MMEA offers five awards to recognize notable achievements and support for music education. These five awards, presented in no particular order, include the Award of Merit, the Outstanding Administrator MMEA Recognition Award, the Hilda E. Humphrey Service Award, the Music Educator of the Year Award, and the Friend of Music Education Award. All awards will be presented at the MMEA coffee hour during the Michigan Music Conference in January (Grand Rapids). Additional information on each award can be found at the links below. Please note: All nominations must be submitted by a member of MMEA.
Pictured from left are Dr. Christina Hornbach (Award of Merit, 2016) and Judy Palac (2016 Music Educator of the Year)
To recognize an individual who has given exemplary service to the MMEA and music education in Michigan.
To recognize administrative support for music education. This award will be made to individuals who have demonstrated active, on-going support for balanced music programs.
To recognize those who have given 25 years of service to music education.
To recognize early career teachers who have become involved in the work of the Michigan Music Educators Association
To recognize outstanding merit in music teaching, this award will be made to individuals who have served their students, communities and profession in a exemplary manner.
To recognize an individual, organization, school board, or corporation who has contributed in a significant way to the support of music education in Michigan.