AWIB accepting nominations for career, technical ed awards

As part of its mission to support education and training that leads to employment and careers, the Alaska Workforce Investment Board is soliciting nominations from business and industry for two awards.

Individuals employed as full-time classroom/laboratory instructors or administrators in a secondary career and technical education program are eligible recipients for the Secondary Career and Technical Education Instructor/Administrator of the Year Award. The nominee’s programs must be directly related to business or industry training, employment, or both.

Individuals employed as full-time classroom or laboratory instructors or administrators in a post-secondary career and technical education program, other than at the baccalaureate level, are eligible recipients for the Post-Secondary Career and Technical Education Instructor/Administrator of the Year Award. Again, the nominee’s programs must be directly related to business or industry training, employment, or both.

Nominations, which must come from a business or industry, will be accepted through 5 p.m. on Feb. 15. They can be mailed to AWIB’s Anchorage office, emailed to AWIB Project Coordinator Louise Dean or sent by fax to 269-7489.

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