The Co-Op is Promise South Salt Lake’s newest effort. Opening in fall of 2022, this is our first program that focuses on emerging adults and beyond, especially those transitioning into new learning, jobs, careers, or business ventures. For many, this means not just changing a job, but getting support along the way with things such as housing, childcare, basic needs, and other support services.
The Co-Op is a space for City residents, community members, groups, and partner organizations to connect, work, learn, and grow. Located inside the Columbus Center, we offer resources for Digital Inclusion, Financial Empowerment, Career & Business Advancement, and Basic Needs Services and Referrals. The Co-Op helps community members in the following areas:
- Digital Access & Inclusion
- Career Attainment & Advancement
- Entrepreneurial & Small Business Assistance
- Financial Security
- Wraparound Services & Referrals
- Post-Secondary Education Achievement
- Workspaces, classrooms, and event spaces.
- Classes, training, and learning activities
- Reservable private meeting rooms and equipment
- Spaces for groups, nonprofits and partners to offer services or conduct business
- Drop in to take a tour, meet our staff, and see what opportunities await!
For more information on The Co-Op email Abram Sherrod or call at 385-443-3547
For information about events and programs please visit The Co-Op Website.
Opportunities at the Co-Op
Programming, which we like to call opportunities, at The Co-Op focuses around the following areas:
- Computer and Technology Support
- Financial education
- Small business support
- Career Advancement
- Art, Culture, and Community
The City of South Salt Lake and our many partner organizations, lead programs designed to benefit the community. If your group has a free community program that you would like to host at The Co-Op email Abram Sherrod.
Volunteer at The Co-Op
Help South Salt Lake bridge the digital divide by becoming a digital navigator! As a digital navigator, you'll meet one-on-one with community members to help address their digital needs from acquiring a low-cost computer to signing up for internet service to learning fundamental tech skills. Volunteers do not need to be particularly proficient at computer skills. Rather, we are looking for outgoing volunteers who enjoy helping others and are accepting of people from all backgrounds. For more information email Corky Reeser.