|Re: Cohousing and the future: training leaders||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: John Willson (John.Willsondelm.tas.gov.au)|
|Date: Thu, 5 May 94 17:33 CDT|
If you look at some of the books there seams to be a high number of qualified people in Cohousing. Certainly our experience is that the group has a number of people who achievers in things they consider imporatant - ie often not the standard work achievement goals. We had an objective to encourage people from a wide variety of backgrounds but in some areas this failed. All of our adult residents have tertiary qualifications, and most of the people who are planning to build have similar qualifications. We seem to be developing into a group of professionals - some who work full time but many who work part time or are self employed and who want to acheive a quality of life not possible in a normal housing situation. One member has a fear that some of the places who employ him on short term contracts will require someone full time. He likes the work but does not want to work full time. John Willson Cascade CoHousing
- Cohousing and the future: training leaders Fred H Olson WB0YQM, May 4 1994
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