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SF Summer Jobs+ is a city-wide summer program to help young adults (ages 16-24) find summer employment. The goal in 2014 is to provide 7,000 jobs and work opportunities! This initiative is a partnership between the City of San Francisco, United Way of the Bay Area, the Department of Children, Youth & Their Families, the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the San Francisco Unified School District, youth-serving nonprofits and the San Francisco business community.

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The Youth Employment Crisis…and our solution.

A new report from JP Morgan Chase finds that only 46% percent of young people who applied for summer job and internship opportunities in 2014 were able to find work. This highlights the importance of San Francisco Summer Jobs+ in combating the national youth employment crisis. Connecting young people to summer work opportunities, we bring the community

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Express Employment Professionals Hiring Event

Are you motivated to get a start in the restaurant industry? Come to the Express Employment Professionals Hiring Event! On January 23rd, Express Pros is hosting a hiring event for dishwasher and server positions paying $14 – $16 an hour. Please see details below and in the hiring event flier. Where: 1449 Webseter Street San Francisco, CA

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Join the #TalkYouthJobs State of the Union Campaign!

As you know, President Barack Obama’s 2015 State of the Union is Tuesday, Jan 20, and we’re hoping he’ll highlight the importance of youth employment in the speech. Even as America’s economy is in a slow, steady recovery, the youth employment rate has remained stubbornly high and the number of young people considered to be “disconnected”

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Partner Opportunities


PG&E Bright Minds Scholarship Program

Are you a motivated young person who wants some extra cash to pay for college? If so, the PG&E Bright Minds Scholarship program is looking for students like you. PG&E is awarding scholarships from $2,000 to $20,000 to high school graduates who attend or plan to attend college in California. To learn more, read about the program

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Alameda County Health Care Services Agency’s EMS Corps

Are you ready to start a career in health care? EMS Corps is a highly selective, rigorous academy that prepares youth who are from the community and ready to serve for careers in Emergency Medical Services. To learn more, please see their flyer and visit their website. If you have a High School Diploma or

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Bank of America Student Leaders Program

Are you a motivated young person who is ready to become a community leader? Bank of America’s Student Leaders Program can help connect you with resources and tools to grow as an individual and make communities better. Their nine week internship opportunity offers high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to connect with local non-profit

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Evergreen Lodge Internship Program

Would you like to spend the summer living around and in Yosemite National Park? Do you want to get a foothold in the hospitality world while also exploring the outdoors? If so, apply to The Evergreen Lodge’s Internship Program! The Program Work: 16-weeks of employment at Evergreen Lodge (bordering Yosemite National Park) in one of the

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Recreation & Parks Department Workreation Program

Workreation is a student youth employment and training program that is an integral part of the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department’s mentorship program. The program has been created for youth ages 14‐17 & will accept youth who do not turn 18 before June 1, 2015. Candidates selected will be awarded a position and assigned

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Partner Opportunities are external jobs and internships with Jobs+ partner organizations. To apply for a position listed in Partner Opportunities, please review the details and follow all included instructions.

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Thank you for choosing to support DCYF and the City of San Francisco as one of ten cities nationwide focused on developing education and career opportunities for urban youth.

Success Stories from Job Applicants

Summer Jobs+ Success

“Before I started working, I was very shy and soft spoken. After getting hired, I’ve become more comfortable. I’ve learned how to deal with unhappy and discouraging customers.”


“I used to be frightened by interviews and that hindered my progress finding a job. With the support of Summer Jobs+, I was able to work on my interview skills. I found an incredible job where I still work today.”


“I was able to get a paid summer internship at a real estate company and did so well that they hired me full-time. Now I am able to help my family.”

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“At each of my internships, my mentors wanted the best for me, pushing me to excel. I know that all the skills and other things I’ve learned are things I can take with me to college.”