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CUPS Coffeehouse co-owners, Kenika Walker (left) and Holly Shook (right) holding city resolutions during a fundraising event. CUPS Coffeehouse provides youth and young adults with workforce training.

CUPS Coffeehouse co-owners, Kenika Walker (left) and Holly Shook (right) holding city resolutions during a fundraising event. CUPS Coffeehouse provides youth and young adults with workforce training.

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Local Coffeehouse Offers More Than A 9-to-5 ‘Grind’

In Baltimore, there is a local coffeehouse that is ‘brewing’ up much more than the popular hot beverage— CUPS (Creating Unlimited Possibilities) Coffeehouse. Located at 1301 N. Broadway Street, CUPS Coffeehouse works directly with Project I CAN (PIC), a program of Fusion Partnerships, to provide workforce training, and development for youth and young adults ages 16 to 24 living in Baltimore City.