Norwegian Cruise Line is marking the premiere of its fifteenth ship, Norwegian Joy, and celebrating travel and education with teachers.
Norwegian Cruise Line has unveiled Giving Joy, a push recognising educators both in the United States and Canada. Launching in advance of Teacher Appreciation Week in May and the North American debut of its fifteenth ship, Norwegian Joy, the effort ends on 12 April.
The group is incorporating the vessel’s uplifting name to introduce a compelling narrative and spin to celebrate the intersection between travel and education. Deserving teachers will be rewarded for their selfless contributions—most of all for always delighting their students.
As part of the main campaign, Norwegian Cruise Line is welcoming nominations of certified academicians who dedicate their time and skills to bringing inspiration into the classroom. The fifteen nominees with the highest number of votes will win a seven-day cruise for two.
They will also be afforded airfare and accommodations for an award ceremony slated for 3 May in Seattle. The candidates stand a chance to win $15,000 for their school. To nominate a teacher and for voting terms and conditions, participants can visit the dedicated website.
“Travel is a powerful means of education. It brings people closer and to diverse cultures around the world. Through Giving Joy, we reward teachers who take the responsibility for our future and our children,” said Andy Stuart, President and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line.