All yearbook advisers can benefit from the Adviser Mentor Program

In his latest column, Walsworth's Jim Jordan explains how the Adviser Mentor Program helps new yearbook advisers by providing a friend to guide and encourage them.

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April 3, 2003 / Spring 2003

Sandy Jacoby not only found her passion in yearbooks, her commitment and exuberance has helped countless students uncover the same passion and realize their potential as leaders and communicators.

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April 3, 2003 / Spring 2003

Many stories about former JEA Yearbook Advisers of the Year tell a familiar tale of non-journalism majors who stumbled into yearbook advising by accident, with no experience or preparation, and discovered a lifelong passion.

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November 7, 2002 / Winter 2002

Terry M. Nelson, publications adviser with Central High School, Ind., was selected as the 2001 National High School Journalism Teacher of the Year by the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund (DJNF) for her outstanding contribution to teaching journalism and advising the Munsonian newspaper.

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April 15, 1999 / Spring 1999

Thirty-six years ago, after graduating from Western Illinois University in the spring of 1963, I began my teaching career at Yorkville High School, Yorkville, Ill., as a business education teacher and adviser to the student council. I was not the yearbook adviser that first year and had no real intention of ever becoming one. That would soon change.

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