Green Flower Offers Free Classes to Minority Cannabis Business Association Members


The Minority Cannabis Business Association (MCBA) is partnering with cannabis education company Green Flower to offer its members free education courses. Green Flower will offer MCBA members four on-demand certificate programs, including the essentials of cannabis retail, cultivation, manufacturing and trade.

Max Simon, CEO and Co-Founder of Green Flower, said the company is “delighted to partner with MCBA as they live out their vision for a fair, just and responsible cannabis industry.”

“In order to create a truly fair and equitable cannabis industry, we must all do our part to support and empower the communities that have been most affected by the war on drugs. MCBA does this transformative work on the ground every day, and Green Flower is proud to offer our educational courses to play a small but important role in bringing about this change. — Simon in a press release

Certificates offered by Green Flower programs include Dispensary Associate; cultivation technician; processing agent ; and essentials of the cannabis business.

“The cannabis industry is growing rapidly and creating new job opportunities for a new generation of professionals,” Kaliko Castille, acting executive director of the MCBA, said in a statement. “We are proud to work with Green Flower to prepare our members to take advantage of this educational training program that will prepare them not only to join the cannabis workforce, but to build their own successful businesses.”

Green Flower has partnered with colleges and universities across the country for cannabis education, offering certificates to enrolled and unenrolled students.

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