Fueled by additional member companies and more than 40 local Chicago Community Organizations, the three-year commitment to hiring 100,000 opportunity youth begins on August 13 in Chicago, and will serve as the model for future cities of impact.
From the neighborhoods where Starbucks stores are located to farms around the world where coffee is grown, Starbucks is committed to creating opportunities for individuals and investing in communities.
Although the young people referred to as Opportunity Youth are often defined by what they are not – not working and not in school – many are trying to change that definition and their futures. The following is a personal essay from Angie, a Starbucks barista in Philadelphia, who shares how she’s overcoming the challenges of her childhood.
Starbucks baristas share iced versions of their favorite hot coffee and tea beverages.
Several members of the Blue Angels 130-person precision demonstration squad took a break from preparing for this weekend’s Boeing Seafair Air Show – a coffee break, with a formal tasting of Starbucks Reserve Gravitas Blend No.1. Four of the F/A-18 pilots also talked with partners about teamwork.
Maintaining wellness goals can sometimes be a challenge, but planning before heading down the grocery aisle can lead to success.
The vibrant flavors of real fruit, without artificial sweeteners or unrecognizable additives, served as the foundation for the new yogurts crafted with simple Ingredients to attract customers to the $7 Billion yogurt category.
Starbucks offers tips for personalizing iced tea and ordering like a pro.