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Life skills with a side of kale: Helping homeless youth one salad at a time
by Kendra Nordin Beato, Staff writer
The Christian Science Monitor Translate This Article
3 October 2018
On 3 October 2018 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
For homeless youth, employment is critical to independence, but the barriers are incredibly high. Restaurant chain Tender Greens offers opportunities for at-risk youth and a model for other eateries.
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