ACES launching revamped mentoring program

June 8, 2015 By ACES Staff ACES News

The American Copy Editors Society has revamped its mentoring program to better serve its members. Only current members, including student-chapter members, are eligible to participate.

The program will be coordinated by Rich Holden, retired executive director of the Dow Jones News Fund and a lifetime member of ACES.

Both members looking for mentors and members who would like to serve as volunteer mentors need to submit applications. The guidelines for submitting applications can be found on the ACES mentorship program page. Any requests that applicants submit seeking a mentor, or anyone interested in submitting information to serve as a mentor, should be addressed to Holden.

Holden can be reached at

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