Anyone may nominate a K-12 education professional or school employee for the LifeChanger of the Year award. Students are welcome to submit nominations but must have support from an administrator, teacher or parent.
Nominees must be full-time school employees. Award winners will be selected based on the following criteria:
• A proven ability to make a beneficial differ An ability to positively add to the development of the school and/or district's atmosphere
• A leader in his or her activities at the school and/or district level
• A proven record of excellent performance at the professional level
• A commitment to producing a nurturing atmosphere
The National LifeChanger of the Year selection committee, which includes teachers and school employees, will review all nominations and choose a total of ten winners for the 2013-14 school year.
National LifeChanger of the Year - $10,000
$5,000 personal cash award
$5,000 donation to school
First Runner-Up - $7,000
$3,500 personal cash award
$3,500 donation to school
Second Runner-Up - $5,000
$2,500 personal cash award
$2,500 donation to school
LifeChangers - $3,000 (seven awards to be given)
$1,500 personal cash award
$1,500 donation to school
Last year, Charles Clark, a custodian at Trinity High School in Euless, Texas was selected as the National LifeChanger of the Year award winner out of more than 400 nominees from 33 states.
Click here to learn more about Charles and the rest of last year's winners and nominees.
We all know someone in a K-12 school district who is truly a LifeChanger and deserves to be recognized and rewarded. Don't let their lifechanging work go unrecognized. Nominate them today by going to www.lifechangeroftheyear.com and clicking on "Nominate a LifeChanger".
LifeChanger of the Year Program Director
National Life Group