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About the Teaching Press

Committed to Community

The Teaching Press is local- and literary-minded.

In addition to our completed projects, we engage educators and students in local schools as well as print-related businesses like Seaway Printing, host book-making visits for high school students and create themed mini-notebooks for book festivals and charitable organizations.

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Students pose for photo with Professor Rebecca Meacham by Teaching Press Equipment
Teaching Press work room

Our Facilities

We're able to make books right on campus – students even craft their own books using whatever style and materials they want.

Meet the Machines
Student intern meets with client

Our Opportunities

Gain experience in a real-world publishing environment, no matter your major.

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Professor shows student equipment at Teaching Press open house

Our Process

From start to finish, clients and students work together on the journey to publication.

How It All Works
Students work with Teaching Press Equipment to bind book

For Students

At the Press, students learn about the history of books, paper and printmaking – and work with community clients on projects. As interns and editors, you’ll get internship and leadership opportunities in:

  • Project Management
  • Graphic Design
  • Copyediting
  • Budgeting and Finance
  • Operations and Facilities
  • Social Media and Marketing
  • Client Engagement
Author Tim J. Weyenberg, signs his book, The Village of Vagabond

For Authors

Bring your work to life with help from our team here at the Teaching Press. Our services include:

  • Editing (copyediting and developmental editing)
  • Layout and Cover Design
  • Fact-Checking, if applicable
  • Book Promotion (press release, book launch, press kit and social media advertising)
  • Perfect Binding
  • Printing
  • A collaborative team of students

Do the Job You Love

“Working with The Green Bay Way gave me experience working closely with all aspects of the project, and it helped me grasp a basic understanding of the publishing process and what goes into producing a book, which ultimately made me a competitive candidate and helped me to land internships and eventually a job doing what I love.”

Krynn Hanold '19
Publicity Assistant at Bloomsbury Publishing

Krynn Hanold

Location

Representing the essential blend of creativity and technology, the Teaching Press is located in the STEM center at 2019 Technology Way on our Green Bay campus.

Campus Map (pdf)

News

Extra, extra! Read all about it! Get the latest news for upcoming Teaching Press projects.

Professor Rebecca Meacham

Want to Know More?

Have a project idea, or just want to know more about us? Email our Teaching Press director, Professor Rebecca Meacham.

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