DATE: Wednesday, May 24, 2017.
TIME: Registration is 8:00-8:30, instruction is 8:30-12 with a lunch break from 12-1. There is an optional “concept planning” event from 1:00-3:00p.m. Jeff Moffitt will be present to help inspire more creative book ideas.
TO REGISTER: Fill out the form below, indicate how many people are attending from your school, and their specific names. If you don’t yet know the names of who you are bringing, you can reserve their spot, and provide names before May 10th. Once you’ve reserved spots, there are no refunds, but you are welcome to bring a different student if needed.
Seating is limited, so we want to include next years’ leaders/editors from each school
Eat a filling breakfast- Lunch will be available within walking distance at one of the following restaurants (Fiesta Mexicana, Lindeman’s Bistro and Catering, Bangkok Thai, Allies Vegan Pizzaria and Café.) Bring $10-15.00 with you for your lunch and off campus staff brainstorming session.
COST: The cost for the workshop is $35 per attendee. If you register by April 23, and pay in full by the date of the workshop, you will receive a $10 dollar discount, and pay only $25. That means if you register now, you pay only $25 per student. Advisers are free when bringing two students or more.
Parking: at the Cathedral is free.
Payment info: Once you are registered, an invoice will be sent. Payment can be made to Amanda Brown Monumental Memories LLC, P.O. Box 4743, Spokane WA 99201- 4743
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In seventh grade, Creative Accounts Manager, Jeff Moffitt began his yearbook journey. Since then, he has shared his design, writing, photography, and marketing skills with yearbook staffs around the globe, teaching at local, state, national and international conventions and workshops and meeting with staffs one-on-one.
“While many things have changed about how yearbooks are produced, there is one constant that remains: storytelling through words and pictures. Working with staffs to develop their story and create the best yearbook their school has ever seen is beyond rewarding. Seeing a student’s face light up when an idea is pushed further and getting positive feedback when the book is delivered is like nothing else. This is not just a job, it is my passion,” Moffitt said.
Moffitt, MJE, is a Jostens Creative Account Manager. He advised the award-winning Torch yearbook and Oracle newspaper at Olympia High School in Orlando, FL for 11 years. He is a National Board Certified teacher in career and technical education. Moffitt was OHS’s 2007 Teacher of the Year. JEA named him a Special Recognition Yearbook Adviser in 2010 and a Rising Star in 2006.
• Clock hour fee is $2 per hour, plus a $5 processing fee per participant.
• You can earn up to 5 clock hours for this workshop.
• Clock hours need to be purchased within 90 days of the completion of the session to avoid late fees.
• They are offered through Capital Region ESD 113. Click here to access their site.