ACE Champion Awards
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Student ACES challenges Northeast High School athletes to find their superpowers
Student ACES surpasses 1,300 student-athletes trained milestone
FPL sponsors Broward’s first -ever Student ACES Captains Summit
Student-athletes from Northeast High School in Oakland Park got a special treat when they were visited by members of the Student ACES organization and learned all about leadership and character building. About 120 student-athletes were participated in the “Unleashing Your Superpowers”-themed training session.
The nonprofit organization has trained and mentored over 10,000 student-athletes and the program is making an impact in Broward County. Florida Power & Light Co. has partnered with Student ACES to sponsor programming that will reach five South Florida counties. The program incorporates best in class leadership curriculum with character education and mentoring through team-building drills and activities.
Boca Raton, FL – The Student ACES recently participated in the Florida vs. Georgia Future Starts Game Student ACES provides leadership and life-skills lessons as part of an initiative sponsored by Florida Power & Light Company (FPL). The program focuses on training high school student-athletes from public and private educational institutions the values and principles of leadership, such as honor, humility and integrity, through interaction with important sports figures, entrepreneurs and community leaders.
PALM BEACH COUNTY, Florida—Student ACES trained 200 captains and prospective captains in Broward’s rst ‘Captains Summit’ recently. During the day-long summit, student-athletes engaged in team-building drills and activities and learned from the experience of keynote speakers, Charles Johnson, former University of Miami All-American and MLB great; Donnell Bennett, former All-American at theUniversity of Miami and NFL running back; former St. John’s University coaching great, Mike Jarvis, and former University of Colorado football star and Air Force fighter pilot, George “Chip” Jones. Each of the speakers emphasized character and leader-ship and encouraged the captains to embrace their role.