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Desks for freelancers The San Francisco Public Press offers dedicated workspace for $275 per month at 44 Page St. near Market, Muni and BART. Current subletters are a freelance science writer and an arts/media nonprofit. Fee includes wireless DSL, phone line, printers, copiers, fax, kitchen, snacks and meeting space. Contact Lila LaHood by email at lila (at) sfpublicpress (dot) org, or by phone at (415) 495-7377.
Metcalf Institute for Marine & Environmental Reporting is taking applications for its 16th Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists: Climate Change in Coastal Ecosystems June 1 -- 6, 2014 at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography. Deadline: Feb. 1.
Shared workspace available in Dogpatch. The Potrero View is looking to share its office space in the American Industrial Center. A rough and tumble suite, with its own bathroom and areas for six or more workstations, some of them private. If you're interested: email@example.com.
Strictly Financials Reynolds Center Seminar Jan. 2-5 in Phoenix, Ariz. Apply by Nov. 1. Intensive training in financial statements and SEC documents. Fellowships cover training, lodging, materials, most meals. Follow link to apply.
Health plan: Apply now! Members of all independent worker units may apply for Guild Freelancers health coverage, along with dental and vision benefits. Click on "benefits" to learn how.
Free tips, tutorials. Guild members can access a wide range of tutorials for free at the CWA/NETT Academy. Visit the Facebook page to get started.
GUILD FREELANCERS is a growing part of the Pacific Media Workers Guild and The Newspaper Guild-CWA. We represent journalists and independent writers working in all types of media, and advocate vigorously on their behalf in the marketplace, the Legislature, and the public mind. We work to provide benefits, services, and educational programs for our members as the publishing industry evolves.