Emerson Excellence in Teaching Awards (St. Louis metro area only)

The Emerson Excellence in Teaching Awards program, sponsored by Emerson, annually recognizes more than 100 educators in the St. Louis metropolitan area – from kindergarten teachers to college professors – who are examples of excellence in their field.

Emerson Excellence in Teaching

Recipients are selected by the chief administrators of their school districts or educational institutions. The employing educational institution must be located in the St. Louis metropolitan area, which is defined to include: (in Missouri) Franklin County, Jefferson County, St. Charles County, St. Louis City, St. Louis County; and (in Illinois) Jersey County, Madison County, Monroe County, and St. Clair County.

Note: Emerson Excellence in Teaching recipients have been named for the current school year. Information about next year’s awards will be available in summer 2015.

2015 Emerson Gold Star Grant Program

Current and recent Emerson Excellence in Teaching recipients (years 2009-2014), which teach grades K-12, can apply for an Emerson Gold Star Grant. Gold Star Grants will be presented in two categories:

• Individual Category (grades K through 12). At least two $2,500 cash grant awards to selected individual teachers, plus a $2,500 grant for each winner’s employing school.

• Teamwork Category (grades K through 12). At least one $10,000 cash grant award to a teaching team (two or more teachers, one of which must be an eligible Gold Star Grant applicant), plus a $5,000 grant for each winning team’s employing school.

Completed applications must be emailed to Emerson.GoldStar@fleishman.com by February 13, 2015. For more information, please see the Gold Star Grant Guidelines

Individual Category Application
Teamwork Category Application

For more information, please contact:
Samantha Kosash
314-982-6284
Emerson.GoldStar@fleishman.com 
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