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Partners (employees) at the Mandalay Village Starbucks in Port Hueneme, California, will work with Blue Star Families to provide services for veterans and their families.
A pipeline of military-trained maintenance specialists brings sophisticated technical expertise and a get-it-done attitude to the Starbucks plant in Kent, Washington
Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry’s annual Governor’s Award is presented to Starbucks facility in Pennsylvania for its Inclusion Academy and other efforts to identify work opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
More than half of the young people who interviewed with Starbucks and other top employers during a 100,000 Opportunities Initiative hiring fair in Seattle received on-the-spot job offers.
In a continuing effort to connect young people with meaningful jobs and career paths, the 100,000 Opportunities Initiative hosted an all-day job fair at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field Event Center.
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.