The Mayor’s Youth Employment and Education Program (MYEEP) is a collaborative of non-profit organizations that provide job readiness training, work experience, academic support, and personal development to San Francisco youth ages 14-16..
Our applications for school year youth employment opens today and closes 9/5.
San Francisco YouthWorks (YW) is a unique high school internship program that provides youth with paid work experience to develop their skills for work and promote interest in public service careers.
SF Summer Jobs+ is a city-wide summer program to help young adults (ages 16-24) find summer employment. Youth can apply for summer employment through SF this website.
All youth younger than age 18 must obtain a Work Permit before beginning paid employment.
SFUSD’s CTE program provides opportunities for high school students to explore & access high-wage, high-dem& careers, while preparing them for post-secondary education. Quality teaching & relationships with labor & business partners ensure students develop the skills needed to succeed in their post-secondary plan.
Search for programs that provide support in tutoring, help with homework, writing, and college applications.
Search for programs in the visual and performing arts, digital media, storytelling, theater, and video and music production.
Search for programs that offer training in management, business skills, customer service, and start-ups.
Search for programs that focus on making a positive change in the community and training youth to become advocates.
Search for programs that dive into specific cultures, traditions, histories, and people that make San Francisco so diverse.
School Health programs provide a broad range of programs at school sites from asthma to nutrition to foster youth services to tobacco education.
Wellness Centers based at each San Francisco High School help support students dealing with depression, bullying, gang violence, homelessness, drug abuse, trauma, questions about sexual orientation or gender identity, poverty, hunger or domestic violence.
Seven youth clinics exist throughout the city that provide confidential services (you don’t need parent/guardian permission) from emergency contraception to pregnancy tests to STI testing and treatment to sexual health exams.
MCAH promotes the health and well-being of women of childbearing age, infants, children, adolescents and their families. This site provides descriptions about the many resources for this population.
A state funded program known as the California Student Opportunity and Access program (Cal-SOAP). Our services focus on coordination, enhancement, and collaboration. We work closely with local school districts and higher education institutions to provide students from low-income or disadvantaged backgrounds the college access and financial aid information they need to enroll into college. Since 2001, SFCAC has been an education program administered through the Japanese Community Youth Council, who also acts as its fiscal agent.
This site provides the comprehensive source of student financial aid information, advice and tools -- on or off the web. It helps you understand the difference between grants, loans, scholarships, and other forms of financial aid for college.
Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. All students attending college must apply to qualify for federal grants and loans.
The California Dream Act allows undocumented and documented students who meet certain provisions to apply for and receive state-administered financial aid, university grants, and community college fee waivers and private scholarships funneled through public universities.
Hundreds of thousands of scholarships and fellowships from several thousand sponsors are awarded each year and this site helps you search through them.
Gateway to College is a program at City College of San Francisco that serves students between 16-20, who have dropped out of high school in San Francisco or may not graduate. Students take courses that help earn credit towards their high school diploma and a college degree or certificate at the same time.
The Youth Commission is a body of 17 San Franciscans between the ages of 12 and 23 responsible for advising the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor on policies and laws related to young people.
A resource website for transitional age youth (ages 16-24). Great source of information on employment, education, scholarship opportunities, housing, wellness, advocacy and recreation.
Through the Youth Empowerment FUnd, youth from all over San Francisco have the opportunity to apply for funding towards their youth-led projects, as well as participate in grant-making, program support and evaluation.
An information and support hotline and website for youth, run by youth.