C.I.R.E. is committed to partnering with HBCUs, 1890 Land-Grant HBCUs, state departments and regulatory agencies. Our goal is to provide vital cannabis and hemp resources supporting education, certification, training, business development, operations, research and development and HBCU start-up/growth operations. In addition, we support state compliance operations, monitoring and management, customized compliance software, and all things in the educational cannabis and hemp arena.
C.I.R.E. has established a cannabis and hemp industry network that shares in our passion and commitment in supporting HBCUs, local governments, and state agencies. We provide cannabis, hemp, and cannabinoid support and knowledge to our partners. We are a complete turnkey solution for your educational program, CE/CTE, certification, and compliance training needs. Our professional team and supporting network consist of state accredited cannabis educators, doctors, pharmacists, professors, master growers, industry CEO’s and other leaders in this exciting new field. Our team has the capacity to launch your program in 60-90 days.
Education/Research Grant Partner/Training/Workforce
HOW WE CAN PARTNER?
CANNABIS PROGRAMS AND INITIATIVES
Cannabis Hub is an educational organization with a mission to bring cannabis knowledge to the world through self-paced online and live stream instruction. Our partnership with the Cleveland School of Cannabis, the second State Approved school in the nation, allows us to provide a standard in education that is unmatched. Whether you are a patient or adult user looking to be an educated consumer wishing to maximize your experience with cannabis, a cannabis employer seeking to enhance the ability and knowledge of your team to serve your patients and customers, a home cook or professional chef who wants to take advantage of the economic and health benefits of cooking with cannabis, or a corporation needing to adapt to the cultural shift of cannabis to better understand how it impacts the workplace from liability to retention, Cannabis Hub is your partner.
By aligning with Viola’s commitment to equity in the cannabis industry, the mission of the Harrington Institute is to provide equitable access through the delivery of high-quality educational opportunities to its community. Participation is such programs will lead to advanced awareness, job readiness, reform, and community advancement. The Harrington Institute offers live distance education so that participants are able to connect with faculty and peers in real time. Our vision is to reshape the entire landscape of the cannabis industry by providing high quality education in every corner of the market.
THE CANNABIS & HEMP INDUSTRY
CUSTOMIZABLE & ACCREDITED CURRICULUM TURNKEY SOLUTIONS
Utilizing the Cannabis Hub platform, we allow HBCU’s state and local agencies to access our content and platform to fuel their academic CTE needs. Examples include:
- The Illinois Cannabis Training Center
- The State of Virginia
- The Florida Department of Health
- Senator James Sanders from Queens, New York
These organizations use the Cannabis Hub Direct Link and Revenue Split Model to initiate learning programs.
PROFIT SHARING THAT PROVIDES A REVENUE STREAM TO SUPPORT FUTURE EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVES
CURRICULUM PROGRAM & CUSTOMIZATION
- White Label Accredited Curriculum
- Personalized Branding
- A complete system built out and re-branded with our New Partners Brand Identities, Vision, and Mission
Our team of cannabis industry experts are here to serve all your cannabis, hemp, compliance, and industry needs. With thousands of hours of content already created and established, our faculty will research local laws and work closely with an institution’s leadership to build out high quality programs specific to the region. This may include module based learning and live course work.
HBCU CAMPUS CURRICULUM CERTIFICATION & GRADUATION PATHWAY DEVELOPMENT
As programs expand and education becomes a critical cornerstone for entry into the cannabis market, institutions and organizations will seek to create content. Our team of cannabis, hemp and cannabinoid industry experts are available to collaborate with your organization to meet your academic and training needs. With thousands of hours of content already created and established, our team will research local laws and work closely with your institutional leadership to build out high quality programs specific to your region. This may include modular-based learning and live coursework based on your specific programmatic needs.
Two categories consist of 1) the genetic industry, including the production of raw materials that may be increased by human intervention in the production process; and 2) the extractive industry, including the production of exhaustible raw materials that cannot be augmented through cultivation.
This broad sector, also called the service industry, includes industries that while producing no tangible goods, provide services or intangible gains to generate wealth. This sector generally includes both private and government enterprises and industries which include, 1) banking, finance, insurance, investment, and real estate services; 2) wholesale, retail, and resale trade; 3) transportation; 4) professional consulting, legal, and personal services; 5) tourism, hotels, restaurants, and entertainment; 6) repair and maintenance services; and 7) health, social welfare, administrative, police, security, and defense services.
This sector, also called the manufacturing industry, 1) takes the raw materials supplied by primary industries and processes them into consumer goods, or 2) further processes goods that other secondary industries have transformed into products, or 3) builds capital goods used to manufacture consumer and non-consumer goods. Secondary industry also includes energy-producing industries such as the construction industry.
An extension of tertiary industry that is often recognized as its own sector, the quaternary industry, is concerned with information-based or knowledge-oriented products and services. Like the tertiary sector, it comprises a mixture of private and government endeavours. Industries and activities in this sector include 1) information systems and information technology (IT); 2) research and development, including technological development and scientific research; 3) financial and strategic analysis and consulting; 4) media and communications technologies and services; and 5) education, including teaching and educational technologies and services.
BUILDING PATHWAYS OF EDUCATION, TECHNICAL TRAINING, AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT FOR A NEW INDUSTRY WORKFORCE
The National Association for Marijuana and Cannabis Educators is a non-profit organization committed to creating sustainability, equity, and the educational and occupational alignment in the cannabis industry. The cannabis industry will continue to expand, and education will follow suit in its own evolution. NAMCE seeks to bring all marijuana and general cannabis educators together so that we ensure that our workforce and the public are prepared for future opportunities and advancements in this new and exciting field. Collaborative efforts between the brilliant minds of the legacy markets and the energy derived from new entrepreneurs are critical to the growth of the industry. NAMCE’s goal is to serve as the innovative platform for the critical network connections needed to expand and enhance opportunities in the cannabis and hemp industry.