MIAMI, May 3, 2021 / — In celebration and recognition of those many teachers who’ve spent the previous 15 months devoting their all to pupils across the U.S. and Canada during these days, Norwegian Cruise Line, the innovator in global cruise journey, today announced the relaunch of its “Norwegian’s Giving Joy” competition, which provides teachers with complimentary cruises and an opportunity to win up to $25,000 to their colleges.
“Norwegian’s Giving Joy” admits the often-undervalued function of teachers and highlights the intersection between traveling and schooling. First started with astonishing achievement in 2019, with over 1.4 million votes for at least 46,000 educators, along with a entire prize of $100,000 for colleges around North America, the competition heralds those budding warriors. This year’s effort is particularly important given the elevated requirements of the profession under stress.
“More than ever, teachers deserve our focus and a lot more because of their dedication and unwavering dedication to inspire pupils daily,” explained Harry Sommer, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line. “Traveling is one of the very immersive way of instruction. It broadens our view, motivates us to find, adapt and take new cultures and adventures. Together with’Norwegian’s Giving Joy,’ we can help shed light on these types of everyday heroes and boost their spirits by giving them a long-overdue holiday to help show them with the planet, as they have helped shape a lot of ours”
The Cruise Line is requesting nominations of accredited or licensed teachers at the U.S. and Canada who exhibit a passion for bringing pleasure into the classroom, who also show up for their pupils — almost or in person, ” who continue to inspire them daily. The best 100 teachers having the most votes will acquire a seven-night cruise for 2 on voyages embarking in the U.S. and Canada throughout summertime 2023. The Grand Prize winner will be granted using a $25,000 contribution for her or his college, while the third and second place winners will get a $15,000 and $10,000 donation respectively due to their own colleges. A digital award ceremony will occur in August 2021.
“We’ve all experienced a teacher who has influenced our lives and helped identify who we are now,” said Sommer. “It’s our obligation to rally supporting these amazing people and reveal how thankful we’re. While we’re not able to sponsor’Norwegian’s Giving Joy’ at 2020, we’re making up for this season by providing 100 teachers, even more than ever before, using coupons that are free. We look forward to inviting these teachers on board our world class fleet really, very shortly”
Nicole Conlisk, instructor at the same Planet Middle School in the Bronx, N.Y. along with also the 2019″Giving Joy” Grand Prize Winner stated,”Norwegian Cruise Line understanding that which we do on a daily basis and discussing tales of how we every affect and inspire our pupils has brought awareness of the job we do as teachers.” The contribution made by NCL and its associates provided the pupils of One Planet Middle School accessibility to hands on encounters such as STEM curricula focused on mechanical engineering, chemical and electrical engineering, engineering education and also an introduction to ballroom dance. Conlisk continuing,”Throughout the support supplied by NCL, we aspire to keep the STEM application, while also expanding the instructional opportunities with classes in design, criminal mathematics, robotics, musical theatre and other performing arts, even within another school year”
To nominate a dear instructor, to vote and to the competition terms and requirements, please see www.nclgivingjoy.com.
To learn more concerning the organization’s award-winning 17-ship fleet and global itineraries, or even to reserve a cruise, then please contact a travel professional, telephone 888-NCL-CRUISE (625-2784) or see www.ncl.com.