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Teaching Press

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Welcome to the Printing Press

A student-managed resource for regional voices.

More than a classroom, the Teaching Press is first and foremost a publisher. We provide hands-on opportunities for students to experience the art and craft of bringing ideas to life on the printed page.

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Our Projects

Our first book launched in April 2019. Since then, we eagerly work from project idea to publishing! See All Projects  

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Who We Are

At the Press, we live by (and work under) two mottos.

1) “Failure is baked in” and 2) “Don’t expect competence.” This is because our interns are learners first, applying emerging skills of copyediting, book design and printing to each unique project. So we may be new to the world of publishing, but we're ready and eager to develop our skills by diving right in.

About the Teaching Press 

Meet Our Team

Before you work with us, see a list of our current interns and learn about Professor Rebecca Meacham's professional background.

Meet Us  

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Support the
Teaching PRess

The Press began because of a donation to the college and continues to thrive thanks to the generosity of our community. Your tax-free donation provides direct support for student learning, including internships for students, materials and prototyping – as well as the space to be creative, solve problems and learn from our experiences.


Author Tim J. Weyenberg

Dedicated to
Our Clients

“The entire Teaching Press team is dedicated to excellence in all aspects of publishing offering all of the services any budding author might need, from advice and suggestions to actual production. A great experience from every perspective! You get to be as involved as you want to be.”

Tim J. Weyenberg
Author of The Village and the Vagabond

Rebecca Meacham

Get in Touch

Have questions about the Teaching Press? Professor Rebecca Meacham, the director and head of the Press, can help.

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