We're Hiring!
NASCO is accepting applications for a Director of Property Services. The Director of Property Services is primarily responsible for providing technical assistance and education on cooperative management to the members of NASCO Properties leasing co-ops. Apply here by March 5.

Strategic Planning Facilitator RFP
NASCO is looking for a facilitator or a group of facilitators for a strategic planning retreat upcoming in-person in July/August 2023. We are asking our facilitator(s) to design a full strategic planning process and compile the input gathered into a strategic plan document for institutional use and reference. Proposals are due March 21. See the full RFP. 


Black Co-op History

Text Co-op History is Black History with collage of Black economic justice activists
Want to learn about Black co-op history?

The New Economy Coalition has started a resource page for Black co-op history learning! 

"From mutual aid societies to freedom farms and credit unions — Black communities have been using cooperative economics as a tool for collective liberation, self-determination, and to resist the violence of racial capitalism for centuries." Start your learning journey here. 

Co-op Friendly Funders

New resource alert! have created a growing public list of co-op lenders, investors and foundations. Filter by geographic region, target sector, capital type, and more. If you have suggested edits or funders to add, email
Members Corner
Amplify your co-op's news!  NASCO wants to help amplify your co-op's work so that we can celebrate, spark inspiration, share resources, and start fruitful conversations. Submit your co-op's news, resources, jobs, and initiatives here. Submissions may also be shared via our social media channels and in our Shared Resource Library.

Upcoming Events

Pink event banner with event text A Breath Away From Freedom and a photo of facilitator Autumn Brown
‘A breath away from freedom’: Healing the wound of white supremacy, and moving in formation
February 24 | Online

In this special event hosted by AORTA, Autumn Brown will guide participants through a Black Feminist approach to healing the wound of disconnection inherent in white supremacy and racial capitalism. This participatory keynote will map the practices that will build a vibrant, multiracial movement, and remedy the fault lines that we are so often re-inscribing within our movements from the very culture of dominance and control we want to dismantle.

Co-op Job Board

Executive Director
Waterloo Co-operative Residence, Inc. (WCRI), Waterloo, ON

Member Wellness Coordinator
College Houses, Austin, TX

Director of Property Services
NASCO, Remote
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