NASCO is now accepting host applications for the 2014 Cooperative Internship Network, pairing skilled youth with meaningful jobs at cooperatives and allied organizations - please apply by February 24 to host an intern! For more information, visit: http://www.nasco.coop/internships
Interested in presenting at the International Cooperative Alliance Conference?
Call for Papers
ICA-CCR International research conference
Cooperatives in local and regional development
June 25-28, 2014
Abstracts: March 1, 2014
Notification of acceptance: April 1 2014
Early bird registration: May 15 2014
Proposals for this year's Institute are now closed. Staff will be selecting workshops and notifying presenters in early-to-mid August. If you have any questions, updates, or last minute proposals, please email morgan (at) nasco.coop and remy (at) nasco.coop. Thanks!
The 2013 NASCO Institute, “A Fire in Our Bellies: Food Justice and Cooperatives,” is now accepting session proposals and suggestions! We are seeking five types of submissions: workshops, panel discussions, skillshares, films, and caucuses/working groups. More information about each kind of session can be found in the 2013 NASCO Institute Session Proposal Form. http://nasco.coop/institute/proposals The deadline to submit proposals is July 18, 2013. Proposals will be evaluated on a rolling basis, so get your proposal in early! Staff are happy to discuss your session proposal ideas; email remy(at)nasco.coop to get in touch. * Presenters receive free registration and partial funding for travel expenses. Because we have limited resources, we may prioritize presenters with lower travel costs or presenters who are able facilitate more than one session. We are not able to offer funding to skillshare presenters (unless they are also presenting a workshop or other session). More information about the 2013 NASCO Institute can be found at http://www.nasco.coop/institute
NASCO Staff will be presenting in New York City from July 19-21, 2013 at the New Economics Institute's reRoute convergence. Come meet a new generation of new economy leaders, learn new skills, workshop existing efforts, & build the organization needed to create systemic change. It isn't too late to register, and scholarships are available until July 5th!
Hope to see you there!
- Ballots are allocated on the basis of one ballot for every five members of your co-op. All fractions are rounded up. For example, if your co-op has 200 members, your co-op receives 40 ballots.
- There are 8 board seats open at this time. Your co-op can cast votes equal to your number of ballots multiplied by the number of seats open. For example, a co-op with 40 ballots will receive 8 times 40 ballots or 320 votes in total.