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Cannabis Career Resume Workshop

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Hitman Coffee Shop

659 South La Brea Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90036

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A workshop highlighting resume writing skills with Ophelia Chong, Laurah Ann Marretti + more!

With the passage of Proposition 64 (legalization of recreational marijuana use), the California cannabis industry is experiencing a period of rapid growth! There are more businesses, brands, products, and services than ever before, and now is your chance to create your place in the industry!

If you purchase a package for one or both of the workshops you will qualify for an early entrance pass to the job fair, for some more quality one on one time with the companies interested in hiring.

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Ophelia Chong, community activist, graphic designer & photographer

Ophelia Chong is the founder of Stock Pot Images and Asian Americans for Cannabis Education (AACE). She is driven to help shape the new conversation of Cannabis and is guided by one mission: to advocate for the legalization of cannabis and offer truthful reflections of the faces and communities that embrace cannabis.

As well as StockPot Images, Ophelia is the Creative Consultant at PUSH Magazine the target audience is millennial women in cannabis. She is also the Community Outreach liaison for THC Design, one of the top premium cannabis growers in CA, she is responsible for LGBT, Veterans, Women, Minorities and Disabled outreach.

As an artist, her work has been published by Harper Collins, Gestalten (3 books) and other major publishers of books and magazines. Her latest collage work was commissioned by Simon & Schuster and will debut in the Fall of 2017.

Her career path has been formed by her 2 decades in photography, as a creative director in publishing, published artist and gallerist, entertainment and as an adjunct professor in education at Art Center College of Design; her path is non-ending because she believes that we all have at least five careers in our lifetimes.

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson

With the passage of Proposition 64 (legalization of recreational marijuana use), the California cannabis industry is experiencing a period of rapid growth! There are more businesses, brands, products, and services than ever before, and now is your chance to learn directly from hiring managers and recruiters!

Mock interviews, job fair tips, and career consultations with HR representatives.

If you purchase the interview package or the 2 class package, you will qualify automatically for the early entrance to the career fair for some one on one time with some of the biggest companies in the industry.


Laurah Ann Marretti, Executive Recruiter @ MedMenInline image 2


"We are pleased to announce that Laurah Marretti has joined MedMen as executive recruiter based in Culver City, CA. Laurah will leverage her breadth of creativity, near and long-term recruitment vision and business acumen to deliver high-quality executive level candidates while maintaining excellent relations with hiring managers and candidates.

Laurah brings more than 15 years of experience in staffing and recruiting high-level professionals from various industries including medical, scientific, pharmaceutical and IT.

During her free time, you can find Laurah exploring the outdoors. She loves fishing, boating and anything on water, including amusement parks, especially Universal Studios. She is a dedicated Harry Potter fan!"


Paragon helps talented individuals find their place in the cannabis industry. If you're a business that needs to hire, a professional looking for a new career, or have any questions at all, email team@joinparagon.us



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