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CJS Subscriptions for Graduates

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About to or just graduated? Looking for your first countryside, conservation job?

Then look no further.


We know that you're facing a difficult time setting out looking for your first 'real' job in a profession that you hope is going to sustain you, body and soul, for the rest of your working life. Here at CJS we appreciate that this wonderful, amazing sector can even more difficult to get started in.

To help our next generation of rangers, ecologists, wildlife warriors, landscape managers and environmental educators CJS offers all new graduates and students a full year's subscription to CJS Weekly completely free of charge. All you need to do is fill in the form below and we'll start sending you weekly copies.

CJS Weekly is the original newsletter dedicated to countryside and conservation staff, the first edition was sent to rangers in July 1994 and we've not stopped. There's been a new edition crammed with jobs (of course), voluntary roles and placements, features covering all aspects of the sector and the week's news from across the profession published every week, that's over 1,400 editions so far (October 21) .

One reader said recently: "I doubt I would have had the career I have had without the CJS."

So fill in the form and set your foot on the first rung of the ladder and CJS will be here to help you all the way.

  

We have now closed the database for new subscriptions for this year. You can still sign up but your first edition will not arrive until Friday 7 January.

  

(Please check your address as this is the only way we have to contact you)

   

(This is for our readership breakdown for advertisers)

   

(To ensure you're eligible for the free subscription and to help us know which subjects are looking to use CJS so we can tailor content.)

   

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This is a genuine gift, no hidden catches or sudden requests for money; we won't be contacting you for any reason other than to send your copy of CJS Weekly and we don't sell or pass on your details.

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