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Welcome to SPJ's freelance community! You’re taking a bold step along with SPJ. The freelance community is a virtual chapter that meets online, linking SPJ members who are freelancers, no matter their locale. We want this to be the most useful place for freelance journalists on the web. To get there, we want your help.

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Editors: Need a personal finance writer from California? How about a sportswriter from Texas or an arts & entertainment writer from Illinois? Find the right journalist for your next assignment with SPJ’s brand-new Freelancer Directory. Search by state and/or specialty, subscribe to state-specific RSS feeds, or just do some window shopping. Freelancers: What are you waiting for? Adding your information to the directory is free if you're an SPJ member. Not a member? Here are a few more reasons to become one.

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Kiley Krzyzek, a journalism major and president of her SPJ student chapter at Central Connecticut State University, has already begun freelancing. I talked with her about how she found her footing early on in the fashion and entertainment beats. Here’s what she had to say, below. Q: How did you begin freelancing? Do you have a background in journalism? Why did you want to be a freelancer? (Are you still in school, and if so, how do you balance that with your freelance work?) A: I began freelancing when I was in high school. >Continue reading A fashionable beat

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SPJ Reading Room

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Community Calendar

Jul 7, 2015, 2 p.m. ET: SPJ Freelance Community Chat: Making Ends Meet
Jul 17, 2015, 2 p.m. ET: SPJ Freelance Community Hangout
D.C. Pro chapter Freelancers' Lunch
Aug 4, 2015, 2 p.m. ET: SPJ Freelance Community Chat: Finding Community as a Freelancer
Aug 14, 2015, 2 p.m. ET: SPJ Freelance Community Hangout


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