Scholarships are for people

  1. working within working-class communities of color or in rural communities who are developing, supporting, or running worker cooperatives;
  2. who would otherwise be unable to attend without scholarship support; and
  3. who express interest in worker cooperatives as a community wealth-building strategy.

The scholarship application deadline has passed, and we are currently unable to award additional scholarships.

Thanks to a generous grant from the Ralph K. Morris Foundation, we were able to offer additional scholarships this year. Please note that you may not apply for funding directly from the Ralph K. Morris Foundation, since they are unable to provide further support to the conference.

Scholarship recipients must register by August 1.

Contact with questions.


Work Trades are for people

  1. in-need of financial support, and
  2. enthusiastic about committing to a work role in exchange for full or partial reimbursement of conference registration costs.

The work trade application deadline has passed.

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