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ACES

ACES, offered through the Office of Counseling and Career Services, is a special voluntary program intended to help students make a smooth transition from college to the workforce. The purpose of the ACES (Auxiliary Career Exploration Services) Program is to provide supplemental career services to students who have registered with the office of Academic Support and Disabilities Services. Students who are having difficulty in choosing a major and those who want to, or are in the process of changing majors, are also encouraged to use this service.

The goals of the program are to:

  • Help students to develop early career awareness
  • Choose a career path in line with strengths and abilities
  • Plan long-term realistic educational, career, and life goals
The program offers one-on-one sessions between the Career Development Coordinator and participants. The meetings are tailored to individual student needs and concerns.

Those interested in information about the ACES Program may contact Maureen Klein at 440-646-8379 or mklein@ursuline.edu.