Meet past scholarship recipients
Steven Vargas, an ACES Scholar in 2020-21, was studying arts journalism in a master’s program at the University of Southern California at the time of his award.
Audrey Kuo, Aubespin Scholar in 2008-09 and was attending UCLA, found the ACES community inspiring.
Andrea Halland, Walsh Scholar in 2020-21, was a student at the University of Montana. She now has her own editing business.
10 a.m.–11 a.m. Eastern time: Match with Merrill
Merrill Perlman, member, ACES Education Foundation Board of Directors, will match all donations up to $1,000.
Noon–1 p.m. Eastern time: Go on a #stetwalk with ACES.
1 p.m.–2 p.m. Eastern time: Match with Lisa
Lisa McLendon, president of the ACES Education Foundation Board of Directors, will match all donations up to $1,000.
Follow ACES on social media throughout #GivingTuesday for messages from ACES members, scholarship winners, and donors. Share your donation by tagging ACES for your chance to be shared on our pages.
#Stetwalk is a term created to encourage editors to take a break from sitting behind a desk and talk a walk. Social media users can share their time spent outside using the hashtag #stetwalk. Many editors like to take their #stetpets on their #stetwalks.
Share your #stetwalk — and #stetpet — with ACES by tagging us in your social post. Increase awareness using the hashtags #stetwalk, #GivingTuesday, and #ACESGivesBack. Consider making a donation and including that in your message.
Help us support students seeking a career in editing by donating to the ACES Education Fund. Your gift helps pave the way for the next generation of editors.
Whether you choose to give a one-time gift or a monthly contribution, your donation will help advance early- and mid-career professionals in their work as editors. A gift of $25, $50, $75, or any amount can help us get closer to reaching our goal.