Hispanic and Cuban-American Engineers Working for a Better Future
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Association of Cuban Engineers (ACE)

"Hispanic and Cuban-American Engineers Working for a Better Future". ACE, organized in 1960 to help Cuban professionals migrating to the US in validating their credentials, has become a professional organization providing scholarships to engineering students, facilitating the studies of existing Cuban infrastructure and providng a networking forum for engineering professionals in the United States.

Application for ACE Scholarships (Deadline 12-15-15)

Student Breakfast at Florida International University (FIU)

The AIC and the College of Engineering and Computing at FIU will be hosting a breakfast on October 1st, 2015 at 8:30 am. All engineering students are welcomed. Please, join the AIC during this information session. Please, see attached flyer for more information. We hope to see you there!

Letter from the AIC President, Pete Martinez June 7th, 2015

2016 Cuba Infrastructure Scholarship Competition

The Cuba Infrastructure Scholarship Competition (CISC) is sponsored by the Cuban-American Association of Civil Engineers (C-AACE, www.c-aace.org) and the Association of Cuban Engineers (ACE, www.aic-ace.com). It entails that university-level student teams formulate and present a project of their choice on the reconstruction of Cuba’s public infrastructure that relates to the engineering field in transportation, water resources, power/telecommunications, healthcare or agriculture.

AIC Establishes Strong Relationship with FIU

The AIC Board of Directors met with FIU’s President, Mark B Rosenberg, to establish a new partnership between Florida International University and the Association of Cuban Engineers.

Foreign Transcripts/Diploma Certification

The Association of Cuban Engineers highly recommends that any individual who wishes to certify their foreign transcripts or diploma should contact the Florida Board of Professional Engineers in Tallahassee for guidance on who complete this process. Below, we offer some information about the certification process:

2015 Scholarships Application is Now Open (Deadline for all Submissions is 12-15-15)

The Association of Cuban Engineers offers multiple merit and need-based scholarships to qualifying students. From now until December 15th, the Scholarship application is open.

General information about eligibility and the application process is provided below. You can also visit our “Scholarships” page under “Application Forms” for general information about eligibility and the application process. Link: www.aic-ace.com/?q=node/24

For any additional questions about the Scholarship Application process, please, contact us through our “Contact Us” form.


Scholarship Recipients & Sponsors 2015, 2014 & 2013

*** The Association of Cuban Engineers would like to sincerely thank all of our scholarship sponsors for their tremendous contribution to the education of the young generation of engineers. ***

Scholarship Sponsors of 2015

Luciano de Goicoechea
United Data Technologies
Momentum Consulting
Noel Betancourt
Pedro O. Martinez
Protec Engineering
Robert Sanchez (Rodolfo R. Sanchez)
Ryder Systems
The MLS Group (Antonio Choy)

Scholarship Recipients 2015

Francisco Pastrana (Embry-Riddle)
Brigitte Morales (UM)
Raul Velarde (UM)


Employers: If you have any Employment Opportunity that your company wishes to advertise here please send all the necessary information.
Applicants: To submit your resume for revision, please, email a cover letter and a copy of your resume to jobs@aic-ace.com or if the employer information if provided, you may contact the employer or company directly. The title of your email should have the following format: jobtitle_yourname. (For example, Mechanical Engineer_John Smith)

Mr. Kelly Mitchell
Senior Corporate Recruiter


2014-2016 Board of Directors

PRESIDENT EMERITUS (STRATEGIC AFFAIRS CHAIR) Gonzalo J. Sanchez, P.E. strategic-affairs@aic-ace.com Gonzalo

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