Here is an introduction to the concept of the platform co-op. To see it in action, visit social.coop and join for just $1/month!
Tom Webb, past chair of the Moases Coady Institute and founder of the Masters of Management: Co-operatives and Credit Unions program at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax.
This week, we kick off National Co-op Month with a retrospective on the birth of the “modern” co-op movement in the small industrial town of Rochdale, UK.
FROM the NCBA/CLUSA: Earlier today, the Office of Management and Budget released a Budget Blueprint outlining the Trump Administration’s FY2018 Budget. The Blueprint proposes to reduce or eliminate several programs important to developing and supporting the work of cooperatives, both domestically and abroad. Examples include the elimination of discretionary programs at USDA, such as the […]
Management education native to the co-operative experience has been growing over the last decade. NWCDC is proud to be associated with three exciting programs. NWCDC is a member of the Co-operative Management Education Co-operative which provides curriculum and support for the Masters program at St. Mary’s University in Nova Scotia. One of our developers, John […]
Want to learn about the Worker Coop model? Know someone considering organizing a worker coop? Please forward this email to anyone whom you think might be interested in registering for this course. This summer, The Evergreen State College will be offering Worker Cooperatives, An Introduction during the second summer session. This four-credit course meets on […]
Staff from the Northwest Cooperative Development Center will be leading a workshop on the importance of values and principles in the modern economy at the Economics of Happiness Conference in Portland from February 27-March 1. This is an exciting conference and we hope many of our allies and friends in the Pacific Northwest will take […]
Join us in Portland January 6-7, 2015 for the Cooperative Director Training Course. About the Course The 2015 CDI Course includes a Total of 21 Sessions (7 more than the 2014 course) comprised of General and Multiple Track Presentations( Three Tracks). Attendees may select sessions based on their interests.The Track I Segment is designed […]