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2018 Summer Resource Fair is Coming Up on March 10!

2018 Summer Resource Fair is Coming Up on March 10!

Come to the free Summer Resource Fair to learn about & sign up for 150 of SF's best summer camps, classes, and programs! Learn more

DCYF Releases Award Announcements for 2018-2023 Request for Proposals

DCYF Releases Award Announcements for 2018-2023 Request for Proposals

DCYF is pleased to announce the results of our 2018-2023 Request for Proposals and Request for Qualifications. Learn more

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2018 Summer Resource Fair is Coming Up on March 10!

Come to the free Summer Resource Fair to learn about & sign up for 150 of SF's best summer camps, classes, and programs!

DCYF Releases Award Announcements for 2018-2023 Request for Proposals

DCYF is pleased to announce the results of our 2018-2023 Request for Proposals and Request for Qualifications. DCYF funded 294 proposals from 151 agencies for a annual total of $75.4 million. We are excited to work with our new grantees to make San Francisco a great place to grow up!

Check Out Our Spring 2018 Technical Assistance & Capacity Building Calendar

DCYF and our Technical Assistance and Capacity Building partners are offering a wide variety of workshops, classes, and cohorts for our grantees. Visit the Technical Assistance and Capacity Building page to find out what we're offering, and to register for workshops, classes, and cohorts.

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Registration Open for Mayor's Youth Jobs+ Resource Fair

The annual Mayor's Youth Jobs+ Resource Fair will take place on Saturday, March 17 from 10am to 3pm. Youth ages 16-24 can work on their resumes, participate in mock interviews, attend workshops about job skills, learn about job training resources, and even get hired on the spot! The Fair is free to attend, but registration is required.

SF Human Rights Commission to Host Series of Equity Workshops

In honor of Black History Month, the SF Human Rights Commission will partner with the SF African American Historical Society, Project Level, and the African American Art & Culture Complex to host My Brothers/Sisters Keeper Equity Workshops, focused on changing the narrative around African American success. Workshops will take place from February 7 through 28. The workshops are free to attend but registration is required.

SFPUC Accepting Applications for Project Pull Summer Internship Program

The SF Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is accepting applications for the Project Pull program. Project Pull provides professional mentorship to highly motivated, promising high school students from the diverse communities within San Francisco. During the eight-week program, interns get a chance to explore careers in architecture, business, engineering and science by interning with a full-time City employees from various City departments. Applications are due February 26.

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