Freelancer’s Survival Guide Master Class next weekend in Vancouver

If you live in the Vancouver area and are new to freelancing, there’s a crash course coming up this weekend that will teach you everything you need to know to set yourself up as an independent creative worker.

Award-winning freelance food and travel journalist (and CMG Freelance Branch president) Don Genova is leading this day-long seminar, called The Freelancer’s Survival Guide, as part of The Tyee’s fall Master Class series.

The course is scheduled for this Saturday, October 3rd from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lunch and coffee (and post-class beer) are included in the $200 registration fee. The fee for this workshop also includes a year-long membership in the CMG Freelance Branch (worth $150).

If you are already a member of CMG Freelance, you qualify for a $50 discount on the course. If you’re a member and you’re interested in signing up for the course, please email for a discount code before you register.

To register for the Freelancer’s Survival Guide, check out this page on The Tyee’s website.


Posted on September 29, 2015 at 3:00 am by editor · · Tagged with: , , , ,

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