ACE offers the opportunity to teach in an underprivileged Catholic school St. Thomas Newsroom November 9, 1999 The Alliance for Catholic Education again invites applications from St. Thomas students of all majors. ACE offers the opportunity to teach after graduation in an underprivileged Catholic school.Two former ACE teachers will explain the program and answer questions at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15, in O’Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium. Applications will be available.Besides the experience of making a difference in others’ lives, ACE teachers receive a master’s degree in education from the University of Notre Dame and a grant of $9,500 to pay undergraduate student loans or to put toward future education. All tuition and other expenses in the ACE program are paid for by the program.No teaching experience is necessary; ACE trains you. ACE teachers spend two summers taking education classes at Notre Dame and two school years teaching with the guidance of a mentor-teacher. ACE teachers live in community together, sharing their experience and learning from one another. St. Thomas currently has several graduates teaching in the program.For more information, contact Dr. Bill Cavanaugh, Theology Department, (651) 962-5315, e-mail: email@example.com.