The Structure of a Staff
Keeping your yearbook on track and holding members accountable is a huge part of making a yearbook staff great. The structure and organization of your staff is so important when it comes to meeting timeline goals. Plus, it simply makes your experience on staff more enjoyable when expectations are clear. By treating yearbook as any other class with homework, assignments and deadlines, you can set your book up for amazing success.
Greatness in Practice
Becca Youngers is the senior editor in chief for her yearbook and newspaper at Dowling Catholic High School in Iowa. Listen in as she describes what it’s like to create a well-oiled machine out of her senior-dominated yearbook staff and find her passion for journalism along the way. Watch her story below.
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