Speaking at his alma mater, Starbucks ceo Kevin Johnson advises New Mexico State University graduates to “find your passion and always remember to serve others.”
Prominent lifestyle brand ban.do has collaborated with Starbucks to develop a merchandise collection for the company's stores across Asia. The limited-edition merchandise includes drinkware and accessories with bright, colorful designs inspired by tropical vibes, laid-back vacation fun and a retro Los Angeles beachside look and feel.
Isamar Campos and her mother, Maria, attended the Opportunity Youth Fair and Forum in Los Angeles last year. The event was life changing for both as they were hired as Starbucks baristas. Since that time, the pair has grown personally and professionally.
The knowledge and compassion Deborah Hinojosa-Prater draws upon in her role as manager of a Starbucks Military Family Store in San Antonio also served her and her family when they were confronted by a crisis.
Hundreds of Starbucks partners are graduating from Arizona State University this week through the Starbucks College Achievement Plan, which offers tuition reimbursement. Meet some of them here, just as they are stepping into their new futures.
Take a look back at Starbucks 30 years in Canada as it opens its first immersive Starbucks Reserve coffee bar in Vancouver.
Three years ago, Howard Schultz announced the college achievement plan, which provides eligible partners based in the U.S. who work 20 hours a week or more, the opportunity to get an online degree through ASU, debt-free. More than 7,000 are currently participating in the program.
Home is the word that kept coming up at the Starbucks Partner and Family Forum held today at Arizona State University.