Shyra Leyde (right) and Sophia G., make sandwiches at CafeWorks in Everett on Wednesday. The pair are currently completing CafeWorks’ Youth Barista Training program, which lasts 13 weeks. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

CafeWorks program provides an avenue away from poverty

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