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Artist and barista Jeoffrey Valiente channeled the feel of his Long Beach, Calif., neighborhood when he created a mural for the new store, which is partnering with a non-profit to help young people gain job skills.
The nation’s largest employer-led coalition committed to creating pathways to employment for young people, today announced that participating companies offered 700 jobs to Opportunity Youth – 16-24-year-olds who are not in school nor employed.
Photographer Joshua Trujillo documented a Starbucks Origin Trip to Rwanda in April, where Starbucks partners from around the world visit farmers who grow coffee to better learn, understand and connect. Here he shares his experience.
More than 30 companies, including Starbucks, are conducting more than 1,700 interviews throughout the day at the event for those ages 16 to 24 who aren’t in school or working. Some result in job offers on the spot.
More than 30 companies, including Starbucks, will be conducting more than 1,700 interviews Friday at the Dallas Opportunity Fair. Some will result in job offers on the spot. Participants between the ages of 16 and 24 who aren’t in school and aren’t working can get help with their resumes, learn interview tips, practice tying a tie and more.
They came from Europe, the Middle East and Africa. For the next four days, the 35 Starbucks partners from around the world will be immersed in the origin of coffee in the East African nation of Rwanda
Starbucks partners are committed to community service year-round, engagement that the company fully supports and encourages. The nonprofits who benefit from this support find it invaluable.
The Starbucks store in Ferguson, Mo., has successfully created a model for more stores in underserved communities.