Starbucks and its regional partner Taste Holdings prepare young South Africans for employment with an innovative training program.
Starbucks new store in Ferguson marks a key milestone in the company's ongoing commitment to open stores in at least 15 diverse, low- to medium-income communities by 2018.
Starbucks today unveiled its first store in Ferguson, Missouri, as part of a national initiative to create local jobs, provide training opportunities for young people, and revitalize communities.
The partners (employees) of Starbucks new Ferguson store range in age from 16 to 37 and they’ve been with the company from just a few months to more than 14 years. Read their bios and see their photos.
Meet Cordell Lewis, the store manager of Starbucks first store in Ferguson, Missouri. He reveals in this Q&A that he was the "opportunity youth" Starbucks is trying to help.
Nearly two years after one of the most challenging times in her life, Ferguson bakery owner Natalie DuBose believes "hope is in the air." And, with help from Starbucks Retail Branded Partnerships team her business has grown from two employees to more than 20.
To celebrate the 21st anniversary of the iconic beverage, Starbucks Birthday Cake Frappuccino returns to participating Starbucks stores in the U.S. and Canada April 28 to May 2.
From resume building to interview practice and teaching customer service basics, Starbucks partners (employees) are helping young people around the world in their quest for employment during the company's annual Global Month of Service in April.