Conspiracy XV Yearbook Interest/Application
Dear Yearbook Candidate (or someone who may be interested in being part of the Yearbook Staff),

Thank you for showing interest in becoming a member of next year's Conspiracy yearbook staff. Yearbook offers you the chance to participate in capturing and preserving the school's history and your memories. Our yearbook staff works together to photograph school events, write the story of the year, design our pages, and submit them to our printing plant. We have a great time learning about journalism and producing a yearbook that everyone in the school can enjoy.

To be a member of the yearbook staff, you must first apply. The questions below act as that application; we will also ask at least one of your teachers for their thoughts on your character and abilities.

Feel free to stop by the Yearbook room (F206) during 4th period or after school most days if you have any questions.

--Mrs. Travasos
Yearbook Adviser

Email address *
Student Name *
Your answer
Student Grade in 2018-2019 *
Very briefly, why would you like to be on the Conspiracy XV staff? *
Conspiracy is the name of our yearbook; it is the word for a group of Ravens. XV is the number of of the book we will produce next year; it will be our 15th book.
Your answer
Are you interested in photography? *
Write a caption for the photo below. *
Your answer
What is something that you would love to see in your yearbook? *
Your answer
Are you available to occasionally work outside of school hours, if needed? *
School events that are featured in the yearbook often take place after school or sometimes on weekends.
What do you typically do when faced with a challenge? *
A challenge might be something you're unfamiliar with, something you don't know how to do, or something that doesn't go as planned, for example.
How do you usually handle criticism or critique of your work? *
Please provide the name of a CCA teacher who would be able to comment on your character and abilities. *
Incoming freshmen and new students should provide the name and email of a current teacher.
Your answer
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