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January 18, 2020 @ 4:00PM — 8:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! The 6th Annual Heroes vs. Hotshots event with Student ACES (ACE) is an exciting event open to the public that features a star studded kickball game, music, food, cold beer and fun for the whole family. Heroes vs. Hotshots benefits the ACE organization dedicated to impacting our country by developing the next generation of leaders. ACE does this by providing best-in-class character education, mentoring and projects that make a difference in their community. ACE has committed to training over 24,000 student athletes by the end of the 2019-2020 school year. The inspiration for Student ACES is derived from a deep desire to see every student athlete achieve a foundation of honor, character and integrity that will permanently generate positive outcomes in their schools and for the next generation. Our kids and grandkids need the right role models to look up to. ​

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Help Student ACES develop High School Student Athletes of Honor, Character and Integrity!

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.


Student ACES founded in 2013, is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing character education programs, mentoring, community service and life skills for high school student athletes. The organization is impacting the lives of students who so desperately need it. Student ACES’ focus is to inspire, train and mentor a community of Student ACES who exemplify leadership traits in athletics, community service and education.

The Student ACES Yearlong Program: This program is provided to students from public and private high schools and consists of six classes and a community project. Students are nominated by their high schools or peers for exemplifying leadership traits in athletics, education and in their community. Students are excused from school and work together with students from different ethnicities, backgrounds and cultures to discuss values-based leadership.
Captains Summit: This one-day seminar is designed specifically for high school athletic captains to learn leadership skills, techniques and life lessons that will enable them to lead each of their teams on and off the field. Participating student athletes have firsthand experience to hear and engage with world-class experts and leaders in their respective professions while connecting with captains from other schools. The student athletes engage in interactive drills designed to incorporate communication, respect, sportsmanship, trust, sacrifice and ethical behavior. The captains also engage in team discussions on challenges facing today's young leaders including dealing with peer pressure, difficult personalities, drugs/alcohol abuse, cultural barriers, family problems and similar issues.
One Day Leadership Workshops: These workshops are developed for athletes who are interested in applying leadership techniques. Workshops allow us to partner with schools, universities, training facilities, camps and individual teams to address specific needs of each organization, such as, sportsmanship, team chemistry, attitude and team leadership.
The Student ACES Center (SAC): To support the work of Student ACES, Bank of America recently donated their bank building for complete renovation in turning it into the Student ACES Center or the SAC. Through the efforts of staff, community leaders and mentors, The SAC will provide leadership, academic and athletic support for Student-Athletes in the Glades area. The SAC will become a center where Student-Athletes will train to become outstanding, well-rounded individuals who give back to their teams, schools and communities in which they live.

Mental Health First Aid: ACE Executive Director, Krissy Webb, is certified to teach mental health first aid to 30 student athletes 18+ at one time from the different County High Schools. This program is evidence-based and will bring an exciting and socially relevant new skill to student athletes across Southeast Florida.