If you are interested in supporting WOCC in our mission to dismantle apartheid in the burgeoning Cannabis industry, here's how you can help:
In addition to helping Women of Color in Cannabis continue to provide accessible services and resources for BIPOC you'll also be supporting a minority women-led organization?
WOCC is looking to partner with brands, institutions and persons of interest seeking to amplify our efforts to create an equitable industry. Click here to see our sponsorship opportunities.
Our monthly Cannasessions have become a signature pillar of Women of Color in Cannabis as we provide insider intel, resources and tools for entering the Cannabis industry through the lens of BIPOC folks. These sessions are minimal to no cost to attendees, as we believe money cannot be a barrier to education.
With your donations we can expand our mission, upskill our community and more powerfully guide minorities and marginalized groups in the space. Will you be the change you want to see in this industry and help WOCC continue our work of creating an equitable and diverse industry?
Our Cannacareers program is for employers looking to recruit black, brown and other minority talent.
Join our list of companies doing what they can to create an inclusive industry by offering opportunities for experience and education. Complete this form and have your business join WOCCs Cannacareers Network.
Are you a cannabis industry leader who would be willing to bring your expertise to an upcoming Cannasession?. Please fill out the form below.
If you're interested in co-hosting an event with WOCC, or collaborating with us on one of our major initiatives (by providing services or expertise) fill out the form below.
Let us know by filling out our Contact Us form. We'd love to hear from YOU!
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.