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STARBUCKS MANAGERS BOOST SELF ESTEEM OF CLEAR CREEK INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS

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Two Starbucks managers Wil Scott and Bert Smith are
following up their Communities In Schools-Bay Areasponsored
Career Fair participation by meeting with
Clear Creek Intermediate male students. Communities In
Schools-Bay Area is a dropout prevention program serving
15 campuses in Clear Creek and Dickinson ISDs.
Scott and Smith meet every other week to discuss
what is going on in the students’ lives. Recent topics of
the meeting were respect, proper handshakes, eye contact,
how to treat young ladies and more.
Wil Scott manages the Starbucks store across FM
2094 from Clear Creek Intermediate. Bert Smith is the
manager of the Starbucks across from Baybrook Mall.
“Wil Scott and Bert Smith have generously volunteered
their time and Starbucks coffee to help CIS students
improve their school experience and outlook on
life. They are dedicated to helping our students become
successful students and productive community members,”
says Priscilla Munoz, CIS program coordinator at
Clear Creek Intermediate.
In addition to these self-esteem meetings, Starbucks
has donated gift cards as incentives for CIS students
and coffee for teacher appreciation. More coffee is being
donated for the April 16 Keep Kids in School golf tournament
benefiting CIS’ program.
For more information on the dropout prevention program,
visit www.cisba.org.
Starbucks Manager Wil Scott shows Communities In
Schools-Bay Area students the art of the proper hand
shake.
Bert Smith, Starbucks manager, teaches Communities
In Schools-Bay Area students the value of eye contact
during a job interview.

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