Fire and life safety educators who work for a local fire department and show excellence and innovation in reaching out to their communities with NFPA’s materials and programs, have until February 21, 2014 to apply for the Fire and Life Safety Educator of the Year award.
The recipient receives a $1,000 honorarium, a Sparky the Fire Dog statue, and travel to Las Vegas in June 2014 for an award presentation at the general session of the NFPA Conference & Expo. In addition, the recipient’s local fire department will receive a $1,000 donation to support public education activities. Fire and life safety educators can be nominated for the award or they can nominate themselves.
by NFPA's Lisa Braxon