CannaCareers is a collaboration between WOCC (Women of Color in Cannabis), THC Staffing, Quality Control Analytics and Joint Venture & Co.
In early 2020, WOCC wanted to provide professional development resources to those who might've found themselves recently unemployed, facing reduced hours at work or those interested in maximizing newly found free time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We wanted to create a network of resources for those who wanted to enter the professional Cannabis Industry space but were unsure where to begin. WOCC connected with trusted Women-owned businesses (THC Staffing, Quality Control Analytics and Joint Venture Co.) to create a program previously unseen in the Cannabis industry.
CannaCareers is a one-stop-shop for personal development, job sourcing, and a place to learn the industry skills and qualifications you will need to begin a career in Cannabis. These resources have been vetted and tested to ensure they are safe environments for BIPOC folx interested in participating in the Cannabis industry.
Whether you are transitioning into the Cannabis industry or leveraging your Cannabis experience to move up, WOCC hopes these resources will help guide you on your path to success.
Our Job Board includes job postings in the Cannabis space across a wide range of locations, pay ranges and position titles. The commonality amongst all the opportunities listed here is that we have VETTED each of the companies to determine if they are safe spaces for us all.
Click the button below to view the currently available job postings we have listed.
Companies qualified to list jobs on this board have been vetted so we believe they are spaces conducive to healthy work environments for POC and other marginalized groups.
To list jobs on the CannaCareers Job Board, apply by clicking the button below.
You will be asked to fill out a form and provide some details about your company. We will follow up with some additional questions we may have for clarity.
We are looking to ensure that your organization is a safe environment for all races, genders, sexual identities, and any marginalized groups.
Join us for our live monthly modules! Each module takes an in-depth look at a skill/role in the Cannabis industry to teach you everything you need to know about entering into the part of the industry being discussed. Each module is led by a subject matter expert.
Live modules are hosted via Zoom; register below to attend and get your opportunity to ask questions and learn. Live webinars are recorded and will appear full-length along with any additional module materials in the .EDU section above.
An overview of the opportunities, qualifications, and transferable skills to help you successfully apply for a job in human resources.
WOCC CannaCareer: Office Hours is the first initiative launched in November 2020 from our CannaCareers program. Currently, Office Hours are hosted by Cannabis staffing experts Danielle Schumacher (THC Staffing) and Amber McDonald (a state vocational counselor with 5 years of experience).
These free 30min sessions provide participants the opportunity to update their resume for Cannabis job placement.
If you are interested in offering your services for review sessions, contact us and let us know!
Fill out the form using the link below and we will get back to you!
Run by POC, Cannabiziac is a member-based company helping new and existing Cannabis professionals grow their Cannabis business.
Cannabiziac creates an inclusive Cannabis ecosystem that provides education and training, business and financial resources, networking opportunities, mentorship, advocacy, and a community for Cannabis companies (start-up and growing enterprises) across the United States and around the globe.
The Program provides an opportunity for experienced cannabis professionals to guide job seekers and entrepreneurs in developing practical skills and a community-based network. The Program's mission is not only to help a diverse range of individuals access industry knowledge but also to provide a fair chance to underserved communities who are negatively affected by the war on drugs and have not had pathways to employment and ownership in the cannabis economy. The Program is inspired by Torie Weiston-Serdan’s Critical Mentoring framework. Women, POC, LGBTQI folx, formerly incarcerated individuals, people with disabilities, and people of all ages are encouraged to participate.
Find out more about how to apply at the link below. Applicants who do not live in a qualifying state or who submit after May 15th will be placed on a waiting list for 2022. All applicants can access group sessions with subject matter experts.
If you’re an employer looking to list a job or you're an individual looking for a job opportunity in Cannabis visit our CannaCareers page to access trusted and vetted career resources.
Apply to list a opportunity, sign up for resume office hours or attend one of our CannaCareers Module Sessions. All resources have been vetted to ensure they are safe supportive spaces for BIPOC and LGBTQIA folks.