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Friday, June 22 • 9:00am - 12:30pm
Becoming a Worker Cooperative Developer: The Basics (By Application) (Morning Only) FILLING

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This gathering is for people who are interested in entering the field of worker cooperative development. Worker cooperative development can create quality jobs and contribute to a more equitable economy. But what does it look like in practice, and how can it be done most effectively? Hosted by the Democracy at Work Institute, this workshop will use participatory methods to draw out the desired impacts of cooperative development projects, and emphasize alignment with best practices and principles of cooperative development. We will cover the skills and resources needed, the implications of different models, and metrics to collect to understand long-term success. Interested in developing worker-owned businesses as part of a community-based organization or economic development program? Spend the morning with us!

To attend, please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/Oyydbew956gKC30v1 

Contacts:
Roodline Volcy, Program Coordinator at Democracy at Work Institute, rvolcy@institute.coop
Leigh Brown, Program Coordinator at DAWI, lbrown@institute.coop

Speakers
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Leigh Brown

Program Coordinator, Democracy at Work Institute
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Roodline Volcy

Contracts Manager, Democracy at Work Institute
Roodline Volcy is the Contracts Manager at the Democracy at Work Institute. Roodline was born in Haiti and emigrated to Florida to join her family in the early 90s. She attended Salem College in North Carolina where she studied International Relations and Race & Ethnicity Studies... Read More →


Friday June 22, 2018 9:00am - 12:30pm
HGA Classroom 214

Attendees (15)