Were here to help.
To those affected by layoffs and buyouts: SPJ supports you and wants to help.
If you are a current SPJ member who has recently been laid off from your full-time job and are unable to renew your SPJ membership due to financial hardship, you may be eligible to have your membership fees waived for six months. Get all the details and apply right here.
SPJ's member benefits center offers discounts on numerous essentials, including health, auto and liability insurance.
SPJ's Career Center and Freelance Community Jobs Board offer a wealth of full-time and freelance opportunities.
This brand-new group, sponsored by SPJ, provides support and resources for journalists who have been laid off from their jobs, are looking for work, or are just trying to figure out what's next in a challenging media environment. If you're on LinkedIn, join us today.
Lets help each other.
Layoffs and buyouts affect us all, whether we're fellow working journalists or members of the public. Journalists give a voice to the voiceless, act as watchdogs to powerful entities and maintain a balanced democracy. And journalism needs your help more than ever.
Give all things journalism by gifting someone an SPJ membership. (Want to gift a membership, but don't know who to give it to? We can help with that as well.)
Your donations allow us to protect journalism and journalists in myriad ways. Whatever your passion, SPJ has a cause to match.
Join hands with us as a member or supporter.
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