Back in Week 29 of This Week In Coworking, we touched on the topic of how coworking leaders were adapting their spaces, transferable skills and networks to tackle the growing child care challenges in their own communities.
We then asked other community managers and operators to share how they were responding to child care challenges in their neighbourhoods. Today we share the first (of a series) of posts sharing these amazing people, spaces and communities are tackling these challenges.
👇 We caught up with Christina McCormick, the Community & Marketing Manager at ProjectY in Los Alamos, New Mexico; to learn more about their space, and what they’re doing to help tackle local child care challenges.
Can you tell us a little about your coworking space, the town, its population and who your space is perfect for?
What made you decide to look into supporting microshooling in your town?
This week you’ve hit a number of milestones, what were they?
How can folks help you and your community with this initiative?
What would you love other coworking spaces looking at supporting microschools to know?
Thanks for sharing Christina, and for all you do for your local community!