Our friends at UMassFive College Credit Union make a huge difference in our local economy, and they are terrific supporters of co-ops like ours. Below Manager of Member Outreach Sean …Read More →
Posts By: TESA Collective
We asked The Democracy Collaborative to share their thoughts on the new economy and how it intersects with their work. The Collaborative is a national leader in the field of …Read More →
At TESA, we believe a workshop can’t be considered democratic or participatory—let alone successful—unless it is engaging, dynamic, and energizing.
And of course, when it’s appropriate, we want our workshops to be fun, too.
To help …Read More →
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 1, 2014
Licensing deals in three continents, and translations in more than 10 languages underway
AMHERST, Mass—The independently produced board game Co-opoly: The Game of Cooperatives is spreading its …Read More →
We asked the Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive to share their thoughts on the new economy and how it intersects with their work. CoFED growing the movement of future food co-op …Read More →
Kalista Popp, a recent graduate from an innovative co-op program at Saint Mary’s University, reached out to tell us about the Co-op Management Education Program for Credit Unions and Cooperatives. We thought it was interesting …Read More →
In collaobration with the North American Students of Cooperation (NASCO), we’re excited to announce that we have received a grant from the CHS Foundation through their 2014 Cooperative Education Grants …Read More →
What makes TESA and Co-opoly different?Read More →
We asked Western Mass Jobs with Justice to share their thoughts on the new economy and how it intersects with their work. WMJwJ works to improve working people’s standard of …Read More →
We reached out to our friends at SolidarityNYC to ask for their thoughts on the new economy and how it intersects with their work. SolidarityNYC connects, supports, and promotes New York City’s solidarity …Read More →