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The 100,000 Opportunities Initiative is in Los Angeles today, where more than 30 companies will engage with 5,000 young people registered to attend the day-long resource and job fair today.
Hired on the spot at the Opportunity Fair and Forum in Phoenix, a Teavana partner continues to thrive.
Starbucks pro bono legal resources helped establish the “Homeless Youth Handbook” as an essential tool for an underserved and in-distress community.
Participants will hear from inspiring community leaders and receive free assistance with job and scholarship applications, resumes, interviews, dressing for success, social services, and more.
Starbucks dedicated its 17th Military Family Store located near Luke Air Force Base. Partners at the store will provide career development opportunities for military spouses.
In November, Starbucks extended the tuition reimbursement benefit to a spouse or child of current members of the U.S. Armed Forces and veterans. Meet a veteran who will gift his tuition benefit to his teen daughter.
Whether delivering coats to kids in Kyrgyzstan or making meals for military families, Starbucks partner Spencer Bowen finds a way to assist people in need.
More than 500 volunteers, including Starbucks baristas, impact nearly 5,000 students, families and community members through the Youth Skill Development and Food Sustainability Project in partnership with the Books for Children Foundation.