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Coming-Soon_Stamp.pngStay tuned for upcoming events in 2017

  • Monthly info-session
  • Annual Federation of Worker Cooperative Conference
  • Co-op Assemblies
  • Start-up Mini Fest
  • Advocacy Day

For more information about upcoming events contact Ileia Burgos,

  • Starting A Business Together


    Information session for individuals interested in starting a small business or those who are in the early stages of business formation. 

    Learn How To:

    • Create your own job

    • Hire yourself and your neighbors

    • Own and manage a business with others

    • Create job security




    Come to this info session, hosted by Green Worker Cooperatives, to learn the steps you will need to start a business owned and controlled by you and others.

    Bring a friend or potential partner and learn how you can participate in our Fall 2017 Co-op Academy to jump-start a worker-owned business. 


  • Fall 2016 Academy Graduation

    download.pngCongratulate and Celebrate New Worker Cooperatives


    Please join Green Worker Cooperatives in the commencement ceremony in honor of the Fall 2016 Co-op Academy Graduates!

    Come and hear them present on their plans to build sustainable, green business in their communities providing birthing care for new mothers, leading student run cafe, and culinary expertise in Caribbean and Latinx inpsired foods.




    Green Worker Cooperatives Salutes our Fall 2016 Graduates!

    CUNY Cafe - Student-run Cafe

    Khet Hemet - Doula & Family Services

    Woke Foods - Vegan Caribbean & Latinx Food Services  


    Green Worker Co-op Academy - Business Boot-Camp for Cooperative Startups

    The Co-op Academy is an intensive 5-month long training and support program that helps teams of aspiring entrepreneurs develop worker-owned green businesses.

    It is unique in its focus on businesses that are both green and worker-owned. And utilizes an aggressive combination of training, coaching, and technical services.

    The program includes classroom trainings; business coaches; and business support services such as legal incorporation, graphic design, and website development. The course is specifically designed so that each team is able to get their business up and running by the completion of the course.

    If you have an idea for a business come and explore the possibility about joining the upcoming Co-op Academy!



  • Gentrification Is Not Inevitable


    Community Solutions: Land Trusts + Cooperatives


    Green Worker Cooperatives, and the Bronx Organizer’s Collective invite you to an event to hear from community leaders on the cutting edge of long term solutions for the problem facing Bronxites - gentrification of their neighborhood and the displacement of their families and businesses.


    We see the folks across the city who have limited resources in a desperate fight against the big money of developers. Bronxites are searching for tools to stay in their homes and businesses, to have real affordable rents to be near their families, jobs, and more.


    Even as redevelopment and displacement happens around us, the Bronx has a tradition of building shared ownership.

    Shared ownership is an economic development strategy that organizations can use and are using in their services and campaigns for residents. We know that tools such as community land trusts, and housing & worker cooperatives can provide stability to those most vulnerable. Green Worker Cooperatives believe these are solutions to the problems of a shifting city and we can give our assistance to community groups and individuals to begin the process of growing collective wealth. And do it here, in the Bronx.


    Join us to learn more about the tools we can use and meet with others already taking action.

    Free. Light refreshments will be served.


    Photo courtesy of Minister Erik McGregor