Looking for employment opportunities or thinking about making a career change? Give the cannabis industry a try.

On October 9th, you can see for yourself what it’s like to work in this exciting, emerging industry by participating in the Cultivating Talent cannabis industry job fair.

Taking place at the T/bus-accessible Starlight Square in Cambridge’s Central Square neighborhood, this free, outdoor job fair will allow you to speak directly with 11 cannabis operators in the Greater Boston area to learn what types of positions are available and how you can make an impact on other people’s lives while bettering your own.

With a variety of positions and locations represented at Cultivating Talent, you’ll have many opportunities to find the job that suits your needs. Openings include positions in customer service, security, patient services, cultivation, quality assurance, logistics and retail.

Participating companies include:

  • Revolutionary Clinics (medical operator)
  • Northeast Alternatives (medical/adult-use operator)
  • Ermont, Inc. (medical operator)
  • PharmaCann (medical/adult-use operator)
  • Core Cannabis (adult-use operator)
  • Verilife (adult-use operator)
  • Alchemy League (adult-use operator)
  • INSA (medical/adult-use operator)
  • Ethos Cannabis (medical operator)
  • Holistic Industries (medical operator)
  • Alternative Therapies Group (medical/adult-use operator)

Register today while space is available.

Resumes are preferred but not a requirement.

Join us on Friday, October 9 from 2:00-4:30 for a Cannabis Industry Job Fair.

What to Expect:

  • Entrances are located at Bishop Allen Drive and Norfolk Street
  • Attendees must be 21+ (no children)
  • Face masks must be worn
  • Please maintain a 6 foot-distance from other attendees
  • Do not attend if you feel ill
  • No pets are allowed at the job fair
  • Capacity will be regulated and enforced by staff


  • Street parking is available OR the closest public parking lot is Green Street Garage, 260 Green St, Cambridge, MA 02139
  • MBTA bus 64, 83 or 91 to Prospect St @ Bishop Allen Dr. OR the 1, 47, 64 or 70 to Massachusetts Ave @ Pearl St
  • Central Station on the MBTA Red Line

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