Sweet Flower in association with the
We are currently hiring for competitive wage jobs in the cannabis industry.
Location: 827 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena
July 9th, 10:00AM – 3:00 PM
Hiring for Studio City, Melrose, Arts District & Westwood stores!
Culver City coming soon
Sweet Flower is committed to operating openly and transparently and to hiring inclusively and diversely.
Sweet Flower currently maintains more than an 80% employee diversity level at all levels of the company.
Sweet Flower is focused on empowering black and brown representation and businesses. Sweet Flower supports black- and brown- owned cannabis businesses at ten times the industry average.
Sweet Flower’s executive team serves on the boards of Cannabis for Black Lives and the Black Cooperative Investment Fund.
Since 2018, Sweet Flower has contributed over $200,000 in charitable donations to the communities it serves and is committed to serve the Pasadena community through a social equity partnership with the Pasadena Community Coalition, the only successful Pasadena applicant to do so. This commitment includes but is not limited to hiring at least 50% of employees and supply line vendors from the African American (AA) and Latinx communities in Pasadena and the San Gabriel Valley. We offer training and skills programs to minority groups in order to gain the experience needed to work in the legal cannabis industry, promoting Pasadena African-American brands at all Sweet Flower stores and hosting local expungement clinics.