Program guide PDF for NASCO Institute 2021 including keynote bio, accessibility statement, schedule, course tracks, and additional resources.
Below, are the recordings for NASCO Institue 2020 sessions by room. Please share lessons learned with your cooperatives and communities.
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Program guide PDF for NASCO Institute 2019 including keynote bio, accessibility statement, schedule, course tracks, course descriptions, speaker bios, and additional resources.
Program Guide for NASCO Institute 2018, "A Legacy of Cooperation."
Session materials from “Democratizing Co-op Finance,” presented by Annie Sullivan-Chin and Alex Fischer at NASCO Institute 2016.
Session materials from "Creating a New Co-op - 1 - The Development Process," presented by Mark Fick and Corrigan Nadon-Nichols at NASCO Institute 2014 & 2015.
This course will provide an overview of the development process from initial ideas to moving in to a property. We will explore the many right (and a few wrong) ways to create a new housing coop, with extra focus on the initial steps: creating a collective vision, organizing your development team, and making a roadmap. This is a two-part course that sets the foundation for the "Creating a New Co-op" series.
Session materials from "Anatomy of a Budget," presented by Alex Green at NASCO Institute 2015.
Session materials from "Planning for Growth and Renovation," presented by Chiji Ochiagha at NASCO Institute 2015.
Investing in ourselves includes planning and budgeting for growth and renovation of our cooperatives. We'll look at how this can be achieved for small to medium sized housing cooperatives.
Session materials from "Transforming Your Executive Committee Into True Cooperative Leaders: A Framework for Effective Leadership Trainings," presented by Ali Zachritz at NASCO Institute 2015.