The Employer Professional Development Award was established in 1995 by the IEEE EAB and recognizes organizations for contributions to employee continuing education and professional development. The award is given to organizations whose contributions to employee continuing education and professional development are outstanding as evidenced by their quality, comprehensiveness, innovation, or impact. Nomination deadline is Monday, 3 May 2021.

Nominate an employer for an EAB award

Nominee eligibility

The Employer Professional Development Award is given to organizations for contributions to employee continuing education and professional development.

A previously awarded Employer is eligible to be nominated again after three years.  However, nominations that include previously awarded projects should not be included without significant improvement.

 

Team awards

In the event of an award going to a team, when recipients are required to be IEEE members, i.e., Accreditation, Continuing Education, Educational Innovation, all members of the team are required to be IEEE members. Travel will be provided for one recipient only. Honorarium is to be split equally among the team members. Only one honorarium for any one award will be given.

Please see the individual award pages for any exceptions.

 

Nominator requirements

Non-members of IEEE are eligible to serve as a nominator of this award. The nominator may be affiliated with the Employer, but is not required .

An individual can only serve as a nominator or reference for one award per category. 

Current members of the IEEE EAB, IEEE-HKN-BOG, or members of the IEEE professional staff, may not be nominators, recipients, or endorsers of EAB or IEEE-HKN Awards, unless otherwise specified. Current members of the IEEE EAB Awards and Recognition Committee (ARC), IEEE Life Members Committee (LMC), trustees and officers of the Charles LeGeyt Fortescue Graduate Fund or the IEEE-HKN Awards & Recognition Committee may not be nominators, recipients, or endorsers of awards associated with their respective committees, unless otherwise specified.

As specified in IEEE Policy 4.4.H, Eligibility and Process Limitations, individuals serving on any board or committee involved at any stage of the recipient selection or approval process for an award shall be ineligible to receive, or act as a nominator or reference for that award. This conflict of interest limitation shall apply to all awards given by the IEEE or any of its organizational units.

Self-nominations will not be accepted, unless otherwise noted.

Submit an EAB award nomination

Reference requirements

The nominator is responsible to provide a minimum of three, and a maximum of five, people who have had first-hand experience with the professional-development activities of the nominated organization. Any person, including non-members of IEEE, who has first-hand experience with the professional-development activities of the nominated organization is eligible to provide reference for this award.