OPPORTUNITIES

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Looking for other opportunities outside of JCYC Workhub? Check out our list of free resources from our partners and other community organizations.

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Program
Program Coordinator for Young Asian Women Against Violence
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Young Asian Women Against Violence (YAWAV)

YAWAV is a school year-long program that is committed to train and educate youth leaders on gender-based violence topics and prevention skills. Peer Leaders will have the opportunity to dive deeper into learning topics such as domestic & dating violence, sexual harassment & assault, un/healthy relationships, body image & self esteem, gender & sexuality and utilize their knowledge to go out and educate their peers.

Our program will run from September 2023 - May 2024. Meetings will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 5-6:30pm.

YAWAV offers quarterly stipend incentives for participation, extensive leadership experience, community building with other folks, and lots of fun. To apply, fill out the YAWAV application

San Francisco
Community Youth Center
Internship
Alonzo King LINES Ballet
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Alonzo King LINES Ballet is committed to providing project-based, meaningful work with a focus on career development for all interns.  Work with this world-renowned dance company as you develop the unique skills required of non-profit arts administration, including event planning and production, marketing and communications, program development and coordination, and community based dance education.  

Work alongside AKLB staff and personnel to gain hands-on experience in the daily operations of our vibrant Dance Center, Teen Program, LINES Training Program, Summer Program, Community Programs, and BFA at Dominican University Program.

San Francisco
LINES
Program
API Youth Leadership Council (APIYLC)
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API Youth Leadership Council (APIYLC) is a program within the Community Youth Center (CYC) of San Francisco. CYC provides education, leadership development, behavioral health, and intervention among other services to SF youth and their families. CYC works to empower young people to reach their highest potential as individuals and to develop a positive self/cultural identity.

APIYLC specifically aims to foster leadership qualities within Asian Pacific Islander (API) youth and empower them so that they can bring about change in the Asian Pacific American (APA) community. The program does so by challenging youth to engage in discourse that address social justice issues impacting the APA community. The program will also provide youth with experience and opportunities in volunteering, civic engagement, and community service. Our program goal is to help young people understand social justice theories and how to manifest them into praxis.

Presidio/Richmond
Community Youth Center
Program
Bayview Youth Advocates (BYA)
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BYA is a group of multicultural young people living or going to school in Bayview Hunters Point (District 10). BYA is committed to reducing violence and to creating harmony and understanding through outreach, education, and advocacy. Youth participate in weekly afterschool multicultural leadership workshops and volunteer in monthly community events. Through BYA, youth have the opportunity to share their voices in various spaces in the community and participate in decision-making processes that affect them and their families.

BYA will run from October 2023 - May 2024. Workshops are held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5pm - 6:30pm.

To apply, fill out the BYA application or reach out to the Program Coordinator, Nijah nijahl@cycsf.org

Bayview
Community Youth Center
Program
Clementine Collective
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Clementine Collective is a year long leadership program and support group at the Community Youth Center of San Francisco dedicated to the positive empowerment and development of Asian / Pacific Islander LGBTQIA+ youth and their allies in San Francisco. Clementine Collective participants learn about API and LGBTQIA+ identity, history, and culture, while creating community with other young people. Our goals are to strengthen the resilience, pride, knowledge, and skills of youth leaders so that we can educate others and build healthy communities.

Civic Center / Hayes Valley
Community Youth Center
Program
Program Coordinator
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The program includes academic support, college application support, leadership development, monthly workshops devoted to college admissions processes and social justice.

Supporting Transitions & Aspirations Mentorship Program (STAMP) supports Asian and Pacific Islander (API) high school sophomores and juniors in their transition to college and careers by pairing them with an adult mentor for monthly 1:1 guidance and support. The program includes college application support, college tours, leadership development, weekly workshops devoted to college admissions processes and financial literacy, and a service learning project. The program also focuses on leadership development and social justice. This program brings together youth from across the city and is excellent for API students who will be the first in their families to attend college.

Presidio/Richmond
Community Youth Center
Program
Program Coordinator for CYC Youth Justice Collective
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Students will learn how to build multiracial solidarity and address anti-AAPI hate, gender-based violence, violence against queer and trans communities. Through workshops and events, they will engage in community conversations, create curriculum, and facilitate cultivate agency and awareness in their peers. The Collective also offers workshops to the wider Bay Area community on a range of topics.

Civic Center / Hayes Valley
Community Youth Council
Internship
Enterprise Youth
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Enterprise offers high school youth with job-readiness training and paid internships. We have internships in the following sectors: healthcare, technology, art/architecture/design, financial and legal services, government and nonprofit, entrepreneurship, environmental stewardship, communications, and retail.

San Francisco
Enterprise for Youth
Scholarship
Awesome Fund Grant for Balboa High School Students Only
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Balboa students are eligible to apply to this year’s Awesome Fund Grant. This link covers expectations and an overview of the grant. The Awesome Fund provides registered high school clubs with financial support for projects that help students enhance their community, keep students involved in school, and/or provide students with a more meaningful educational experience. Students can apply for a grant of $100 to $1,000.

