Yearbook Chat with Jim

Walsworth Special Consultant Jim Jordan spent 35 years as an award-winning yearbook adviser. Now he seeks out the unique, personal stories from those still in the classroom.

Every episode brings new compelling interviews as advisers reflect on their year and career.

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Yearbook Chat with Jim

Behind every yearbook is a great story, and Jim Jordan is exploring those stories.

Join Jim as he interviews the people behind the yearbook in Yearbook Chat with Jim, part of the Walsworth Yearbooks Podcast Network (WYPN). From new advisers who just made it through their first year, to long-time yearbook lovers looking at retirement, Yearbook Chat with Jim shows the human side of creating a yearbook.

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Brad Cook, yearbook adviser at Gresham High School in Gresham, Oregon, is a bona fide graphic designer. He teaches graphic design, digital photography and yearbook. Before becoming a teacher, he was a graphic designer at many places, including Nike – and he does his design work despite being colorblind! He’s passionate about typography – you can catch his session with Jim at the Nashville JEA Convention this March – and all things design. In this episode, Brad and Jim take a deep dive on great design and creating an incredible yearbook.

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