...and why would you start one?
The first in our two part series, this class is a 4-week session called "What is a worker cooperative and why would you start one?" which will discuss cooperatives in general, the history of cooperatives in Wisconsin, the worker cooperative model and how it benefits workers, and the global worker cooperative movement. This session will be held in Spring 2024, from February 20th to March 12th, from 6pm-8pm, through Madison College's Professional and Continuing Education division. Registration is open now.
This class is great for:
Anyone who is interested in understanding what worker cooperatives are
People who have heard about worker cooperatives but don't know a lot about them
People who are considering forming a worker cooperative and want to learn more before choosing that structure
Anyone who is interested in learning about economic alternatives
If you're part of the initial group of people starting a worker cooperative, this class is great for people who might join your team
Already know you want to start a worker cooperative?
The second part of our series is "Start a Worker Cooperative" which is an 8-week session covering all of the key topics related to starting your cooperative, and you'll leave with the materials you need in order to get going.