SNEWS FAQ: Put our Job Board to work for you

Whether you are seeking a job, have a job to fill, or just checking out your options and the market, the SNEWS® Job Board will do the trick.

Whether you are seeking a job, have a job to fill, or just checking out your options and the market, the SNEWS® Job Board will do the trick.

From outdoor to fitness to bike to adventure travel, our partnership with gives our classifieds a huge audience. An online newsletter is sent weekly to a list of approximately 16,000 people.

Job seekers can search instantly, receive job matches via email and post resumes – all for free. Employers can post jobs and candidate profiles and receive resumes of available candidates (fees vary based on quantity and time).

SNEWS subscribers get a 10-percent discount on all services from our partner, but only if you enter from our website. So be sure to post your jobs by first clicking on

Other things you can do on SNEWS? Here’s a sampling:

To peruse our FAQ about SNEWS, what we offer, how you find and research stories, how you contact us, and all the good inside stuff, click here

And be sure to email us at any time at if you have any questions about your SNEWS.



SNEWS Job Board and job search support -- at your service

SNEWS remains committed to supporting our communities through these challenging times – whether employers, employees or job seekers. To that end, if you find yourself suddenly without a job and, as a result, no longer part of your former employer’s corporate or group subscription more


SNEWS FAQ: Sharing passwords

We know you love what you see in SNEWS® so much that you want all your friends and colleagues to enjoy it too. We thank you for your enthusiasm, but there is one thing to remember: Sharing passwords is a no-no. And we do occasionally monitor subscription account usage to make more


SNEWS FAQ: Add your company to our Industry Directory

There are so many business benefits and resources on SNEWS®, you may often forget or miss something. We don’t want that! Here’s something you may not know: SNEWS has an Industry Directory of professionals by category where you as an All Access subscriber can list yourself. Click more


SNEWS FAQ: Setting up RSS news feeds

Keeping a tab on the latest SNEWS® headlines doesn’t get much easier than using RSS. Short for “Really Simple Syndication,” it feeds news directly to your desktop or favorite RSS reader, like the ones built in with the latest versions of Mozilla and Internet Explorer 7, so you’ll more


SNEWS FAQ: A lost password is a click away

Don’t you just hate it when you’re dying to read a news story on SNEWS but can’t get in because you’ve forgotten your password? We’re here to help, and you really don’t have to just email us personally. To retrieve a lost password, click on “Member Login” located on the menu bar more


SNEWS FAQ: Accessing the depth of information in our magazines archives

For the last eight years, SNEWS has been publishing several magazines a year with in-depth stories, seasonal trends and product analysis. But that goldmine of information does not come up in our regular archive story search because of their format. You may be missing out if you more


SNEWS FAQ: Personalize your SNEWS email delivery

SNEWS® wants to make sure you get your headline alert emails how you want them and when you want them. It all begins by going to Manage Subscription -- the link is also located at the top of every SNEWS page. Remember, you must be logged in. Once there, the Manage Subscription more


SNEWS FAQ: One SNEWS story forward can go to all your friends

Next time you hit “email to a friend” at the top of a SNEWS® news story, save your fingers and your time. To send to more than one person or email at once, just put all the emails in the first box, one after the other, separated by commas. And they will all get the forward with more


SNEWS FAQ: Got a news tip? Share it…even anonymously

If you ever hear things you’d like us to know or to check out, there’s a way to do it easily and quickly – even if you don’t want to share your name. Of course we prefer to know who is talking to us since you know we honor our word and don’t reveal sources. But we understand more