Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 October 2013 14:43
NCAEE is pleased to announce a new award this year. The Presidents' Award is a complete scholarship for conference attendance with a value of approximately $500.00! The award will cover the cost of one NCAEE conference registration and two nights lodging at the Sheraton Greensboro where the event will be held.
This award is sponsored by the Past Presidents of NCAEE who would like to use this as an opportunity to offer ongoing support to elementary educators in NC. The Presidents' Award will be given in the spring of each year with a deadline for application of May 31st. The awardee will be selected by a committee consisting of at least three former NCAEE Presidents and the winner will be announced by mid-June.
2013 Presidents' Award Winner - Congratulations to Lisa Pagano, the winner of the 2013 Presidents' Award. At the time Lisa won this award, she had never attended the Elementary School Conference and was not a member of the Board of Directors. Shortly after she applied for the award, she also applied for the position of Secretary. Lisa was voted in as a new member of our Board of Directors at the conference on October 21st. We know she'll make a terrific Secretary!
Eligibility Requirements for the 2014 Presidents' Award
To be eligible for this award, the applicant must ...
- be a NC elementary educator who has never attended the Elementary School Conference.
- be an NCAEE member. (If you are not a member, it's easy to become one. You can join online and pay with PayPal right here on the NCAEE website.)
- agree to attend the full conference from Sunday afternoon until Tuesday noon
- agree to pay other expenses such as travel and meals
Furthermore, if selected, the recipient must submit a letter signed by his or her school principal stating that the school will release him or her to attend the full conference and that the school will provide a substitute.
How to Apply
Simply complete the online application form before May 31st. Be sure you are an NCAEE member before completing the application. If you are not a current member, click the Join NCAEE item in the left menu to sign up online.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 October 2013 14:48
NCAEE has established a scholarship to honor members who are seeking to expand their sphere of knowledge by pursuing advanced degrees in the field of education. The association will award a $1,000 scholarship annually to a deserving individual. The winner will be announced at the annual conference in October.
2013 Scholarship Awardee - Congratulations to Heather Maynor-Lambert, the 2013 winner of the $1,000 advanced degree scholarship!
Eligibility requirements are as follows:
- The applicant must be a member of NCAEE and teach in NC.
- The applicant must be in pursuit of an advanced degree from an accredited college or university.
How to Apply
If you meet the above criteria, click here to download the application form . (If you are not a member, you can join online by visiting our Memberhip Page.) Please carefully read and follow all directions on each page of the application. Note that the documentation as outlined below must accompany your application. Each item is listed and detailed on the application form.
- Written statement
- Current transcript
- One letter of recommendation
Mail the completed application to Carol Wooten at the address on the application form. Application must be postmarked by Midnight September 15, 2013. Please direct all questions to Carol Wooten at email@example.com
Are you a newbie, or do you know someone who is a newbie to the teaching profession? In education lingo, a newbie is defined as an ILT (Initially Licensed Teacher) 1, 2, or 3. In an effort to support teachers who are new to the teaching profession, NCAEE has established a Newbie Support Fund. We know that it’s expensive to set up a classroom and get started in the teaching profession, and we want to help! At each annual conference, the association will award a total of $1,000 to TEN different teachers, with each winner receiving $100 to spend on materials for his or her classroom. Newbie Award recipients will be selected randomly from conference participants who enter their names into the drawing. Just one more great reason why YOU need to plan to attend this year's conference!