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As ACTE is preparing for the National Policy Seminar (to be held February 29-March 2), we are pleased to announce that the nominations process for our national public policy awards is now officially open! These awards recognize policymakers and leaders among ACTE’s membership who have gone above and beyond to advocate for public policies impacting CTE in the past year. Applications for all ACTE public policy awards must be received by January 1, through the ACTE Awards Portal.
ACTE’s Policymaker of the Year award is presented annually to nationally recognized policymakers that have made a significant contribution to CTE through their work, such as Senate CTE Caucus Co-chairs Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Rob Portman (R-OH) who received the award last year. Submissions should include a cover letter stating the nominee’s qualifications, as well as information about their accomplishments related to CTE and policies affecting CTE. For additional information on the award or to submit a nomination, click here.
In addition, ACTE members can submit nominations for the Baird-English Advocate of the Year Award, presented annually by ACTE to a member who has worked to advance CTE in federal policy through advocacy. This award provides a great opportunity for ACTE members to recognize the contributions of their colleagues through advocacy actions, such as contacting federal policymakers and their staff or working with the media to raise awareness of CTE topics. Applications can be submitted by the nominee themselves, another ACTE member, ACTE staff member or the Board of Directors, and should include a letter of introduction summarizing the applicant’s background and contributions to CTE advocacy, as well as necessary supporting documents. To learn more about the award or submit a nomination, click here.
To learn more about the ACTE public policy awards or ask additional questions, please contact Sean Lynch.
Posted by Sean Lynch on 12/01/2015 at 05:09 PM in Advocacy Resources, NPS | Permalink
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