Grab a Coffee, Support our Veterans, Find Great Jobs

Free Wi-Fi has been a staple at Starbucks locations across the U.S. for a few years now, and the content is getting better and better each passing day – with breaking news, music, and exclusive content available – all for free, through the Starbucks Digital Network.

And now, the Starbucks Digital Network will feature TweetMyJobs for Veterans - to provide innovative tools to help our heroes find jobs. We’re partnering with Starbucks to help find jobs for transitioning veterans.

Starbucks customers connected to Wi-Fi can easily navigate to the Business & Careers channel and find the integrated jobs experience, as pictured above.

60 million customers visit Starbucks stores on a weekly basis, and we hope that this integration helps those who are returning from their service and looking for work.

Starbucks continues to innovate, for all the right reasons. So if you’re one of the 60 million who visit a store this week, check out TweetMyJobs for Veterans, and enjoy your latte.


Today marks a great step in supporting the veterans of our armed forces in their job and career search. TweetMyJobs is honored and proud to launch in support of our veterans and our country.

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As part of the Joining Forces initiative announced by President Barack Obama, TweetMyJobs has created a variety of tools to better assist veterans during their job search. In addition to a dedicated microsite, veterans can receive custom notification alerts for veteran committed jobs, follow veteran-specific job channels on Twitter in every state and major metropolitan area in the United States, and have an outlet to distribute their resume on Twitter.

The TweetMyJobs team is excited for the opportunity to help veterans find work by using our social recruiting technology. For more information on TweetMyJobs for Veterans,  please visit have the ability to “tag” job listings to help ensure veterans will be able to identify these “veteran committed” jobs as they look for employment.