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Starbucks announced plans to build a store in Ferguson, as part of an accelerated program to open stores in 15 diverse urban communities across the U.S., with at least five stores expected to open in 2016.
Starbucks and the Sounders FC are honoring active service members and veterans with complimentary tickets for the Sounders FC vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC match on August 1st at CenturyLink Field.
Newly announced Starbucks Foundation grants will benefit 72 nonprofit organizations in 15 U.S. cities. Here’s a glance at how five grant recipients will use the funds to support young people in their communities.
Starbucks today announced it will open stores in 15 diverse, low to median income urban communities across the U.S., with at least five stores expected to open in 2016. These stores will be a key strategy in achieving the company’s previously stated goal of hiring 10,000 Opportunity Youth – young people between the ages of 16-24 who face systemic barriers to meaningful jobs and education
Starbucks participates in three fellowship programs that provide work experience for active duty service members as they explore their next career opportunity prior to military retirement.
There’s a form to the perfect push up, and about 100 Starbucks partners, many of them veterans, nailed it in a social-media-fueled challenge to support those transitioning from military service to the civilian workforce.
Starbucks plans to open 12 Military Family Stores near military bases by the end of 2015 to support veterans and military spouses in the communities. Here are photos of three recently dedicated Starbucks Military Family stores in California, Virginia and Colorado
Starbucks Armed Forces Network was established in Seattle in 2007. Since that time, multiple field chapters have formed across the U.S. to build a unique community for partners who are veterans, reservists and military spouses.