More than 50 Deaf baristas received green aprons with “Starbucks” embroidered in ASL fingerspelling to serve as a visual communications cue for customers and a point of Deaf cultural pride.
Customers can bring home the flavors of East Timor with Starbucks Single Origin East Timor Tatamailau whole-bean coffee, available for a limited time.
The sleeve, featuring a backdrop of Meghan Moser’s woodcut prints of coffee beans in a camouflage design, recognizes the veterans and military spouses who have been hired by Starbucks.
‘If people can start conversations in a positive way, it’s the first step to understanding (military veterans).’
On Tuesday, Schultz called an all-partner forum to address the violence, hatred and empowerment of white supremacists and neo-Nazis in recent days.
The Starbucks Foundation announced that Liberty’s Kitchen is one of 41 nonprofits in 27 states to receive a 2017 Opportunity for All grant. This, its fourth grant from The Starbucks Foundation, is $50,000 to fund staff development and training, uniforms for students, activities for alumni and special events to promote the organization.
As new enrollees in the Starbucks College Achievement Plan gear up for fall admission, seven of the 7,500 partners participating in the ASU online degree program bust some frequent myths associated with online education.
Former Starbucks barista Delvin Choice has parlayed his fame from appearances on “The Voice” television show into a creative life that encompasses performing, volunteering, cooking and design.