When it comes down to it, the students who make up the yearbook staff define what the book will be. Finding the right combination of dedication, talent and fun can make all the difference in making deadlines, managing stress and producing a memorable yearbook. We’re here to make that process a little easier.
We talked to advisers from across the country who have built—and sometimes rebuilt—quality journalism programs from the ground up.
Learn their secrets for success in this beautiful, 24-page eBook, Recruit the Perfect Yearbook Staff.
1) You need to motivate students
2) The staff changes every year
3) Yearbook is an after-school program
4) Students say it’s too hard or too much work
5) You’re unsure of the best way to organize your staff positions
6) Your program is going through a re-building phase