(PRWEB) May 08, 2013
Today marks a very important announcement for any individuals who are attempting to become a part of the nation's fastest growing industry, the medical marijuana industry. As the green rush conquers the West Coast and begins to flourish throughout the East, the opportunity to become part of something bigger is now presented to any individual who wishes to take the next step. The Cannabis Career Institute, Boston's finest medical marijuana school, is holding a one-day seminar in Boston that will brief students with all that is necessary information to get started in creating a brand new canna-business.
This special one-day seminar in Boston will be held at the Sheraton Boston Back Bay on May 11th, 2013, will last from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will be exclusively featured to around 45-50 students who wish to get ahead of the curve and get started on taking part in the nation's green rush. As part of this seminar, certified professionals will go over the necessary essentials in regards to opening up a medical marijuana dispensary and medical marijuana delivery service, basic growing essentials in terms of cultivating marijuana, specialized culinary tactics involving cannabis, how to become an employee for cannabis-related business and inquiries for professionals who want to add a new weapon to their repertoire to help service the industry and cater these compassionate individuals.
The Cannabis Career Institute can be recognized as a leader and true innovator in the field of medical marijuana schooling. Originating in March of 2009, the Cannabis Career Institute followed on the heels and continued tradition of the notorious Oaksterdam University. Oaksterdam has established a brand name as the most successful marijuana school in the entire world and its notoriety goes far beyond just the medical marijuana industry and expands into today's pop culture. However, the Cannabis Career Institute goes far beyond the basics of teaching, as it places emphasis on developing a unique business technique by formulating a step-by-step method that directly breaks down doing business and presents a silver platter of knowledge to students.
Now is the time for individuals to figure out how to become a part of an up-and-coming industry. With recent figures becoming exposed and job opportunities increasing because of the necessity for cannabis-related businesses, the potential for a substantially positive financial impact on Boston is right around the bend and within sights. With two Boston seminars already sold out and only around twenty seats remaining for the May 11th seminar, these seminars have become a hot commodity as people are racing to become a part of something greater.
The Cannabis Career Institute would love to have a firm presence in the medical marijuana states as they begin to go through their growth and evolution period. This company provides a service that shows compassionate involvement through and through. After a student leaves a seminar, the Cannabis Career Institute will support that student all through their journey towards creating a reputable and well-established canna-business. The Cannabis Career Institute focuses on helping students through their journey with immense support and mentoring, and makes note of establishing lifelong connections that will be very beneficial when all is said and done. Students who attend any seminar are welcome to come back to another seminar for no cost if they wish to reestablish any information.
The Cannabis Career Institute is proud to announce a featured sponsorship from CannaJobs and special guest appearance from The Medical Cannabis Network. CannaJobs is an online portal that provides job seekers with employment opportunities within the marijuana industry and the Medical Cannabis Network is one of the industry’s finest suppliers of patient support services. This is a go-to event by all means, and individuals who wish to attend will have to act fast.
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