Starbucks Stars With Education Buck$

Say what you will about Starbucks (and people say plenty).

You have to admit: The company that popularized the words “venti” and “barista,” and brought the world drinks like cotton candy frappuccino, is a great supporter of education.

Every benefits-eligible US partner (aka “employee”) — even those working part-time — is eligible for 100% tuition reimbursement for a first-time bachelor’s degree through one of Arizona State University’s 80 online programs.

Nora Anzalone — who works at the Starbucks in Parker Harding Plaza — chose English literature.

Juggling work and school was not easy, but Nora did it.

The other day, she earned her degree.

To celebrate, Nora’s downtown Starbucks threw a graduation party.

Nora Anzalone (right) with supervisor Tayna Hovanec.

No word on how her name was spelled on the cup.

(Hat tip: Charmian Hall)

One response to “Starbucks Stars With Education Buck$

  1. Congratulations!!! That’s a lot of work! I take courses online and, like everyone, find them much harder without the social reinforcement. – Chris Woods

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