USFWC Hosted Webinars

Remaking the Economy: The Critical Role of Advocacy

Watch our Executive Director in this new video from Nonprofit Quarterly. What can and should be done to make...

Co-ops: A vision for workers to be their own bosses

Las Visionarias is an all-female catering cooperative in Chicago where workers are also the owners of the business and...

Co-op Hour Conversions to the Worker Co-op Business Model

  Co-op Hour is the USFWC’s bi-monthly online, interactive gathering dedicated to exploring a specific topic within the worker...

Webinar: All About the Workers: the first national study of the worker co-op experience

Watch This Webinar “I am living my full purpose in my work.  I feel a deep sense of camaraderie with...

Access to Capital: Borrowing Options for Worker Co-ops

    Hear from a panel of cooperative lenders about the finance options you have access to as coops...

Webinar: A Historic Moment: Celebrating the Passage of the Main Street Employee Ownership Act

Recorded on 08-27-2018 The US Federation of Worker Cooperatives and Democracy at Work Institute are thrilled to announce that...

#WCNC18 Plenary: Shaping the Future of Work

Speakers: Jenny Ramirez, HR Director for California Harvesters, an employee trust farm labor company in California’s Central Valley Tomás...

#WCNC18 Plenary: Cooperative Connections to Movements

  Speakers: Amit Mistry, The Movement Cooperative Lolita Andrada Lledo, Pilipino Workers Center Manuel Villanueva, ROC-LA Kim Gibson, Buffalo...

#WCNC18 Plenary: Stories that Move Us: How Worker Co-ops Are Organizing Our Economic Power

Speakers: Eulalio Guevara, A Yard and a Half Landscaping Cooperative Rebecca Koehler, Cooperative Care Adrionna Fike, Network of Bay...

Workers to Owners: The Story of Metis Construction

Metis Construction of Seattle is making its employees owners as it grows, building ownership-quality construction jobs. One in three...