Welcome to the Cube
The Cube is a co-working space designed for Jewish students. Based in the heart of New York City, the Cube is available for individual work, hosting events, and holding meetings for all WJC NextGen and WJC Jewish Diplomatic Corp members, as well as partner organizations.
The Cube grants you the opportunity to meet and work amongst your peers. You will have access to a fully furnished and functional office space, with an additional conference room attached. With all the hard work you will be focusing on at The Cube, there is always some time for fun. At your fingertips, you will have access to a large-screen TV, a pool-to-ping pong convertible table, Wi-Fi, lounge chairs, beverages, and refreshments. And the opportunities do not end there! Throughout the year, there will be interactive events planned; where you may hear a guest speaker, engaging activities, and maybe even have a delicious meal. Within The Cube’s four corners, the possibilities are endless.
The Cube also hosts events, welcoming the New York Jewish community to learn, engage, and delve into crucial conversation on Jewish culture and society, current events, and more.
Individuals or Organizations can request to book the Cube by filling out the form below.
Check back soon for more upcoming events!
Sarah Aaronsohn: Israel's First Female Spy
On March 29th, 2022, The Cube first opened its doors to the public. In honor of Women's History Month and the story of Queen Esther during Purim, a member of the World Jewish Congress' Jewish Diplomatic Corps, Adam Hummel (Canada) gave an insightful presentation of The Flame of Israel, Sarah Aaronsohn.
Jewish on Campus visits the Cube
Resilience in the Age of Online Hate
WUJS & EUJS Shabbaton
The World Jewish Congress welcomed a delegation of over forty students from thirty countries to its headquarters in New York on June 10th, 2022 for a Shabbat experience. The delegation, consisting of student leaders from both the World Union of Jewish Students and the European Union of Jewish Students, had the opportunity to meet, network, and learn during their time with the WJC.
Ben M. Freeman Speaks at the Cube
Ben M. Freeman, author of Jewish Pride books, speaker, and member of the WJC’s Jewish Diplomatic Corps., addressed a crowd on Thursday, 3 November 2022, about the significance of a strong Jewish identity. Moderated by Nechama Weinstock, the Jewish content TikTok creator, Freeman shared his thoughts on what Jewish pride means, how to wear the Jewish identity and reclaim our nationhood with an upstanding nature, and other themes he discusses in his new book Reclaiming Our Story: The Pursuit of Jewish Pride.