Can I volunteer at COCo?

COCo is always looking for more volunteers to translate materials from English to French, and vice-versa.
If you’re interested in joining our team of volunteer translators, write to info@coco-net.org

You had another volunteer project in mind? Tell us your idea, we’d love to hear it!

Join the COCo conversation!

You can easily connect with COCo through Facebook , Twitter, YouTube, or our E-Bulletin !

On Facebook

COCo has a Facebook page that’s updated serveral times a week. We post resources, news and updates on topics related to community groups, from funding, to anti-oppression, to technology for community groups, and more! Check it out!

On Twitter

COCo pushes links to great resources and amplifies signals on Twitter! Here again, we’re all about community groups, movement building and social justice! Following us on Twitter, asking us to share your messages and retweeting ours is a great way for us to collaborate together! Tweet with us!

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On YouTube

Catch up with COCo by looking through our videos of trainings, events, interviews, and more! You can also find some videos prepared by participants of our Communities Connecting the Digital Dots project (2013-2014). Go to youTube to Subscribe, Like, Comment, or Share the videos to other social media! Subscribe to our Channel!

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Through the E-bulletin

COCo’s monthly E-bulletin is largely made-up of postings from our community groups members. That means you! If you have an announcement or an upcoming event add it as a posting in the E-bulletin, and if have haven’t done so already, make sure to sign-up to receive the E-bulletin yourself!

Thank you!