Think. Bond. Create. One of the best ways to jump-start next year’s book is to attend a summer workshop. Here are three reasons to sign up:
Theme development Whether you’ve chosen a theme or starting from scratch, a workshop is the perfect place to test drive a concept. You’ll see lots of ideas, consult with journalism experts and discover innovative ways to develop the theme throughout the book.
Staff bonding The social aspect of yearbook keeps students invested in the program. Sharing dorm space, working late into the night and goofing off together enhances the camp experience.
Creative inspiration In addition to learning about theme, design and coverage, your staffers will see stunning visuals. Cool covers, showstopper spreads and trending topics will inspire their own design and theme choices.
Bonus: Most journalism workshops are held on a university campus giving staffers an opportunity to experience a college environment. Contact your representative for workshops in your area or check our list of summer camps.