A couple of months after opening, a Starbucks Community Store in west Birmingham has already started to become a gathering place for artists and dreamers, community movers and shakers, and a place where big ideas are born.
Meet Umlesh Kaur, a working mom who is getting back on her feet after her family became homeless last year. Mary’s Place has supported 600 families like Kuar’s this year but with 2,300 families with children experiencing homelessness in King County, the need is great. The No Child Sleeps Outside campaign aims to change that.
Five years ago, Starbucks committed to hiring 10,000 veterans and military spouses by 2018. Today, the company has hired 21,000 – more than twice that original commitment, each one unique in his or her way. Meet some of the remarkable men and women who make up that number.
Recruiters from Starbucks and dozens of other companies see their own journeys reflected in applicants’ stories.
Meet three partners at Starbucks new Community Store in Birmingham, who believe their mission is not only to serve their customers, but their community.
Whether they received resume advice, career counseling, wardrobe tips or a job offer, more than 2,600 young Atlantans walked away from Thursday's Opportunity Hiring Fair having done the most important thing they could do -- to start somewhere.
Thousands of young job seekers are headed to the Opportunity Hiring Fair at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta Thursday to knock on the door of what’s next.
In support of National Military Appreciation Month, all U.S. Starbucks stores will carry a brownie made by service-disabled veterans, military spouses and caregivers in Dog Tag Inc.’s training program, designed to help them find personal and professional fulfillment as civilians.