Creating a Yearbook?
Join us On-Demand for the Ultimate Workshop Experience!
Whether you’re brand new to the yearbook journey, or have been creating publications for over a decade, we’ve got something for you!
Join us online at your convenience. Sessions are available August 1-February 27. Partake in three day’s worth of content, from the experts covering their topics. Pause to take notes, or re-watch them as many times as you need!
Katie Moreno (MJE) spent 6 years building an award-winning journalism program and is now an education consultant, as the founder of Organized Adviser. She is passionate about creating highly-interactive and hands-on learning experiences for publication staffs. But when she’s not nerding out over yearbooks, you can find her 50 feet deep scuba diving, collecting pins from every city she visits, or drinking too much iced coffee.
Dr. Bradley Wilson is currently an Associate Professor at Midwestern State University, and has worked in a variety of roles in the past, from a photojournalist in Austin to Executive Director of the National Press Photographers Association.
Jenny Dial Creech
Jenny Dial Creech is the adviser of the award winning Marksmen yearbook and ReMarker newspaper at St. Mark’s School of Texas in Dallas. Prior to teaching, Creech spent 18 years as a professional journalist – as a writer an editor for the Houston Chronicle and The Athletic. Creech won several writing awards in her career: one for investigative journalism in 2017, Sportswriter of the Year by the National Sports Media Association, and the Gold Key and the Joseph M. Murphy Award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
Per School: $75
This gets you and all your students access to the sessions until February 27.
Click the button below to be taken to the sign up page on Whova – our Workshop Platform.
You will be asked to enter your credentials, as well as that of all your student and administrator attendees. Be sure to have names and email addresses for each attendee, as they will receive a personal email invitiation.
Currently, registration is “free”, as Friesens will invoice participating schools after registration closes.