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Apply Now for Green Infrastructure Co-op

Click here to apply Boston Center for Community ownership is partnering with Codman Square NDC, with support from the City of Boston, to launch a new worker-owned cooperative, designed to provide opportunities for immigrant workers. The program will build on CSNDC’s training program in Green Infrastructure – an emerging field of

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We’re Hiring!

About the position: BCCO seeks to hire a Co-op Organizer who has experience with bookkeeping and small business support, and would like to continually expand and broaden their skill set. We are looking for someone who has spent time working for small businesses in a bookkeeping, financial management, or similar

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Talleres de Gobernanza Cooperativa

Workshop Registración para el taller en español:  Serie de 2 talleres en línea en Zoom.  Estos talleres gratuitos serán interactivos y darán tiempo y espacio para que los participantes se apoyen mutuamente y compartan sus conocimientos y experiencia. Favor de hacer planes para estar presente y usando una conexión con video,

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Cooperative Governance Series

Workshop English registration: This is a 2-part, virtual workshop series using the Zoom platform. These free workshops will be interactive and give time and space for participants to support each other and share their wisdom. Please plan to be fully present and use a connection with video if possible. Registration for

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2019 Small Business Financial Planning

Workshop BCCO is pleased to announce this workshop series, sponsored by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, with funding from Santander Bank, and support from TESA Collective. If you are a small business owner or employee and you’re getting ready to launch or expand your business, this series is designed for

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Upcoming workshops on cooperative business

The City of Boston has launched a Worker Cooperative Initiative in concert with Mayor Walsh’s efforts to expand support for small businesses and entrepreneurs, and create opportunities for economic mobility for every Bostonian. You will learn about selling businesses to employees, different types of employee ownership, and improving business by

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Boston City Council Hearing on Cooperatives

We’re very excited that the City of Boston, from the Mayor’s office to the City Council, is getting fired up about cooperatives.  Today is the City Council’s hearing on co-ops, and we will be there giving testimony on the economic impact of cooperatives to our city.  If you’d like to read

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Worker-Owned Cooperatives Are Larger Than Conventional Firms

In “What Do We Really Know About Worker Co-operatives?“, Virginie Pérotin writes, “Perhaps the most common received idea about worker co-operatives is that they must be small. It is often thought worker co-operatives must be financially constrained, and a small size is sometimes regarded as a condition for workplace democracy to

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