The Société Coopérative d'Intérêt Collectif (Scic), created by the law 2001-624 of the 17th of July 2001, is a cooperative company which:
Allows the association of several stakeholders around the same project: employees, producers, beneficiaries, volunteers, end users, public authorities, businesses, organizations and individuals.
Produces goods or services that fulfil the collective need of a specific area.
Respects the cooperative rules: distribution of power, involvement of all the members in the organization and major management decisions of the company.
Takes part in a general process of local and sustainable development.
Has a common interest and a social utility.
In the case of TERO, the SCIC has five categories of members: civil society organizations, professional members, employees, individual and institutional supporters, divided into four Colleges. The Colleges are represented within the Cooperative Council as a SCIC advisory body. The operational management is left to the president and to the employee director of TERO.
The members of the Cooperative Council
|Jean Jacques BOUTROU, President of TERO|
|Pierril LACROIX, Employee’s college of TERO — Director of TERO|
|Charlène NICOLAY, Civil society organization’s college associated with TERO – Consultant|
|Hubert CATHALA, Expert’s college associated with TERO – Consultant|
|Joseph LEBLANC, Individual and institutional supporter’s college of TERO, institutional support category – Manager of Terracoopa, a service and expertise cooperative|