HOLYOKE – Holyoke Neighborhood School will host a hashish profession and useful resource truthful Thursday, Nov. 9, on the HCC Kittredge Heart for Enterprise and Workforce Improvement, the place people eager about working within the hashish business can find out about coaching packages and speak with employers about jobs.
The truthful will run from 4 to 7 p.m. within the PeoplesBank Convention Room on the third ground of the Kittredge Heart. It’s sponsored by the Hashish Schooling Heart, a partnership between HCC and Elevate Northeast, and Mass CultivatED, a social fairness “jail-to-jobs” program for the hashish business.
The truthful is free and open to anybody on the lookout for a job within the hashish business, which in Massachusetts is near surpassing $5 billion in gross sales since hashish was legalized within the state in 2016.
Among the many hashish corporations sending representatives to the truthful are INSA, Curaleaf, EZ Rent, GTI, 6 Bricks, and DMC Hashish.
“Whether or not you’re a job seeker seeking to break or an employer in search of proficient people, this occasion is the proper alternative to find a variety of profession choices and sources within the hashish business,” stated Jeffrey Hayden, HCC vice chairman of Enterprise and Neighborhood Companies.
To register for the truthful, please go to: hcc.edu/canna-fair
The Hashish Schooling Heart will run its subsequent two-day, 12-hour Hashish Core coaching program Dec. 2-3, adopted by one other session Feb. 3-4, 2024. To register: please go to hcc.edu/cannabis-core
The Hashish Schooling Heart is a partnership between HCC and Elevate Northeast and primarily based out of HCC’s Kittredge Heart for Enterprise and Workforce Improvement. Elevate Northeast is a Massachusetts-based, women-founded 501(c)(3) nonprofit, created to assist the Northeast’s hashish business by way of workforce coaching, schooling and advocacy.
Extra info on these and different hashish business packages will be discovered on the Hashish Schooling Heart’s web site – cannabiseducationcenter.org or by calling 413-552-2320.