Become a Journo Resources Member And Supercharge Your Journalism Career!

JR memberships are built to help supercharge your career – try for free today!

For Freelancers:

For Jobseekers:

  • Meet journalists of all experience and specialisms as part of our Discord community and receive alerts as soon as we publish new job opportunities πŸ‘‰ Find out more here.

For Everyone:

  • Free access to all of our virtual events and full access to the events archive. Learn from successful working journalists. πŸ‘‰ Find out more here.
  • Receive our annual magazine, The Yearbook, and directly support our fellowship πŸ‘‰ Find out more here.
  • Additional newsletters alongside our Tuesday opportunities bulletin.
  • A warm fuzzy feeling for supporting the future of JR and our mission to diversify the media industry!

All members receive the same benefits, it’s just cheaper if you pay for longer.

If you have any questions about membership, please email

FAQs On Membership

We know you might have a few questions, so we’ve aimed to answer them all here! If we’ve missed anything, please do let drop us an email on

Where does the money go?

We’re an independent social enterprise that really is run on a shoestring. We know a lot of people say that but we really mean it – currently we only have one full-time staff member. Every penny invested by our subscribers goes back into running the website, targeted schemes, events and other projects that serve our community of more than 200,000 journalists.

How can I sign up?

By tapping one of the buttons above.

Do I need a subscription?

Our core resources will always be free for everyone who needs us. We’re wholly dedicated to democratising the industry and our commitment runs deep. Everything you’ll find on our website is free to use – and we’ll never put a paywall up. At the same time, we’re only a tiny team – with just one member full-time member of staff. Memberships help us keep the site running for everyone. As a thank you, you’ll get access to some carefully curated additional perks.

Why should I join the Discord?

Simply put, journalism doesn’t have to be isolating. In our feedback surveys many of our members – especially those outside of London – spoke about the need to have spaces to connect with others working in the industry. As well as the company, we’ll post opportunities live as we find them, best practice on job apps, and notes from our events. This, alongside our general room to talk more generally about whatever you fancy.Β 

I’m an organisation or institution and I’d like to get involved.

We’ve worked with a whole range of organisations over the years, including Women in Journalism, the Financial Times, the University of Central Lancashire and the British Association of Journalists.

Whether you’re looking for learning to upskill your members, want to support the future of the industry, or give back, we’d love to chat on