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Journo Resources Live: Getting the journalism job you want

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Are you an aspiring journalist? Do you want to know how to get the journalism job you want and progress once you're there?

If so, then make sure you come along to Journo Resources Live, a day-long event on Saturday 26 October featuring in-depth workshops and the opportunity to meet industry-leading journalists. The event is hosted by Journo Resources in conjunction with Sheffield Hallam University.

A ticket includes:

In-Depth Workshops: Two in-depth workshops with the Journo Resources team. Polish your CV and job skills in the morning, and choose between advanced social media search skills and story pitching clinics in the afternoon.

Industry Discussions: A closing panel from industry insiders (speakers and topic TBC).

Insightful Installations: Get clued up on the latest freelance and salary rates with our Money Does Grow On Trees installation or relax in our reading corner, where you can browse successful job applications, CVs, freelance pitches and more.

Careers Fayre: Chat to industry bodies, hiring companies and more.

Goodie Bag: What conference is complete without a bag of freebies to take away with you?

They'll be allocating tickets on a first-come-first-serve basis, so book your tickets as soon as you can. If you're unemployed or on a low income and would like to attend, get in touch with

This event will take place on Saturday 26 October from 10:30am-6pm at Sheffield Hallam University. Tickets are £10.

by Felicity Jackson (she/her)

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