|Guidelines for selecting membership||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Harriet Lewis (hlewissonic.net)|
|Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2013 14:17:55 -0700 (PDT)|
In our limited equity co-op, residents own a portion of the entire community rather than an individual unit . When the resident leaves, the unit reverts back to the co-op. We may be exploring alternative ways for selecting new members. Do any co-ops choose applicants based on a list of skills needed by the community? For example, priority is given to applicants who have backgrounds in leadership, finance, building repair and maintenance, gardening, secretarial skills, etc. Also, does anyone have a system where applicants might receive priority on a wait list by showing great interest in the co-op, i.e. by voluntary attendance at meetings and workdays . Another example might be to give men or women preference when the community gender balance is skewed? As always, we want to be very careful not to discriminate. Marley Fein, Santa Rosa Creek Commons
Guidelines for selecting membership Harriet Lewis, September 16 2013
- Re: Guidelines for selecting membership Michael Barrett, September 16 2013
- Re: Guidelines for selecting membership Mariana Almeida, September 17 2013
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