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ACTE is now accepting nominations for the Policymaker of the Year and Baird-English Advocate of the Year Awards! We encourage you to consider nominating your elected leaders and colleagues from the CTE community for these prestigious opportunities, which recognize leaders that have dedicated themselves to furthering policy issues of importance to ACTE and its members.
The Policymaker of the Year award is presented annually by ACTE’s Public Policy Department to nationally recognized policymakers who have made a contribution of national significance to CTE. The recipient(s) will be selected based on the significance of their impact on CTE, whether that is based on recent work or over the span of their career. If you feel that your legislator is doing a great job working for CTE, this is a fantastic way to thank them for their work!
The Baird-English Advocate of the Year award is presented to an ACTE member that has demonstrated a personal dedication to advocacy for CTE issues before federal policymakers. Recipients will have taken repeated and consistent action on CTE policy issues, whether that is by setting up meetings with their elected officials or their staff or simply sending an e-mail. Be sure to think about which of your colleagues in ACTE membership will be a good fit and nominate them for this opportunity!
To submit a nomination for either the Policymaker of the Year or Baird-English Advocate of the Year Award, simply access the ACTE awards portal here and complete the necessary application materials.
In addition, remember that the eligibility period for our new E-Advocate recognition program will last until December 31, which will showcase the efforts of the top five individuals who have taken action through the CTE Action Center. There’s still time to log in and make your voice heard for CTE, so don’t delay.
Posted by Sean Lynch on 12/02/2014 at 08:56 AM in Advocacy Resources, NPS | Permalink
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