Time to cap off extraordinary year with extraordinary Distribution Day

Now is the exciting time to prepare to reveal all your hard work on yearbook distribution day. Schools are beginning to re-open in a variety of ways, so we created some helpful ideas to ensure that your celebration is one for the books!

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Journalism

As a member of the newspaper and yearbook staff during high school, I would always remember the sense of joy and accomplishment when I would see my name in print. I knew journalism was the career for me.

Fifteen years later, the world of newspaper reporting is behind me. No longer am I sitting in my cubicle writing stories and designing pages at a Pittsburgh newspaper. Now I am standing in front of 50 yearbook students, proving to them how journalism can make an impact on their life and give them benefits that are unimaginable.

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September 25, 2005 / Fall 2005 / Staff Management

If you have said at least once in the past year, “there has to be a better way,” then take heart. A support structure is closer than you think.

It is most likely not at your school. Among the dozens of teachers at your school, chances are there is no one you can ask about how to grade yearbook, assign coverage or learn more about desktop publishing technology.

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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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