NH Community Seafood, an innovative multi-stakeholder co-op, is actively seeking a new position titled Assistant Manager. Here is the Job Description. Deadline for applying is today, Friday April 7. Please pass along to any eligible and passionate candidates you may know!
As we continue to grow the New England Resident Owned Communities Program, we are looking for one new team member to join us in Maine at full-time. Update: The position has been filled. Thank you to all our great candidates! Please see the
Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. believed with all his heart and soul that we could become a country and a world where each person had food for their bodies, education for their minds, and dignity for their souls. His faith
Jeanee Wright, our Housing Program Specialist in CDI’s NEROC Program, shares how empowering affordable housing residents enables them to meet their needs—and what more we can do to support them.
“We all agreed that we ate like kings and queens, learned some valuable skills, and came home with a lot of great information,” says participant Bill Hodgkins, a board member who lives at Wardtown Cooperative.
Craft manufacturing is an attractive industry sector that can be made more rewarding and beneficial through employee ownership.
October is International Co-op Month, and people are invited to attend a celebration that recognizes the latest achievements of two cooperatives in Lewiston-Auburn. The event will begin Saturday, October 22, 2016, at 3pm with a ribbon cutting for 145 Pierce
The Cooperative Development Institute, a virtual 501(c)3 nonprofit serving New England and New York, is looking for a savvy senior accountant to work about a day a week on overseeing our finances. Please see the call for proposals here, send
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack gave a green light to Cooperative Development Institute (CDI) this week to create and retain rural jobs and secure affordable housing. Vilsack’s announcement included a major grant of $200,000 for CDI from the US Department of
Rock City Roasters owner Susanne Ward of Rockland, Maine, never intended to spend her career as a business owner. Instead she describes Rock City’s success as a happy accident that owes a lot to the passion and commitment of her