Category «Recognition»

And the winner is . . .

Susan, we’ll be in touch regarding your $25 Amazon gift card ūüôā Thank you to all who participated in our survey regarding session topics for the 2019 MBEA Annual Conference. We now have great input on how to round out our offerings for you.¬†We look forward to seeing you in April at the Hampton Inn …

Applications open for NCWIT Aspirations in Computing!

From our friends at the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT): Encourage¬†all high school women in 9th -12th grade who have aspirations in computing and technology to apply for NCWIT’s¬†Aspirations in Computing Award. Award recipients of the AiC Award receive exclusive access to scholarships, internships, and job opportunities all across the nation as …

Congratulations to Peter Meggison, Associate Editor of NBEA Yearbook No. 55!

Congratulations to our own MBEA Board of Directors member, Peter Meggison, for his contribution to the National Business Education Association Yearbook, No. 55! Peter served as the Associate Editor for the Assessment Strategies in Business Education yearbook. Thank you, Peter, for continuing to give back to the business education community.

Student Contest: What economic advice would you give to the POTUS?

From our friends at the Council for Economic¬†Education: Get your students thinking about the best economic advice they would give to the President of the United States (POTUS) and enter our student writing contest for a chance to win cash prizes for you and your students! All you have to do is have your students …

Encourage Computer Science Students to Apply for the Cutler-Bell Prize!

From our friends at the¬†Association for¬†Computing Machinery¬†& Computer Science Teachers Association: Encourage US High School Students to Apply for 2018-2019 ACM/CSTA Cutler-Bell Prize Every year, the ACM/CSTA Cutler-Bell Prize in High School Computing recognizes talented high school students in computer science. The intent of the program is to promote and encourage the field of computer …

20 NGPF Jump$tart NEC Scholarships Available!

From our friends at NGPF: Are you passionate about building financial capability and find yourself constantly¬†brainstorming and conjuring up ways to bring personal finance education to more students? If so, we have an amazing professional development opportunity for you! Next Gen¬†Personal Finance is awarding¬†20¬†scholarships¬†for classroom teachers to attend the¬†Jump$tart National Educator Conference in Cleveland, OH …

Lexington High School Wins the 18th Annual National Economics Challenge!

From our friends at the CEE: We are thrilled to announce the winners of the 18th Annual National Economics Challenge! THE CHAMPIONS (USA):¬†¬†The 16 team finalists from the USA beat out more than 11,000 students from 40 states to compete for the Championship title! Here are our 2018 Champions: Lexington High School, Massachusetts (Adam Smith …

Banzai Teacher/Student Video Contest!

from our friends at Banzai!: CALLING ALL ENTHUSIASTIC BANZAI TEACHERS:¬† Who wants to win $1,000??? Banzai’s mission is to make an impact and prepare students for what’s next. Hands-on, experience-based learning is fun and effective, and it’s why you love Banzai. Now you can help us tell our story to other prospective teachers! How To …

Summer of Entrepreneurship Program!

From our friends at the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge: Summer Grad-Level Professional Development for Teachers This graduate-level professional development course for K-12 teachers will examine the role of the free enterprise system as the economic engine that propelled the United States from a New World backwater to the world’s number one economy. Teachers will …

The National Business Honor Society

The National Business Honor Society (NBHS) is an academic honor society which helps to recognize business students at the high school level.¬† Requirements are as follows: Student must be in their junior or senior year Must have taken at least 3 courses (or is completing their third), who maintains a minimum 3.5 GPA with a …

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