Join The Working Group!
Currently, the main way to get involved with SEASALT is to join the working group whose aim is to set up SEASALT Housing Co-operative. We meet every 2 weeks to discuss project updates and assign tasks depending on members’ capacity. We have additional meetings every 2 weeks with our partner organisation – BHCLT.
SEASALT is inviting new student members for the 2020-21 academic year to join the working group.
We hope to encourage students who would like to live in the co-op to join our working group and help us set up SEASALT.
Information and documents for potential members
Tasks & Responsibilities
Work with Brighton and Hove Community Land Trust (BHCLT) and other organisations to secure property
Campaiging & Awareness
Raise awareness of student led housing co-operatives via our website, social media, zine-making, writing articles and speaking at events
Build support and secure a property through community engagement
Support & Training
Full support from the SEASALT Project Manager (funded through Homes England Community Led Homes programme)
The opportunity to attend specialised training sessions to develop skills and knowledge
Wider support from the Co-operative network including Students for Co-operation, Student Co-op Homes, Co-ops UK, Brighton & Hove Community Land Trust (BHCLT), Mutual Aid in Sussex (MAIS) and local housing co-operatives.
Great experience for your CV and the provision of a reference and a certificate of completed volunteer hours
Regular volunteer socials
A unique transformative opportunity to set up the first student housing co-operative in the South East.