understands the value of high-quality professional development for our teachers.
"It is important for both students and teachers to be aware of the great jobs available in their local communities, and to also begin gaining an understanding of the technical and employability skills needed to be successful in those jobs," said Caroline Sullivan, executive director, NCBCE.
Students@Work℠ is a partnership between the North Carolina Business Committee for Education (NCBCE) and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.
The NCBCE Board members were impressed with the submissions of the finalists, said Caroline Sullivan, Executive Director of NCBCE.
Learn more about the Governors Educator Discovery Awards or submit an application here.The Governors Educator Discovery Awards are funded by NCBCE member companies.
Work-based learning experiences build employability and technical skills through career awareness, career exploration, and career experience, said Caroline Sullivan, Executive Director of NCBCE. Teachers play a critical role in connecting more of our students to these real-world learning environments.
About the North Carolina Business Committee for Education: The North Carolina Business Committee for Education (NCBCE) is a business-led, education non-profit (501-c3) that operates out of the Office of the Governor.