This job fair and cannabis job market panel will connect talent from areas disproportionately impacted by prohibition with leading Massachusetts cannabis companies.
Meet cannabis companies looking for great people to join their teams. Learn more about the cannabis job market, including how to prepare to work in this industry and tips on how to build a lasting career.
This mini job fair and cannabis job market panel will connect talent from areas disproportionately impacted by prohibition with leading Massachusetts cannabis companies
If you missed “POC in CBD: Exploring Opportunities on Thursday” and want to check out the science portion of the presentation, MCR Labs was kind enough to share and you can find it her….
Kush Groove, EON and Minorities for Medical Marijuana are hosting a learning session about how to value your cannabis business….
Learn directly from CBD pioneers, licensed hemp growers, and leading scientists. This event will include information about the history and policy of CBD, the science and testing, and the MA regulatory and licensing framework for hemp cultivation and sales.
Tomorrow at Boston City Hall, come to support Councilor Kim Janey’s equity ordinance.
Join us Next Tuesday February 12th from 5 p.m. to 6:15 p.m at the Hynes Convention Center to network with investors, business owners, and advocates for an equitable and sustainable cannabis industry.
“Even our roadblocks are paving the way for other people to make better equity programs,” she said. “I don’t see anything that we do here as a failure, because we are blazing new trails and important work isn’t easy work. But we need to hurry.”
It’s 2019 – the start of an undeniably important year for the MA cannabis industry. At EON, we are bringing all our resources to bear to help ECON applicants get across the finish line & get as many community members as possible connected to the industry, whether that’s as an owner, employee, or activist.
We announced the workshop on Facebook and the spots filled quickly, however we want all digital supporters to have an opportunity at this workshop.
Advisory Board member Shanel Lindsay, from Equity Opportunities Now and operations manager for Ardent, said a lot of people in Massachusetts are excited about recreational marijuana dispensaries opening including patients, consumers and those looking to get into the industry.
Supporters argued that making marijuana legal was long overdue. And Shanel Lindsay, who helped draft the ballot question, says she will no longer have to worry that police might use marijuana as a reason to stop her on the street.