The Social Equity Program (SEP) is a free Massachusetts program offering training and assistance to help participants succeed in the cannabis industry. The selected SEP participants are those individuals most impacted by the War on Drugs, marijuana prohibition, disproportionate arrests and incarcerations.
GreenLight Business Solutions is a proud CCC vendor for the Social Equity Program training courses. Our client base is extremely diverse, and we are dedicated advocates for the Social Equity Program participants and all those individuals who have been impacted by the War on Drugs. We strongly believe in fighting to end the stigma and discrimination that these populations have endured over the centuries.
New Bedford natives selected as cannabis consultants
NEW BEDFORD — A company run by New Bedford natives has been selected by the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission to train and mentor people who want to get into the legal marijuana business.
The commission chose GreenLight Business Solutions as one of six entities — both nonprofit and for-profit — that will move forward in a procurement process to offer state-funded training as part of the Social Equity Program.
The new program provides pathways into the business for Massachusetts residents who have been disproportionately harmed by marijuana prohibition.
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“Two thumbs up, don’t change anything.”
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