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[Photo News] Starbucks' social contribution

Starbucks Korea signed an MOU with the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family on Wednesday to begin a social contribution program aimed at helping adolescents in need, opening the brand’s fifth “social contribution cafe” at a youth facility in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province. Starbucks baristas will become mentors for various teens in need, offering professional barista classes and career guidance. (Starbucks Korea)
Starbucks Korea signed an MOU with the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family on Wednesday to begin a social contribution program aimed at helping adolescents in need, opening the brand’s fifth “social contribution cafe” at a youth facility in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province. Starbucks baristas will become mentors for various teens in need, offering professional barista classes and career guidance. (Starbucks Korea)
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