Cash value greater than $3,500.00!*Airfare not included in Prize
*Contest is only open to current school teachers and school administrators that are U.S. citizens and residing in the 50 States or Washington, DC.
About the Course:
This course is ideal for any practicing teacher or administrator in American schools who is interested in expanding their professional knowledge about:
In completing this course, the Winner will earn 6 Semester Credits from the university that are fully transferable for American continuing and professional development credits! The course also includes frequent off-campus field trips and excursions to cultural sites near Galway, Ireland, led by faculty.
Find more information about The Course, The School, and Galway city by clicking on the photos below the Entry Form!
We want to know about you and your passion for teaching or school administration in American schools, and why you think an international perspective on education is important!
Step 2: VOTE for your favorite photo and short story of the 6 Semi-Finalists on FACEBOOK!
The Teachers Council contest panel will review all eligible entries submitted by the deadline, and choose 6 semi-finalists based on their photos and accompanying short stories. The 6 semi-finalist submissions will be placed into a photo album on our Facebook page for public voting! The photo and short story belonging to the semi-finalist that gains the most “LIKES” by the deadline of 9:59:59 am ET on Friday, March 23rd, 2018 will WIN THE GRAND PRIZE of the EDUCATION IN IRELAND SCHOLARSHIP!
Teachers Council has dedicated itself since 1999 to helping international teachers achieve their professional goals by providing opportunities for educators to live and work in the United States.
We believe that international cultural and educational exchanges for American teachers and school administrators are just as essential in understanding the educational profession in a globalizing world. So we are offering an amazing scholarship for one lucky U.S. school teacher or school administrator to take part in the “Education in Ireland” professional development course offered by the prestigious National University Ireland, Galway this summer!