If there is any interest in applying, students should start to consider what kind of project would positively impact their club the most and how much funding they’ll need to get it started.

The application closes 10/23/2023 and no late applications will be accepted.

San Francisco
San Francisco Education Fund
Program
Coding Digital Art Camp for LGBT+ Youth and Allies
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Maven Youth is a nonprofit offering free summer camp programming for LGBT+ Youth in the Bay Area.

We collaborate with local youth-serving organizations/programs and LGBT+ tech professionals to provide Free Summer Tech Camps across the nation for queer and underrepresented youth between the ages of 14-19.

NO CODING EXPERIENCE NEEDED

San Francisco
Maven Youth
Internship
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San Francisco
OperationSTART
Internship
Alonzo King LINES Ballet
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Alonzo King LINES Ballet is committed to providing project-based, meaningful work with a focus on career development for all interns.  Work with this world-renowned dance company as you develop the unique skills required of non-profit arts administration, including event planning and production, marketing and communications, program development and coordination, and community based dance education.  

Work alongside AKLB staff and personnel to gain hands-on experience in the daily operations of our vibrant Dance Center, Teen Program, LINES Training Program, Summer Program, Community Programs, and BFA at Dominican University Program.

San Francisco
LINES
Internship
Enterprise Youth
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Enterprise offers high school youth with job-readiness training and paid internships. We have internships in the following sectors: healthcare, technology, art/architecture/design, financial and legal services, government and nonprofit, entrepreneurship, environmental stewardship, communications, and retail.

San Francisco
Enterprise for Youth
Part Time Job
Explainer
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Paid position at the Exploratorium. Engage visitors at exhibits, lead demonstrations, and run museum operations.

Please check the website for the official application deadline.

Fisherman's Wharf
Exploratorium
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Scholarship
2023 Koshland Young Leader Awards (KYLA)
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Candidates embrace a commitment to strengthening their families and communities despite facing formidable life challenges, such as economic and family responsibilities. Each year, 11 outstanding San Francisco Unified School District juniors are provided $10,000 each to fund tuition and/or education-related expenses.

San Francisco
San Francisco Foundation
Scholarship
Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund
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The Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund provides financial support for students who are active and emerging organizers in progressive movements for liberation, self-determination and social and economic justice in their communities. These need-based scholarships are awarded to students who are enrolled at a college or university or in a trade or technical program.

Applications are available in January of each year until April 1 and should be completed and submitted online.

San Francisco
Davis Putter
Scholarship
10,000 Degrees General Scholarship Application
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10,000 Degrees provides scholarships to individuals with significant financial need who exhibit a strong desire to go to college, and who have the perseverance necessary to graduate from college and accomplish their educational goals.

San Francisco
10,000 Degrees
Scholarship
Maisin Scholar Award
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Each year, the Maisin Scholar Award provides 75 high school seniors in SFUSD with as much as $3000 annually  so they can pursue higher education and open doors to their dreams. The scholarship can be renewed at the same initial rate for a maximum of $12,000 and is available to scholars for up to six years.

Our application opens on November 1, 2022, and will close on February 17, 2023.

San Francisco
Maisin Scholar Award
Scholarship
San Francisco Achievers
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Students attending a 4-year institution receive $4,500 per school year. Students attending a 2-year institution will receive up to $2,250 per school year until they transfer to a 4-year institution, at which time they will be eligible for the $4,500 award per school year. In addition to scholarships, scholars are matched with a mentor and have access to other resources designed to support them on their college journey and beyond. Once in college, scholarships can be renewed based on specific eligibility requirements.

San Francisco
San Francisco Achievers
Scholarship
10,000 Degrees Scholarship
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10,000 Degrees proudly provides scholarships to students with significant financial need who exhibit a strong desire to go to college and accomplish their educational goals. The majority of the scholarships we administer are available to students from the Bay Area regions we serve: Marin, Sonoma, San Francisco, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Napa, and Lake counties. By submitting the 10,000 Degrees Scholarships application, students automatically apply to ALL available scholarships currently administered through 10,000 Degrees based on your eligibility.

San Francisco
10,000 Degrees
Scholarship
The Outward Bound California Scholarship Program
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A diverse student group on an Outward Bound course (including racial, religious, economic, gender identity, and ability) encourages learning across differences, compassion for the strengths and challenges of their crewmates, and space to practice inclusion and leadership.

4 different summer scholarships available with various affinity focuses but at the heart of each program is the intention to empower compassionate leaders for the future.

San Francisco
Outward Bound
Scholarship
Hope SF Scholarship
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This scholarship is for students graduating high school or who are currently in college or trade school who live in Alice Griffith, Potrero Terrace  Annex,  Hunters View, or Sunnydale.

