Three yearbook success stories show how their high school experiences influenced their career choices

Begin with a solid foundation.

Like a good action photo or a decent lead. Learn the basics. You know, caption writing, headline design, interviewing. Look for ways to increase your knowledge and skill sets. Maybe by asking question after question at a summer workshop.

Choose a direction.

Visual, verbal, business.

This is how you begin a successful yearbook career, but it’s also how you begin any career. And these former yearbookers prove how those skills learned in the yearbook room become invaluable in the workplace, whether as a grown-up yearbooker or as a tech professional.

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