Florida may not have Medical Marijuana just yet (that vote comes later this year), but entrepreneurs are already eyeing businesses in what (hopefully) will be one of America’s next MMJ states this year. The first of those enterprises, “Medical Marijuana Tampa,” a school for those that want to enter the burgeoning weed industry, began classes yesterday.
There’s no entrance exam or background check at Medical Marijuana Tampa: to enroll, you simply pay $4999 for course material, and can immediately begin your crash course in cannabis. The report does not state how many (if any) students are already enrolled in classes, but it’s nonetheless a neat development for a state that has been behind the medical marijuana ball for some time.
The curriculum will encompass “the history of cannabis, types of cannabis and its growth stages, making bubble hash and edibles, and building the grower network.” All of which is great–but if you still have to move to Colorado or Washington to actually grow the plant and join the legal industry, it might be a better use to use those funds towards a move out west and simply learn on the job.
Would you go to school for weed, or prefer get a badge and learn in a grow or at a dispensary?