ACE certification is global.
Since 2004, pest management professionals in the United States who do not have a higher degree in entomology have been able to earn a certification of great distinction - the Associate Certified Entomologist, or ACE. Earning your ACE does not make you an entomologist, only a degree from a university can do that. But an ACE is widely recognized as a mark of high achievement in education, training, and learning in the pest management community. Starting in 2014, the ACE credential became an option for pest management professionals around the world.
There are many reasons to consider adding the ACE-I credential to your list of accomplishments.
- Increase your professional visibility
- Find more job opportunities
- Attain industry-leading credentials
- Set yourself apart from the competition
The ACE-International program is endorsed by the National Pest Management Association.
Benefits of ACE-I credentialing include:
- Inclusion in the online roster of ACEs
- Online subscription to American Entomologist magazine
- ACE wallet card
- ACE certificate
- Ability to purchase ACE-branded merchandise
- ACE uniform patch, lapel pin, and truck decal
- Limited license to use the ACE-International logo
- Discounts on ESA membership dues and meeting registration
- Certified Science e-mail, an e-newsletter that highlights the latest urban entomological research