Apprentice garbage man Corey Lever collects trash outside a school in Oakland. A new partnership between Waste Management of Alameda County Inc., the nonprofit Oakland Civicorps and unions gives young adults, often high school dropouts from low-income communities, a chance to become teamster drivers after two years of training.
Apprentice garbage man Corey Lever collects trash outside a school in Oakland. A new partnership between Waste Management of Alameda County Inc., the nonprofit Oakland Civicorps and unions gives young adults, often high school dropouts from low-income communities, a chance to become teamster drivers after two years of training. Eric Risberg AP
Apprentice garbage man Corey Lever collects trash outside a school in Oakland. A new partnership between Waste Management of Alameda County Inc., the nonprofit Oakland Civicorps and unions gives young adults, often high school dropouts from low-income communities, a chance to become teamster drivers after two years of training. Eric Risberg AP