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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.
A new program in a Starbucks store brings together veterans with William & Mary law students and professors with the expertise to resolve disability-compensation challenges.
At Starbucks, we believe that as a country we should lean into our diversity and the equality of opportunity it represents. Any policies that enable this new mindset for America will help our country to prosper.
Starbucks Canada Baristas Training Program is on track to take 100 of B.C.’s most vulnerable young people from unemployable to employable this year.
An Unlikely hero of the Seattle Seahawks drive to the Super Bowl bolsters his future after football through an innovative job shadow program with Starbucks.
Starbucks scored 100 out of 100 on a new Disability Equality Index survey, a joint initiative of the American Association of People with Disabilities and the U.S. Business Leadership Network.
Starbucks is a 2015 presenting sponsor for Seafair, which has been a summer-long series of events in Seattle for more than 60 years.
This June, Starbucks and thousands of restaurants, food trucks, and bars worldwide are uniting with one shared goal: the fight for a world in which every child is born HIV free.