Project Description

  • Nomination deadline: February 28, 2021


    The circles in our emblem represent the challenge of modern technology and the training needed to accept and master new technical frontiers and the need for continuous education. The purpose of this award is to congratulate and encourage educators to remain in the profession. Recipients of this award must have made outstanding contributions toward innovative, unique and novel programs and have shown a professional commitment early in their careers with SkillsUSA Florida.


    Individuals who are currently employed as full-time classroom/laboratory teachers in a career and technical education program, academy, cluster or small learning community are eligible for this award. Nominees must be a professional member for a minimum of one but no more than four years (Applicants may be in their fourth year of teaching at the time of application). Age is not a determining factor. (Candidates must be new Advisors for SkillsUSA within the fourth year window.)

    A nominee should have been involved in SkillsUSA Florida activities related to the SkillsUSA Program of Work at the regional, state and/or national levels.


    Nominations to the Florida State Director will be accepted until a specified deadline. This award will be selected by the SkillsUSA Florida State Director.

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  • Include examples of significant involvement at the local, regional, state, and/or national levels.