Please join us in welcoming NASCO's newest board directors. Our dedicated directors help to set the direction of the larger NASCO community and keep NASCO responsive to the needs of the cooperative movement.  
Hey everyone! I'm Maggie (they) and I'm a 6th year co-oper at ICC Ann Arbor new to the NASCO board. I grew up in Alpena, MI before moving down to Ann Arbor for school where I studied German and psychology. I have two adorable rats (Clover and Ivy) who bring me immense joy on a daily basis. I love bonfires, river hangs, general shenanigans, and talking all things co-op with anyone who will listen.
¡Hola! My name is Jonathan Armstrong (Any Pronouns), I live in Austin, Texas, and I have been a member of College Houses Cooperatives for over two years. I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in International Relations/Global Studies and Government, with a minor in History.  I am deeply inspired by the amount of support cooperatives have been able to provide in the region, and I am incredibly passionate about keeping the cooperative movement alive today!  I am hoping to use the knowledge, skills, and lived experiences I have cultivated to assist the NASCO Board of Directors with its commitment to anti-oppression work.
Lee Pepper is Communications Co-ordinator at the Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada, which represents and serves over 900 housing co-ops across Canada. They are active in their home of Ottawa, Ontario, on issues of affordable housing and 2SLGBTQ+ justice. They’re excited to get to know NASCO and its members.

Member Spotlights

Robert Own Co-op (ICC Ann Arbor) is celebrating Pride Month with flags, streamers, and a porch disco ball! 
UCHA Co-opcast

The University Cooperative Housing Association (UCHA) in Los Angeles created an official co-op podcast. In biweekly episodes, members interview other members about co-op living and share their personal stories related to the co-op. 

Check it out!

Call for Co-op Artists

Create the artwork for NASCO Institute 2021!

We're looking for a creative co-oper to design the artwork for NASCO Institute this fall around the theme of Mutual Aid. Artists will be provided a $300 stipend and their work will be featured on our website, posters, stickers, and other promotional materials. Learn more and apply. 

Upcoming Events

Staff & Member Leadership Convening June 21-27

The NASCO Staff & Member Leadership Convening is a cooperative education and training program that is designed specifically to meet the needs of staff, managers, and member-leaders of group equity and campus-based housing cooperatives. See the full schedule and register here. 
Cooperative Leadership Certification Info Session June 16, 4 pm CST

NASCO's Cooperative Leadership Certification is a professional development opportunity for those who are looking to advance their role or to start their career in cooperative housing. Join us for a remote info session to learn about NASCO's definition of cooperative leadership, the timeline and content of the program, concrete outcomes, and how to apply. RSVP here. 

Job Board

General Manager Solar Community Housing Association Davis, CA
Finance Coordinator Madison Community Cooperative Madison, WI
Community Engagement Manager Riverton Community Housing Minneapolis, MN
Executive Director University Cooperative Housing Association Los Angeles, CA
Multiple Positions Circle Pines Center Delton, MI
See an archive of NASCO's monthly newsletter, Co-op Voices, here.

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