The Lifetime Achievement Award was established to honor the accomplishments of professionals in the ESL/ESOL field who throughout their years of service have exemplified dedication to ESL/ESOL students at any educational level and/or in ESL/ESOL teacher training. The award is given at the Annual Fall Conference.
This award is bestowed upon individuals who have been working in the ESL/ESOL field in Maryland for at least 15 years and who have made substantial and exemplary contributions to the field, its students, and /or teachers at any educational level.
The individual must be an individual with at least 15 years of working experience in the ESOL field in the state of Maryland.
Nomination Submission Deadline: Rolling
Nomination Review Timeline: Nominations will be reviewed in September
Notification: Annual Conference in November
- In regards to the Nomination Statement, a bio statement from a publication and/or conference program is not appropriate, nor is a resume and/or CV.
- Submission for nomination is year-round.
- Unselected nominations will be considered for the following year.
Click here to submit a nomination