Yearbooking alone should be an oxymoron. That’s why we created Yearbook Club, a regular gathering (that sounds more fun than online training, right?) for parents, teachers, editors, and yearbook aficionados: from cohorts for new advisers to topical sessions, we have every topic you need to make a yearbook. And it’s free. Consider this our way of making you Most Likely to Succeed. (And if you need a PD cert for your administrator, we have you covered there as well.)
View all the free online training options here, or scroll to find the ones you need. (As we add events, both pages will be updated.)
Webinar: What’s New at Treering?
Treering’s glow up gave you a new dashboard, new resources, and more options to make your best book yet. Register for an interactive tour.
Return editors, join us as we:
- Outline new editor options in the App
- Locate the book donation option, photo, and page editing tools, and sales reports
- Highlight new graphics and themes
Common Career Technical Core Standards (CCTC): AR 6, AV-JB 4, BM 1
Career-Ready Practices (CRP): CRP – 6, CRP – 9, CRP – 10, CRP – 12
TRL 2022: Yearbook Magic – October 6, 2022
Join Treering for our flagship yearbook adviser event: Treering live. This year, we are all about making your stress disappear with breakouts, prizes, and, what else but yearbooking tricks!
Register for this one-time event.
Yearbook Themes 101 – October 19, 2022
A developed yearbook theme builds on what’s trending on campus, such as new construction or an all-school volunteerism initiative. It inspires spin-offs, headlines, and coverage. It tells the story of this year using both verbal and visual elements.
You’ll learn how Treering makes it easy with hundreds of pre-designed themes plus
- Create a style guide
- Develop a lexicon to convey the yearbook theme verbally
- Identify theme (brand) visuals
Register for this one-time event!
Webinar: Cover Contests From Start-to-Finish
Discover why cover contests are one of the most popular promotions. Hear from advisers who leverage this event to include more students in the yearbook and sell more books. You’ll also walk away with the resources to start your own yearbook cover contest.
- Outline contest parameters
- Create and implement a cover contest plan including scheduling, promoting, collecting, and judging
- Design covers and pages to showcase winners and runners-up
Register for the November or January online session.