The San Francisco Youth Employment Coalition (YEC) is a membership agency with a mission to build city-wide relationships, maximize community resources, and advocate for the employment and retention of youth.
San Francisco Summer Jobs+ 2013
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Do you want to support young people in reaching their full potential and help build the next generation workforce?
The City of San Francisco, United Way of the Bay Area, The Department of Children, Youth & Their Families and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development are hosting Summer Jobs+, a city-wide program to put 6,000 youth to work.
MY Path™ RFP and Bidders Conference
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The San Francisco's Office of Financial Empowerment, the Department of Children, Youth and Their Families, and Mission SF are excited to announce a Request for Proposals for the Make Your Path (MY Path™) Program. Mission SF is recruiting 20 new sites for its nationally-recognized and highly successful MY Path program to help youth steer clear of check cashers and start saving for their futures. Participation in the program is free of cost.The full Request for Proposals, including site requirements and information on the application process, can be found here.Two bidders conference sessions will be held on Thursday, May 30th to provide interested agencies with more information. Benefits of the MY Path™ Program
Enrollment in the MY Path Restricted Savings Account, a youth-owned account with a $5 minimum balance requirement, restricted for the duration of your program to provide youth with a structured savings opportunity.
Support and technical assistance to establish direct deposit if your organization does not already have it in place for youth payments.
Up to $160 in incentives per youth, provided by Mission SF, for taking key financial steps, including setting and meeting a MY Path Savings Goal.
Increased financial knowledge, and significant personal savings, including up to 35% of wages/stipends earned, an average of $507 over a six‐month period.
Participants will also be able to dial in via conference call at 1-877-213-9444, conference ID #689399.
EARLY REGISTRATION PARTY for City College of San Francisco
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Graduating Seniors who intend to enroll at City College for Fall 2013 can register for classes early!
Tuesday, June 25, 2013 (2:30pm-7:30pm)
Registering early increases your chances of getting the classes you need.
RSVP AT http://earlyregistration.eventbrite.com AND SELECT THE LOCATION YOU PLAN TO ATTEND REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Must complete all steps of the matriculation process by June 13, 2013 in order to register early (Apply for Admissions, Placement Test, New Student Orientation, Meet with a CCSF counselor).
Please bring your CCSF ID and Initial Education Plan to the Registration Party.
SFUSD and City College counselors will be available to help with the registration process.
If you can’t make it to an Early Registration Party, please register for your classes on-line at www.ccsf.edu, click on MyCCSF and connect to your Web4 account.
Professional Development Forum: "Getting All Students Career Ready"
On behalf of Bridge to Success and the San Francisco Youth Employment Coalition, we would like to invite you to a free professional development forum bringing together counselors, Career Technical Education Staff and community providers to focus on Getting All Youth Career Ready. This forum will be held on Monday, May 13th, from 4:00 - 7:00pm at Ocean Campus of City College of San Francisco, Multiuse Building Room 140.
This event will provide an overview of current programs and strategies available through SFUSD and City College, as well as effective strategies used by youth workforce programs to partner with schools and help students stay on track to graduate.
Pre-registration is required. Please click HEREto register.
Bridge to Success is a partnership between the City and County of San Francisco , San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), City College of San Francisco (CCSF), San Francisco State University, San Francisco School Alliance, San Francisco Education Fund and our community, with generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.