ACE Teaching Fellows forms talented, faith-filled college graduates to renew and transform Catholic school classrooms. ACE teachers form a select cohort of the nation’s top emerging Catholic school teachers and leaders, and through ACE’s innovative instructional model, they develop the skills and knowledge necessary to serve some of the most under-resourced schools in the United States.
The Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program provides a rigorous course of study that uniquely prepares emerging and existing school leaders to address the challenges that face Catholic schools in the 21st century. Remick Leaders are mission-driven, data-informed principals, teachers, and administrators who are willing to do whatever it takes to create an intentionally Catholic and academically-challenging school culture.
The ENL Hernandez Fellows is a one-year, 18 credit hour program designed for busy teachers seeking to support English language learners in Catholic schools. ENL Hernandez Fellows develop expertise in language acquisition, research-based instructional strategies, and culturally sustaining pedagogy and serve as advocates for linguistically diverse students in Catholic schools.
The Program for Inclusive Education (PIE) includes an 18-credit hour, 4-semester blended learning experience that combines online and on-campus instruction. The Summer I, Fall, and Spring semesters utilize an innovative, online platform for course instruction while participants grow professionally and form a cohesive cohort community. Summer II provides participants a 2-week capstone experience led by national experts on the campus of the University of Notre Dame.
The Trustey Fellows is a fully-funded, prestigious program with an annual stipend that seeks to foster continuous improvement in STEM teaching and learning. Sponsored by the Notre Dame Center for STEM Education, the program includes three, two-week summer institutes on campus at the University of Notre Dame and two academic years of instructional coaching and the facilitation of a school-wide STEM Impact Plan.
The Reform Leaders Summit aims to equip leaders with the skills and abilities needed to support parental rights and equity in education. Each year, we select a cohort of 30-35 talented leaders who engage in a program consisting of 3 seminars over the course of 11 months. These seminars are facilitated by a team of moderators including policy makers, school (and school system) leaders, researchers, education entrepreneurs, and funders.
ACE and UCCE graduates seeking information about ChACE, the Ryan Family Fellowship or the Buhrman Family Fellowship please visit their respective webpages. If you're looking for our professional development offerings, please visit our summer programs page.