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Faces of Freelance is all about stories.
Freelancers Hub has built a thriving community of freelancers from across the city who come together to learn, network, and grow their businesses. We created Faces of Freelance to share the unique perspectives of our members and their paths through freelancing.
Check out their stories and share your own with #FacesofFreelance.
Freelancers Hub is currently a virtual community space designed to help New York City's freelancers thrive! Join us for free educational workshops, legal and financial clinics, benefits assistance, and community events.
The Made in NY Media Center by IFP, which has been home to the Freelancers Hub since our inception in 2018, has made the difficult decision to permanently close its doors. The good news is that our work persists. Take a look at our upcoming event schedule to find a workshop or course that supports where you are in your freelance career.
When we can ensure the safety of our community, we will explore new locations for the Freelancers Hub. In the meantime, we hope you’ll join us online.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not offering coworking space or service at this time.
For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We accept workshop proposals on a rolling basis. Ideas should focus on topics that will benefit the freelance community and fall within our designated areas of interest: freelancing 101 skills, contracts and legal issues for freelancers, networking and community building, health and wellness, and finances and budgeting.
Freelancers Hub is open to anyone who lives or works in New York City. All of our core services and events are offered for free.
No! Freelancers Hub is open to everyone who lives and works in New York City. Attend workshops, coworking, and all Freelancers Hub activities by registering in advance. Registering for Freelancers Hub will also make you a member of Freelancers Union — membership is free and gives you access to resources and community to help you and your business thrive.
All of our core services and events at Freelancers Hub — including coworking — are offered for free.
Coworking is free and open to the community from 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. You must register in advance and agree to comply with our community guidelines. Individuals are permitted to cowork at Freelancers Hub up to eight days per month.
We accept proposals for workshops, classes, and event ideas on a rolling basis via this form. All workshops, classes, and event ideas should be oriented toward the freelancing community and fall within our designated areas of interest: freelancing 101 skills, contracts and legal issues for freelancers, networking and community building, health and wellness, and finances and budgeting.
Proposals to host an event at Freelancers Hub can be submitted using this form.
For the time being, Freelancers Hub exists solely in New York City through a partnership with the Made in New York Media Center by IFP and the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment. For inquiries about potential partnerships to bring Freelancers Hub to your area, contact us at email@example.com.
Yes. Freelancers Hub is accessible according to ADA guidelines via a ramp located on the ground floor.
Your Freelancers Union and Freelancers Hub logins are different.To create a Freelancers Hub account, visit www.freelancershub.nyc and click on "Sign up for free."