Early In Your Career?
Early In Your Career?
Working at Starbucks means having the opportunity to connect with something bigger. And that means having opportunities to grow, and the help to move along in your career. Whether you’re looking to become a partner or if you’re already a partner looking for new experiences on your career journey, here are some exciting areas you should know about.
Leverage your passion for the brand and store operations experience to launch your non-retail career with one of our many entry-level opportunities. We’ll provide you with the resources you need to start the journey to your future career.
The Starbucks Internship Program, based at our Support Center in Seattle, offers students meaningful and challenging project work, exposure to executive leadership, and the opportunity to experience the Starbucks culture and what it means to be a partner.
This is a full-time, two-year program that focuses on developing future leaders at Starbucks. It is a well-rounded, rigorous experience through which partners gain valuable professional and leadership skills, in an accelerated format.
Find Your Opportunity
Each of our business groups provides unique opportunities for Early in Career partners. Learn more below.
For more information about these events and whether Starbucks recruits on your campus, please check with your Career Services office.
- October 1 - 2
Michigan State University
- October 8
University of Washington
Finance Undergraduate Information Session
Western Washington University
APICS Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management Student Chapter Meeting - Information Session
- October 27
Northwestern University (Kellogg)
Administrative Support and Customer Service
The Administrative Support team is integral to every day operations. We take care of each other, the partners we support and we’re also good at taking care of business. We get the opportunity to see the inner workings of new initiatives before they launch to the public and we work closely with inspiring leaders across different parts of the company.
The Customer Service team receives and shares feedback that helps our company stand apart and grow. We listen to our customers and respond in kind. We analyze information and provide insights so that we continue to create inspired moments around the world every day.
Common entry level roles within the Administrative Support team include: coordinator and senior coordinator and administrative assistant, supporting one or two business leaders. If you’re interested in Customer Service, apply for customer service representative, customer contact support or senior customer relations representative roles.