It has been a difficult year for a lot of people.
A major cruise line has just announced that it will celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week by offering free cruises and funds for schools. The cruise line will reward teachers based on nominations that demonstrate their passion and dedication.
The campaign will run from May 3 to June 4 of this year, according to a press release from the cruise line. People can nominate certified or accredited teachers, and the education professionals who receive the most votes will be awarded a seven-night cruise for two, which is scheduled to depart in the summer of 2023.
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“Today more than ever, teachers deserve our gratitude and so much more for their perseverance and unwavering commitment to inspiring students every day,” said Harry Sommer, President and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line. “Travel is one of the most immersive means of education. It broadens our perspective, encourages us to discover, adapt and accept new cultures and experiences. their spirits by giving them a long overdue vacation to help them show them the world, for they have helped shape so many of us.
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The top 100 teachers who receive the most votes through the nomination system will win a spot on the 2023 cruise. The teacher who receives the most votes will receive $ 25,000 for their school. The second place prize will be $ 15,000 and the third place prize will be $ 10,000 for their school.
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Teachers can be appointed on the Norwegian Cruise Line website.