Expand your freelance network – join SPJ’s freelance community!
Hello, freelance colleagues!
Have you heard about SPJ’s new Freelance Community? Launched this summer, the community is a new way for SPJ members interested in freelancing to connect with each other. It’s an ideal place for freelance journalists, editors, photojournalists, broadcast journalists and other freelance-related media to network, share ideas, find work, brainstorm, trouble-shoot and more. Check out the new freelance site on SPJ.org where you’ll find dozens of resources*, including:
- The Independent Journalist blog – learn from fellow freelancers
- Jobs Board – post freelance opportunities
- Freelance Directory – get listed, get jobs!
- Discussion Board – tell us what’s on your mind and let’s share ideas & concerns
- SPJ On Demand Videos – freelancing, branding and more
- SPJ Reading Room – freelance news & articles
To learn more about the Freelance Community, email Michael Fitzgerald or, join us Sept. 4-6 at Excellence in Journalism 2014 in Nashville, Tenn. We’re organizing a “no host” freelance meet-up on Thurs., Sept. 4 at 8:30 p.m. Central Time. RSVP here.
Expand your freelance network and job opportunities – join SPJ’s Freelance Community today!
*To access some of the community’s resources, you will need to login with your member ID and password. If you don’t have one, click here. If you have a member ID but have lost your password, click here.
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