CannaCareers is 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 gaining employment in the Cannabis industry.
Access CannaCareers Monthly Industry Session Recordings, PPTs and Worksheets
Sign Up for FREE Resume Review Sessions
Apply For a Job Opening
List An Open Position
Each module takes an in-depth look at a specific sector or job role in the Cannabis industry to help prepare you for employment, led by subject matter experts.
Live modules are hosted monthly, recorded, and then shared along with any additional materials in the "Access Past Sessions + Materials Here" section below.
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WOCC CannaCareers Office Hours gives you the opportunity to meet one-on-one with industry professionals to update your resume or cover letter, practice your interviewing skills or discuss ways to prepare for your job search. All for FREE
Resume Review is the first service offered in the CannaCareers Office Hours program.
Resume Reviews is your opportunity to get personalized advise + help with your Cannabis job search.
Sessions are 30-45mins and provide participants the opportunity to update your current resume or craft a resume with a specific opportunity in mind.
Office Hours are hosted by Cannabis staffing expert Danielle Schumacher (THC Staffing) and Amber McDonald (a state vocational counselor with 5 years of experience).
If you are interested in offering your services for review sessions, contact us and let us know!
Download and use our CannaCareers Workshets above before your resume review session!
WOCCs CannaCareers Job Board includes job postings in the Cannabis industry nationwide across pay ranges and position titles. All opportunities listed have been VETTED by WOCC and our CannaCareers partners to determine if they are safe spaces for BIPOC and other marginalized communities
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.
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.
We kicked off our pilot program in 2021 and were able to match over 50 mentees. The program includes people from all over the country who represent a wide range of backgrounds and identities. The program is free to participate in and includes individual and group mentoring. This year’s cohort runs from mid-March to November.
2022 mentor and mentee applications are now open at the link below.
For more information such as program requirements, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New York State Department of Labor’s Cannabis Employment, Education and Development (CEED) Unit is designed to assist both job seekers and businesses who work in the adult-use, medical cannabis, and cannabinoid hemp industries. We connect workers to a variety of employment opportunities in this emerging field. We also support businesses so they may thrive in the New York economy. Explore how we can help New Yorkers work in this exciting industry.
Visit our CAURD License Info page to learn how you can apply and what is involved in getting your conditional New York State retail dispensary license today! Applications are due September 26.