When they began opening medical cannabis dispensaries in our area, I knew I was going to apply for a job there.
I did not know what positions they had open, but I was going to apply for anything I could.
I had read that medical cannabis dispensaries were consistently hiring budtenders. A budtender had to know all the laws and regulations that not only went with the local medical cannabis dispensaries, however with the cannabis dispensaries of the states surrounding our state. This was a lot of reading, and I never was good in university. I went online to find out where I could take all these classes, then luckily, it was an online class that I took at my speed, but I still could not get a job until I passed the test. The class was high-priced, and they wanted to know which medical cannabis dispensary I had applied to. I just found the first glitch to my method of toiling in a medical cannabis dispensary, however before I could become a certified cannabis budtender, I had to apply for a job. I also had to be 21 before I could labor in a medical cannabis dispensary, and I was only 17. I was going to put my thoughts on becoming a medical cannabis dispensary employee on the back burner until I turned 21 in 3 1/2 years. Until then, I’ll be reading all I can about medical cannabis. I want to learn about different strains and the difference between marijuana that will help you sleep and those used for daytime. When I finally get my job, I’ll be a font of information for anyone who comes to my station at the cannabis dispensary.