Walsworth Yearbooks announces winners of 2017 Photo Contest

The 2017 Photo Contest ended up becoming the largest ever for Walsworth Yearbooks, with more than 4,400 entries.

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May 3, 2017 / New Advisers

If you couldn’t make it to our May 2 webinar, “Why Workshops Work: The Secret of a Successful Yearbook Staff,” don’t worry! A replay of the event is now available. The webinar, which was hosted by Walsworth Yearbooks sales rep Sabrina Schmitz, CJE, and journalism specialist Mike Taylor, CJE, provided an overview on why summer…

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March 31, 2017 / Spring 2017 / Staff Management

In the midst of creating this year’s yearbook, it’s hard to look ahead and get motivated to start next year’s book. However, the best yearbook years start well before the first day of school. Early preparation starts with more than just idea generation. In fact, it begins with identifying and training new and returning staff…

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March 8, 2017 / Adviser Academy

Summer will be here before you know it, and that means summer workshop plans are already being made. For yearbook advisers, especially new yearbook advisers, Walsworth’s annual Adviser Academy should be circled on your calendar. This year’s Academy will take place July 10-12 in Kansas City at the Marriott Country Club Plaza. There will be…

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May 23, 2016 / Staff Management

Your yearbook staff can get some much-needed time away from school for fun, rest and relaxation this summer. However, there is also plenty of time to squeeze in prep for next year’s book. Summer workshop is the best place to start laying that foundation. Taking some time to work on theme, cover and tech training…

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March 13, 2012 / Spring 2012 / Staff Management

Noelle Chilson will not remember attending a summer yearbook workshop in July 2011. She was only three-and-a-half months old at the time. Noelle went because her mother, adviser Emily Chilson, thought workshop was so important that she loaded up Noelle and the Pack ‘n Play® and accompanied her students to the Northwest Yearbook Workshop in Tacoma, Wash.

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