Food Co-op Training
Urban Recipe has been launching and operating Food Cooperatives for low-income families since 1991. There are dozens of Urban Recipe inspired Co-ops locally and nationally that have launched through our Co-op Training and countless groups from around the US and as far as Tokyo and Hong Kong that have come to train with us and learn about our one-of-a-kind approach to solving hunger with dignity.
Co-op Training Workshops
Co-op Training Workshops provide an in-depth look into how our Co-op model works including an overview of how Co-ops are formed and operated.
Workshops are held at our site three times a year and are led by executive director, Jeremy Lewis, and Urban Recipe founder, Chad Hale.
Each Co-op Training Workshop includes a live look-in to an Urban Recipe Co-op, where trainees are invited to ask questions of the Co-op’s coordinator and members.
To learn more about Co-op Training Workshops or to register for one of the listed dates below, please send an email to Chad Hale at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training Workshop Dates & Details
Where: Urban Recipe, 645 Grant Street, SE Atlanta, GA 30312
Schedule: Registration and introductions begin at 9:00 am followed by an observation of a live Co-op meeting. After the Co-op meeting concludes, we gather to go over training materials. Following a break for lunch, we’ll continue to discuss training materials, finishing with an extended Q&A session. We expect to be done no later than 4:00 pm.
Cost: $200 for the first person, $50 for any other persons from the same organization. There is an additional $20 cost per person for training materials.
Please email Chad Hale at email@example.com to register. You will be asked to send half of the total cost of your registrants no less than two weeks prior to the workshop. (IF we have not received a minimum of three registrants by that time, the upcoming workshop will be canceled.)