Over the years of working with “best-in-class” and “not-so-best-in-class” yearbook committees, I’ve seen high functioning groups and completely dysfunctional ones. I’ve seen yearbook advisors pull their hair out just to move their yearbook along while others sit on the sidelines, mentor their students and enjoy the energy and creativity unfold before their eyes. I’ve often […]
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Is your yearbook committee equipped to succeed?
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Congratulations! You have taken on the task of being the record keeper of your school’s memories. Setting up your yearbook team is going to be crucial to your success. Here are a few tips on recruiting staff: Talk to your co-workers. They may recommend students that are great at writing, have a knack for photography […]
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