Community College of Denver Announces Partnership with Green Flower to Provide Opportunities in Rapidly Growing Cannabis Industry

1.7 min readPublished On: August 31st, 2022By

DENVER, Aug. 31, 2022

Community College of Denver (CCD) and Green Flower, through this new partnership, CCD will add three cannabis certificates to provide job skills training for those pursuing a cannabis career. The curriculum includes advanced dispensary associate, manufacturing agent, and cultivation technician skill training. CCD launched its Cannabis Science and Operations BAS degree in November 2021.

“We pride ourselves on refuting the traditional stereotype that colleges are slow to adapt,” said CCD President Marielena P. DeSanctis, Ph.D. “Our partnership with Green Flower demonstrates how CCD leads in creating innovative, high demand programs. We look forward to providing students and adult learners in the Denver community with the opportunity to enter this growing industry.”

Each certificate program takes eight weeks to complete and is offered fully online. Students can start registering on August 30, 2022 and begin courses at any time. Upon completion, graduates will also have access to Green Flower’s employer network.

“Green Flower is honored to be partnering with the Community College of Denver. With the cannabis industry in Colorado continuing to grow at a record pace, the ability to help people train to work in cannabis retail, manufacturing and agriculture environments continues to be vital,” said Green Flower’s Vice President of University Partnerships, Daniel Kalef. “Like other highly regulated industries, the need to have expertise in material handling, quality control, patient care, security, transportation, horticulture and more, is vital to the success of the industry and all things people will learn in these programs.”

In addition to Green Flower, CCD has previously partnered with such entities as “Jobs for the Future” and Verizon to introduce an IT support and Junior Full-Stack developer certificate program, as well as the Hispanic Restaurant Association to provide contextualized ESL courses for the restaurant industry. As the country continues to call with immediate job market needs, CCD consistently answers this call with their programs to not only meet, but exceed the demands of these industries.

 

(This information is primarily sourced from Green Flower. Highly Capitalized has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this news release. Read our Disclaimer here).

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