community and local governmental agencies. ELAC’s Student Outreach serves as a collaborator to various partnerships and advisories to promote educational attainment and workforce success.
ACES partners with ELAC’s Student Outreach to assist in creating opportunities for students to earn college credit and skill certificates while they are in middle and/or high school. Below will be links to helpful resources that can assist students throughout the enrollment process to these courses. Students can also check in with their college counselor or the ACE’s coordinator, Joseph Warner (email@example.com) to answer any questions about enrollment.
For students that are interested in scholarship opportunities, one of our partners Alhambra Unified compiles a list of scholarships available to students periodically. Please visit this website for more information: Alhambra High School College and Career Center.