Through the ACE Teaching Fellows, the Alliance for Catholic Education offers a Master of Education degree. Part of a two-year, post-graduate service opportunity in an under-resourced Catholic school, the academic program provides professional preparation that will enable participants to make a deep and profound difference in the lives of the children they serve.
The ACE M.Ed. prepares teachers by integrating graduate level coursework, online learning, and an immersion teaching experience. Throughout their two years, ACE teachers receive a fully-funded fellowship which includes a cost-free Master of Education degree from the University of Notre Dame. Upon graduation, they are eligible for state licensure as a elementary, middle school, or high school teacher.
To learn more about the M.Ed. or to apply to the program, visit the ACE Teaching Fellows.