Duram, NH – The ACE Mentor Program of New Hampshire announced that Winnacunnet High School student, Ashleigh Trimarco, was selected to receive the 2020 Denron Plumbing and HVAC trade scholarship.
The scholarship is awarded to one graduating senior who exhibits exceptional engagement in each year’s program in addition to submitting a very well written essay and application.
ACE NH vice chair, Brian Knox, and Denron president, Joel Pickering, presented the scholarship as a part of the Winnacunnet HS Awards night virtual scholarship awards ceremony.
The ACE Mentor Program is a national not-for-profit and free after school program. Its mission is to engage, excite, and enlighten high school students to pursue careers in architecture, construction, and engineering (ACE) through mentoring, and to support continued advancement in the industry.
Last year the Oyster River High School students embarked on a two-month project where they learned hands-on, real-life skills associated with ACE fields as they relate to the Moharimet Elementary School renovation, and this year they focused on an auditorium project.
Ashleigh stated, “Participating in ACE NH was such an amazing experience to see the collaboration of the architects, engineers, and construction managers working seamlessly together in one team. The experience of working with Oyster River High School students was excellent because I was able to see a lot of different ideas come to the table for an even better outcome.”