Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 13, 2012
The Financial Education Instructor of the Year is awarded to individuals that represent the best practices in financial literacy education. The National Financial Educators Council recognizes advocates that are committed to improving the financial capabilities of those they serve while raising awareness for the financial literacy movement.
The NFEC is seeking qualified individuals for the 2012 Financial Education Instructor of the Year (FEIY) award. Financial literacy advocates with a passion for teaching money management are eligible to apply. The winner will be featured in national media campaign and be highlighted the NFEC website. To apply, visit the Financial Education Instructor of the Year application page. No investment is required to apply or win the FEIY award.
The Financial Education Instructor of the Year (FEIY) award started in 2010 to bring attention to those individuals who are brining attention to financial literacy and making a difference in the lives of those they reach. The award winner selection is based on two main criteria: education and awareness.
The 2011 award winner, Diane Larsen, is an award winning economics teacher that received national recognition for her efforts in the financial literacy space. Her students have demonstrated a high-level understanding of the topics she teaches and they consistently are among the leading team in the statewide Stock Market Simulation. View the past FEIY award recepieints blog.
Larsen will be passing the NFECs’ Financial Education Instructor of the Year award to that next deserving candidate. “The FEIY award gives financial educators recognition they can leverage to make a bigger impact in the financial education space. It’s a tremendous honor to receive this award and be recognized by the National Financial Educators Council.”
The National Financial Educators Council is a social enterprise organization with the mission to empower people with money management skills so they can make effective personal finance decisions that improve their lives and the lives of people they love. The NFEC recognizes those educators that are making a difference in teaching money management with the Financial Education Instructor of the Year award.