Hands-on training is crucial in the cannabis space. At NDICA, our onsite internship program has proven to be highly effective in training SEP applicants to secure employment and/or become owners/operators. Interns are placed in legal retail stores, cultivation and manufacturing facilities to learn day-to-day operations, compliance, inventory, security, packaging, track and trace, POS and CRM systems. They will gain the knowledge and experience to own their own Hemp & Cannabis business.
For those only interested in careers, we have both entry-level and C-Level employment opportunities.
Our goal is to place interns in transitional as well as long-term positions.
(A minimum of 120 hours is required to obtain a certificate of completion. Additional hours may be required if SEP applicant does not pass the required interim and final exams.)