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In a nearly 9,000 word story, reporter Amanda Ripley takes The Atlantic readers "inside a radical attempt to help Americans start (and finish) college" featuring the Starbucks College Achievement Plan.
In Starbucks 10th forum to discuss racial inequality in America, dozens of partners (employees) shared their personal stories and expressed gratitude for the company's willingness to hold conversations that foster better empathy and understanding of one another.
An estimated 40,000 Starbucks partners, with half of them outside the U.S., are taking part in community service work in April. Here are a few of the global projects Starbucks partners are supporting.
Bringing partners (employees) and customers together in community service is a major component of Starbucks Global Month of Service.
The road from homelessness to full-time employment isn’t easy, but it’s one that nonprofits and Starbucks are working to pave for thousands of young adults often referred to as Opportunity Youth – those between the ages of 16 and 24 who are not in school and are not working.
The Youth Resource Fair in San Francisco leads youth to summer jobs and as well as full-time positions, as part of Starbucks Global Month of Service in April.
April is a month when Starbucks invites partners (employees) and customers to join together in community service projects around the world. This year, there’s an emphasis on service that supports “Opportunity Youth.
In 2015, 99% of Starbucks Coffee Supply Chain Verified as Ethically Sourced. Largest coffee retailer to achieve milestone through partnership with Conservation International.