Aramark opened a coffee shop at the University of Minnesota that employs three disadvantaged local teens, partnering them with university students and an adult manager to give them real-world job experience, reports the Minneapolis Bridgeland News. CityKid Java, which opened in January in UM’s Carslon School of Management, as a partnership between Aramark and Urban Ventures, a Minneapolis nonprofit that markets CityKid Java coffee to help fund its fund youth programs. Aramark has previously ...

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