Grants Boost Training at ACE MV
A pair of new grants totaling more than $228,000 will support educational and job training at Adult and Continuing Education of Martha's Vineyard.
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Medical Interpreters Break Barriers in Pandemic Treatment
Last week, Martha’s Vineyard graduated 10 newly-trained Portuguese language interpreters through a highly-intensive, 60-hour course focused specifically on medical interpreting.
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ACE MV Grant
ACE MV has been awarded $28,000 in grants to support its programs, the nonprofit continuing education organization announced.
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New Director, New Focus for ACE MV
Holly Pretsky
As the Island adult education nonprofit ACE MV continues to sharpen its focus on workforce development and collaboration with the regional high school, a new executive director has taken the helm.
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ACE Names New Director
Holly Bellebuono has been named the new executive director of ACE MV, the adult education organization announced this week.
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ACE MV Gets Big Boost to Support Continuing Education for Women
Holly Pretsky
The Martha’s Vineyard Women’s Association is phasing out operations and donating some $100,000 to the nonprofit ACE MV to support women and girls seeking continued education.
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Nonprofit Leaders Get a Boost
Nine Island nonprofit organizations selected for a program in nonprofit leadership from the Martha’s Vineyard Donors Collaborative.
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In First Fundraiser, ACE Adds Community Capital
Katherine Gianni

It was an evening of firsts for Adult Community Education of Martha’s Vineyard (ACE MV) as the organization hosted its first annual fundraiser, Charting Courses, at the West Chop Club on Saturday.

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ACE MV Celebrates Ten Years, Charts New Course
Holly Pretsky

As its 10th birthday celebration approaches, Adult and Community Education of Martha’s Vineyard (ACE MV) is expanding its curriculum.

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Studying Toni Morrison
Phil Weinstein has become a regular presence each fall, teaching classes on the great authors, from Melville to Tolstoy, Faulkner and Joyce.
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