As New York state nurtures its newly legalized pot industry, one local college is betting that it can turn out the trained talent marijuana companies will soon need, potentially sparking growth in the city’s floundering educational services sector.
LIM College in Midtown East traditionally offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the business of fashion, with alumni who go off to work as merchandisers, marketers, managers and supply-chain experts.
Today the 82-year-old college announced it has branched out into the business of cannabis.
As the college’s administrators watched the legal-pot industry grow across the country, they said, they saw an opportunity to provide a formal education to nascent
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