JEA Yearbook Adviser of the Year

Page One
There was an error on your page. Please correct any required fields and submit again. Go to the first error
DEADLINE: The application must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. Central Time Oct. 15, for consideration for the H.L. Hall National Yearbook Adviser of the Year Award.

Because you cannot save your progress on this form, we recommend that you develop your answers to these questions in another program, such as Google Docs or Microsoft Word, and then copy and paste your responses into the fields below.
1. Biographical questions
Student Body Grade Levels
Answer the following questions about the most recently published yearbook you advised. Because you cannot save your progress on this form, we recommend that you develop your answers to these questions in another program, such as Google Docs or Microsoft Word, and then copy and paste your responses into the fields below.
2. Are you certified by the Journalism Education Association? *This question is required.
13. List the total revenue and total expenses for the most recently published yearbook (including printing, photography, advertising, book sales, etc.)
20. Please upload a current resume.
(pdf file accepted; file must be 500K or less)
21. Please compile not more than five (5) letters of recommendation from administrators, colleagues, current/former students or others who are familiar with your work.
(pdf file accepted; file must be 500K or less)
23. Please submit the following spreads and pages from your school's most recent yearbook. Facing pages (a double-page spread) should be exported as a PDF spread, not single pages, for viewing/judging purposes.
  • Cover
  • Front endsheet (include table of contents wherever it appears)
  • Title page
  • Opening spread(s)
  • One divider
  • One index spread
  • Colophon
  • Closing or parting
  • One people spread
  • Up to five other spreads from inside coverage of your choosing
(up to 10 pdf files accepted; each file must be less than 10MB)
24. Please upload a high-quality color head shot, as well as a candid photo of you teaching/working with students, of at least 200 ppi.
(jpg files accepted; each file must be 1MB or less)