It’s Time to Sign Up for Another Session of My Intro to Freelancing Class

Want to learn how to build a freelancing career? Need help pitching, writing to a deadline, developing your client base, and/or growing your income?

I’m about to run another session of my popular How to Get Started as a Freelancer course through Seattle’s Hugo House (don’t worry, it’s online, everything’s online these days). Here’s the course summary:

How do you get started as a freelance writer? Is it possible to turn freelancing into a full-time job? Nicole Dieker has been a full-time freelancer for nearly a decade, and she’ll teach you everything she knows about how freelancers make money; how to pitch (even when you don’t have clips); how to build a freelancer schedule that combines writing, pitching, networking, and administrative work; and how to grow your earnings over time.

If that sounds like your jam, the four-week course costs $240 ($216 for Hugo House members) and runs from October 19 through November 9.

How to Get Started as a Freelancer is self-directed, which means you’ll get a lesson packet every week with assignments that you can complete on your own time. It also means NO ZOOM MEETINGS.

NONE.

ZEROTH ZOOM.

(You can still participate in asynchronous conversation with your classmates — and with me — on the course’s discussion board.)

Happy to answer questions about the class in the comments — and if you’re interested in starting your freelance career this fall, I hope to see you there! ❤️

 
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