NATIONAL SAFETY EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR

The CareerSafe National Safety Educator of the Year Award recognizes exceptional educators who have dedicated their time to preparing students for the future and helping students recognize and mitigate workplace hazards in their chosen careers. The winning educator each year is awarded $5,000 for their classroom and an all-expense paid trip to the ACTE CareerTech Vision conference at the end of the year. Visit the CareerSafe National Safety Educator of the Year nomination page to view more information and instructions on how to nominate a deserving teacher.

2021 NATIONAL SAFETY EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR

CareerSafe is honored to recognize Dr. Kelly Eichmann—instructor for the Patient Care Pathway at Clovis East High School, in Clovis, California—as our 2021 National Safety Educator of the Year.

Dr. Eichmann was one of the first educators to use the CareerSafe OSHA 10-Hour program for the healthcare industry when it was released in 2015. She uses her expertise and passion to create a competitive, engaging, and highly effective hands-on learning environment based upon the foundations of safety and community.

CareerSafe looks forward to witnessing the continual success of Dr. Eichmann and her students, and we thank Dr. Eichmann for her dedication to safety education. To learn more about Dr. Eichmann's innovative work, be sure to read the CareerSafe Blog.

ABOUT THE AWARD

As we meet with thousands of educators across the country every year, CareerSafe continually encounters teachers who go above and beyond the call of duty to provide outstanding educational opportunities to their students. As a token of our appreciation for that hard work and dedication, CareerSafe recognizes one deserving teacher each year based on nominations from students and others in the career and technical education community. The winning teacher earns national recognition and a trip to the ACTE CareerTech Vision conference, where they are awarded $5,000 for their classroom. As educators ourselves, we could not be prouder of these deserving individuals, and we look forward to recognizing and honoring many, many more.
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