State centers

A number of state centers for employee ownership are now becoming active across the country. Some state centers, like those in Ohio and Vermont, have already been active for many years. Find out how you can contribute to your state center with volunteer time or a donation. If your state does not have a center, contact the National Center for Employee Ownership about starting a chapter in your state. Also, click here to learn more about the ESOP Association chapter in your state.

California

The California Center for Employee Ownership (CCEO) provides information and resources to promote a better understanding of employee ownership in California. Our resources can help you determine if employee ownership is a good option for your company, whether you're looking to sell all or part of your business, create a market for company shares, engage your employees, attract and retain talent, or are just interested in the concept. Click here to visit their website.

 

Colorado

The Rocky Mountain Employee Ownership Center's (RMEOC) mission is to change the current economic system to a system of inclusion by advocating for and providing pathways to employee ownership. Click here to visit their website.

 

indiana

The mission of the Indiana Center for Employee Ownership (INCEO) is to promote better understanding of the values of employee ownership among business leaders, public officials, employees, members of the media, students, academics/academic institutions, consumers, and other persons and organizations in Indiana. Click here to visit their website.

 

new jersey/new york

The New Jersey/New York Center for Employee Ownership (NJ/NYCEO) promotes better understanding of the values of employee ownership among business leaders, public officials, employees, members of the media, students, teachers, nonprofit leaders, consumers, and other persons and organizations in New Jersey and New York. Click here to visit their website.

 

OHIO

The Ohio Employee Ownership Center, a non-profit outreach center of Kent State University, supports the development of business across Ohio and around the world by its efforts that are proven to save jobs, create wealth, and grow the economy. The OEOC’s work rests on a simple philosophy: broader ownership of productive assets is a good thing for employees, communities, and our country. Click here to visit their website.

 

pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania Center for Employee Ownership (PCEO) promotes better understanding of the values of employee ownership among business leaders, public officials, employees, members of the media, students, teachers, nonprofit leaders, consumers, and other persons and organizations in Pennsylvania. Click here to visit their website.

 

Vermont

The Vermont Employee Ownership Center (VEOC) is a statewide non-profit whose mission is to promote and foster employee ownership in order to broaden capital ownership, deepen employee participation, retain jobs, increase living standards for working families, and stabilize communities. Click here to visit their website.