Starbucks recently announced that it will be launching a new community outreach scheme in New York City's Jamaica Queens neighborhood. While the global coffee chain already provides jobs for many young people, now the company is going a step further by proving extra resources for those in certain neighborhoods.
Starbucks' new community outreach scheme is part of a partnership with the non-profit organization Queens Community House and the YMCA's Y Road Centre. Together, the organizations will work to create special in-store spaces that provide on-site training and customer service workshops. The goal of the program is to provide teenagers and young adults in certain neighborhoods with meaningful job training and greater employment opportunities.
The new initiative demonstrates how chains can use their influence to promote economic development and support community engagement in underserved neighborhoods.
This Community Outreach Scheme Involves On-Site Training at Starbucks
1. Community Outreach Schemes - Companies partnering with non-profit organizations to create job training opportunities in underserved neighborhoods.
2. On-site Training Programs - Coffee chains creating in-store spaces for on-site training and customer service workshops for teens and young adults in certain neighborhoods.
3. Employment Opportunities - Providing meaningful job training and creating employment opportunities for young people in underserved communities.
1. Coffee Chains - Opportunities for coffee chains to partner with non-profit organizations to provide job training and customer service workshops in underserved neighborhoods.
2. Non-profit Organizations - Opportunities for non-profit organizations to partner with coffee chains to create job training opportunities in underserved communities.
3. Youth Employment Programs - Opportunities to create and expand youth employment programs in underserved neighborhoods with the help of corporate partnerships.