If you're new to journalism or are thinking of starting a career as a freelancer, stop by a panel discussion next Wednesday night in Manhattan. "Career Tracks: A panel for student and young journalists on making your way in the changing media landscape" will cover corporate ownership, new media, and the rise of freelance and contract work. Established writers and editors, as well as Freelancers Union Executive Director Sara Horowitz, will talk about strategies for success and adapting to change. Freelancers Union Journalistic Fellow Anya Kamenetz will be one of the speakers. Date: June 13, 2007 Time: 7-9 pm Place: The Newspaper Guild's New York City headquarters, 1501 Broadway Price: Free! Refreshments will be served. Participants: Harold Meyerson, Executive Editor, the American Prospect and Washington Post op-ed columnist. Sarah Graham, Producer, New York Times Digital. Kara Jesella, Editor, New York Times Styles section, and coauthor, How Sassy Changed My Life. Sara Horowitz, Founder, Freelancers Union. Anya Kamenetz, freelance journalist and author, Generation Debt. Sponsored by the Newspaper Guild, the Freelancers Union, Campus Progress, The Nation magazine, The American Prospect, and Ms. Magazine. To attend, RSVP at Campus Progress.