Cannabis School Comes to Maryland, Florida, California and North Carolina

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CCI continues to teach thousands of American about the cannabis industry. This marijuana based school teaches entrepreneurs how to succeed with cannabis companies from bakeries to dispensaries all in a one day course offered nationally.

The Cannabis Career Institute (CCI) continues to teach entrepreneurs in Maryland, Florida, California and North Carolina. Classes will be held on December 13th in Baltimore at the Hampton Inn and Suites BWI Airport, Miami at the Sheraton Hotel, Los Angeles at the Universal Hilton and in Raleigh at the Hyatt Place Durham Airport. Classes run from one day 9-7 with other classes offered year around nationally.

CCI will teach students basic start up steps including marketing skills, laws and politics, as well as management. Students will be shown a launch model of various cannabis related companies such as dispensaries, edible bakeries, and plantations among many other varying services. CCI will be the first certification course on the market to qualify certain figures in the industry, making the processes organized and safe. Instructors focus on the students’ full understanding and success with their personal company, using themselves as an example for opportunity. CCI has taught thousands of successful students nation wide though their nation wide yearly classes all available for a one $299 sign up fee.

Maryland signed the Senate Bill 923 and House Bill 881 into law in the spring of 2013 according to the Daily Chronic. Governor O’Malley’s decision allows doctors to write recommendations for patients and allows access to the medicine. The Huffington Post reported Florida almost legalized medical marijuana, losing by 2% of the 60% required to pass. High Times was there to announce California as the first state to legalize medical cannabis in 1996 through Proposition 215, now the state has the biggest industry in the country. North Carolina still waits for full legalization the Marijuana Policy Project stated Pat McCrory signed the Epilepsy Alternative Treatment Act in July 2014. Select individuals will be selected for treatment and studies before broadening the use.

CCI continues to expand working with other advocacy groups offering information at classes, conventions, and online. To enroll into the institute there's a one time all access fee of $299 with classes year around nationally.For more information and scheduling please call Robert Calkin 240.338.8785 or email: kimmoffattcci(at)gmail(dot)com To find out more about Cannabis Career Institute go to the website for details:

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