LOS ANGELES — Unified Grocers here said Tuesday it is providing opportunities for 57 high school students to learn how the grocery industry works through its 16th annual Summer Youth Employment Program. The seven-week program is designed to give students an understanding of the industry, teach them how corporations function and help them develop job skills while working in various departments throughout the company. Among their activities will be hands-on instructional presentations, ...

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