Application Due Friday, April 14, 2023- Winners will be Announced Friday, May 19, 2023  

San Francisco
Hope SF
Scholarship
Kindergarten to College
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Kindergarten to College is both automatic and universal. When a student enters kindergarten in San Francisco Unified School District, K2C automatically opens a deposit-only savings account in the child’s name at Citibank with a starter deposit of $50 in each account. There is no paperwork to fill out, and the program does not use social security numbers. For some families, their account with K2C is their only formal bank account with a financial institution.

San Francisco
K2C
Scholarship
Awesome Fund Grant for Balboa High School Students Only
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Balboa students are eligible to apply to this year’s Awesome Fund Grant. This link covers expectations and an overview of the grant. The Awesome Fund provides registered high school clubs with financial support for projects that help students enhance their community, keep students involved in school, and/or provide students with a more meaningful educational experience. Students can apply for a grant of $100 to $1,000.

If there is any interest in applying, students should start to consider what kind of project would positively impact their club the most and how much funding they’ll need to get it started.

The application closes 10/23/2023 and no late applications will be accepted.

San Francisco
San Francisco Education Fund
Program
Coding Digital Art Camp for LGBT+ Youth and Allies
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Maven Youth is a nonprofit offering free summer camp programming for LGBT+ Youth in the Bay Area.

We collaborate with local youth-serving organizations/programs and LGBT+ tech professionals to provide Free Summer Tech Camps across the nation for queer and underrepresented youth between the ages of 14-19.

NO CODING EXPERIENCE NEEDED

San Francisco
Maven Youth
Program
Mission Bit
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Mission Bit provides free after-school coding courses, workshops, and summer bootcamps to high school students from underserved and underrepresented communities.

San Francisco
Mission Bit
Program
FREE Youth Media Class
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Media classes for students to explore and create digital media, including filmmaking and graphic arts.

Bayview
Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts & Technology
Program
The Crew
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Part-time job for high school students with advanced skills in filmmaking or animation.

Please check the website for the official application deadline.

Bayview
Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts & Technology
Program
New Door Ventures Employment Program
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Paid internship offering skill building training, educational support, and case management.

Please check the website for the official application deadline.

San Francisco
New Door Ventures
Program
Workreation
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Summer positions for teens in day camps, rec centers, and parks.

San Francisco
San Francisco Recreation & Parks
Program
CREATE: Visual Arts Program
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Girls explore various art forms and digital platforms - using these mediums as mechanisms for healthy self-expression and activism.

San Francisco
Oasis for Girls
Program
ENVISION: Career Exploration
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Professional development, academic support workshops, and medical internship mentored by UCSF staff and Oasis' Program Manager.

San Francisco
Oasis for Girls
Program
RISE: Life Skills Program
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Builds girls’ proficiency in basic life skills, healthy decision-making, leadership, and knowledge of social systems, focused on women's rights and social justice.

San Francisco
Oasis for Girls
Program
Phoenix Project
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Services for youth and young adults who have experienced trauma or have felt unsafe in traditional programming and institutions.

Please check the website for the official application deadline.

Bayview
Hunter's Point Family
Support
FormsPal
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This is a resource for anyone that needs to understand a legal document or write a legal document without breaking the bank. These forms are free and simplified for the everyday person to understand what the form is about. Please be advised that you will have to create an account with them in order to access the documents that you created.

San Francisco
Forms Pal
Health
Wu Yee Children's Services
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Wu Yee is open and currently enrolling for on-site services for children and pregnant women at their Early Learning Centers, Family Child Care Centers, and Home Visiting services. Wu Yee believes nothing is more essential than excellent child care and education for all children. They partner with parents, organizations across San Francisco, and individuals who are willing to provide a network that strengthens and connects a diverse, resilient community around the children.

San Francisco
Wu Yee Children's Services
Health
Free and Confidential Teen Services
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MNHC offers sensitive, respectful and non-judgmental services that are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL for all young people of all genders from ages 12 to 21. At the Shotwell site there is a Teen Clinic area made just for youth. Bilingual services offered cover physical, mental, emotional, sexual and reproductive health. If you are a young person over the age of 12, you can register for services on your own.

The following Teen services are free and confidential at the Shotwell Clinic and Excelsior Clinic. Our main Teen Clinic is located at the Shotwell site, 240 Shotwell Street, San Francisco, CA.

  • Health Education
  • Family planning/counseling
  • Pregnancy tests
  • STI (sexually transmitted infections) check and treatment
  • Emergency contraception (“Morning After Pill”)
  • HIV tests and counseling
  • Mental health services: general counseling and referrals
  • Dental Referrals
Shotwell Teen Clinic Hours

Mondays and Thursdays 1:30 – 5pm; You can call to schedule an appointment or drop-in before 4pm.

Mission District / Excelsior 
Mission Neighborhood Health Center
Community Event
What's the T
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A community building group for trans & gender nonconforming youth 18 & under.

Join to meet other trans & nonconforming folks! All participants receive free snacks & a $20 gift card each session.

San Francisco
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