To retain their certification, ACEs must renew annually with ESA. For those who are ESA members, the process is simply a matter of ensuring that the appropriate fees are included with the standard membership renewal, and that a photocopy of the pesticide applicator's license is submitted to the Certification Coordinator.
For all others, the renewal process includes the requisite fees, a RENEWAL FORM and submitting your photocopied pesticide applicator's license (do not submit your original license).
Entomological Society of America
Attention: Certification Director
10001 Derekwood Lane, Suite 100, Lanham, MD 20706
ACE Inactive Status
For more information or to make a request to the Certification Board, please contact Dawn Braun, Certification Manger, email@example.com.For more information or to make a request to the Certification Board, please contact Dawn Braun, Certification Manger, firstname.lastname@example.org. To Designed for individuals temporarily taking a break from the industry and not actively using the credential. At the direction of the Certification Board, an Associate Certified Entomologist may be placed on Inactive Status because of professional unemployment, family/personal issues or health related problems. An individual may remain on inactive status for no longer than two consecutive years, after which Certification must be reactivated or lost. To reactivate Certification, the individual must make payment in full of all back fees and come current on all other requirements. Individuals approved for inactive status will not be allowed to use the initials ACE after their name without the word "inactive" in parenthesis. For more information or to make a request to the Certification Board, please contact Chris Stelzig, Director of Certification, email@example.com.