The Freelance Creatives' mission is to help you sharpen your skills and discover job opportunities in an online and in-person community. With local chapters in the United States, they host spaces where freelancers inspire and support each other in their career development.
This tribe started with monthly meetings for freelance graphic designers in Houston and then expanded to more professionals and cities. The founder lived in his own flesh how lonely it can be to work as an independent professional. That's why he created the community to facilitate peer support through regular meetings and networking channels.
Now with 800+ members, they still run monthly meetings to strengthen the group and facilitate job opportunities. Through events and gatherings, you'll be in touch with companies looking for talented freelancers.
You can join private Facebook groups to stay updated and attend meetings in your area. Discover a place where creative minds join to discuss industry topics and have fun at social events.
Find freelance gigs:
Connect with more businesses owners looking for freelancers to expand your job opportunities. Get peer's help to showcase your work and reach more recruiters.
Improve your skills:
Attend workshops and online courses to build your business skills. Learn how to handle freelancing tasks such as invoicing, writing contracts, paying taxes, and more.
Connect with local freelancers:
You'll meet professionals working in your city in a friendly environment. Local meetings offer a good opportunity to learn from other freelancers and share resources. After in-person gatherings, you'll be in touch with your community within a private Facebook group. You'll find mutual support and peer accountability sessions.
You have to be a freelance working in the United States to join Facebook groups.
Members join in monthly in-person meetups within local chapters around the United States.
It's a space to make new connections and discover freelance-friendly businesses to work at.
Through workshops and online courses, you'll get the chance to cultivate your skills and improve your craft.
Local fellows engage in private Facebook groups to keep in touch after in-person meetings.
"I'm glad I was able to be at the Meetup. Very professional, creative and friendly group. Had a lot of fun! Looking forward to the next one!" -Majeak Ann