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The wife of a Marine, Amy Pappas moved from base to base before finding a home for her unique perspective and drive at Starbucks.
Starbucks and its regional partner Taste Holdings prepare young South Africans for employment with an innovative training program.
Starbucks today unveiled its first store in Ferguson, Missouri, as part of a national initiative to create local jobs, provide training opportunities for young people, and revitalize communities.
Nearly two years after one of the most challenging times in her life, Ferguson bakery owner Natalie DuBose believes "hope is in the air." And, with help from Starbucks Retail Branded Partnerships team her business has grown from two employees to more than 20.
From resume building to interview practice and teaching customer service basics, Starbucks partners (employees) are helping young people around the world in their quest for employment during the company's annual Global Month of Service in April.
A decade ago, Starbucks volunteers and funds helped to transform a park in need of attention into a state-of-the-art public space.
Starbucks dedicated two Military Family Stores in Hawaii and now has 22 of these special stores that work with non-profit organizations to provide services for veterans and their families across the U.S.
The 100,000 Opportunities Initiative, a coalition of 40 top U.S. companies, today announced plans to expand its national youth hiring movement to Seattle, beginning with a job fair on May 5 at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field Event Center.