Membership

The FJN currently offers free membership to editorial and communications professionals who (wish to) cover our topics of interest. We are in the midst of developing valuable benefits for paid membership. In the meantime, please register to:

  • Receive our occasionally email updates featuring the latest Story Ideas, Topic Briefs and press events.
  • Receive an invitation to become a member of the FJN
  • Freelance, part-time and full-time editorial opportunities
  • Get listed in our soon-to-be-released Journalist Directory

Please note: We offer free registration to non-editorial people, so be sure to select “Journalist” and provide your affiliation on this form. We will follow up with Membership details soon.

Please choose your professional role:

Journalist

Editorial professionals, such as writers, editors, bloggers, podcast hosts, broadcasters, and producers.

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Researcher

Scholars and scientists in the fields surrounding consciousness, such as psychology, sociology, medicine, physics, etc.

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Other

Interested parties who are not editorial professionals or members of the scientific research community.

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Journalist Membership Levels

We offer two options for editorial professionals. Learn more about how the FJN supports journalists.

Free RegistrationPAID Membership
Story IdeasView on website or RSSView on website or RSS
Email alert
Topic BriefsView all contentView all content
View JOURNALIST DIRECTORY
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Limited fieldsAll fields
Listing in the JOURNALIST DIRECTORY
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Limited fieldsAll fields
Verified badge on profileNoYes
View RESEARCHER DIRECTORY
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Limited fieldsAll fields
FJN online events, featuring access to special guestsFeeNo fee
Access to online programming by the Galileo Commission and the Scientific & Medical NetworkBy requestIncluded
Concierge services (find sources)One-week turnaround24-hour turnaround

Researcher Opportunities

The FJN is on a mission to help journalists cover topics surrounding the science of consciousness and spirituality. It’s important that they are aware of developments in the field and understand who and where to go for information, interviews, and more. As someone who works in the research community, you are poised to raise the awareness of your work by becoming more visible to the press corps, helping them learn about key topics and pitching your stories for coverage.

Here are options for becoming more media savvy and visible.

FREE RegistrationPAID Membership
Story IdeasView on website or RSSView on website or RSS
Topic Briefs“Overview” onlyView all content
Listing in the RESEARCHER DIRECTORY
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Limited fieldsAll fields
Verified badge on profileNoYes
View JOURNALIST DIRECTORYLimited fieldsAll fields
Media Training CourseFeeReduced fee

Other Opportunities

By registering your email address with the FJN, you can access more content and receive our email newsletter, which will include bonus content not necessarily visible on our website.

Unregistered VisitorsFree Registered Visitors
Story IdeasView on website or RSSView on website or RSS
Topic BriefsTopic Brief main page onlyTopic Brief main page and each “overview”
JOURNALIST DIRECTORYNo fieldsLimited fields
RESEARCHER DIRECTORYNo fieldsLimited fields