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Norwegian Cruise Line is launching a campaign for the appreciation for teachers by giving away free cruises to inspirational teachers.
Ahead Teacher Appreciation Week in May, the cruise line is looking for the nominations of the educators that “spreading the joy of learning” in their classroom. From now until April 12, 2019, everyone in the USA or Canada can wear their favorite teacher to win a free cruise on the Norwegian Joy. Teachers can even nominate themselves.
Once nominated anyone can vote for their favorite teacher or their entry on social media to more voices. After 12 April, 15 lucky teachers will be selected as finalists.
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Finalists will win a cruise trip for two on a seven-day trip, airfare and accommodations for the award ceremony where the teacher has a chance to win $15,000 for their school. So, not only the teacher for a well-deserved vacation, the school where they work will get a well deserved financial boost that will benefit both students and teachers alike.
Ahead Teacher Appreciation Week in May, the cruise line is looking for the nominations of the educators that “spreading the joy of learning” in their classroom.
(Norwegian Cruise Line)
“Travel is a powerful means of education. It brings people closer to each other and to the various cultures from all around the world,” said Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line in a statement. “By our Norwegian Cruise Line the Give Joy campaign, we celebrate the power of education and travel, and rewarding of teachers who have taken responsibility for our future, our children, and that lean in that responsibility with everything they have.”
It is true that many educators believe travel and education go hand in hand. In fact, 74 percent of the teachers in a study on behalf of the Student and Youth Travel Association (SYTA) think that students who travel, have more success, and that traveling can have far-reaching positive impact on the students ‘ careers and education.
To nominate your favorite teacher, or your voice, visit the Norwegian Cruise Line website.
This story was originally published by Travel + Leisure.