DiscoverE Educator Awards - Deadline is December 1

Apply today for the The DiscoverE Educator Awards! The DiscoverE Educator Awards are shining a spotlight on the educators who are inspiring tomorrow's innovation generation. By honoring the teachers who are hard at work in our classrooms, the engineering profession wants to show its appreciation and respect for the educators who are helping students discover engineering.

Unique to this program, engineers and engineering students (college or graduate level) are part of the nomination process. Teacher nominees must be full-time U.S. or international school-based educators teaching in grades 6-12.

Winners will be recognized at event in Washington DC (all expenses paid), receive $2,000, and a 3M digital projector. The National Engineers Week Foundation's panel of distinguished national education, engineering and business leaders will determine recipients.

The application is available here and the deadline is December 1. Please send completed applications and a photo of the teacher nominee to info@eweek.org.

The DiscoverE Educator Awards is a program of the National Engineers Week Foundation and its partners. Funding is provided by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).

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