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BAYCAT Accepting Applications for After School Youth Media Classes

BAYCAT Accepting Applications for After School Youth Media Classes

Youth ages 11-18 are invited to apply for BAYCAT's (free!) Fall Youth Media Program! Classes include Digital Music Production, Filmmaking, and Graphic Arts & Animation.

Posted Date: 8/16/2017
SF CBOs: Take the City's Digital Inclusion Survey

SF CBOs: Take the City's Digital Inclusion Survey

The City’s Committee on Information Technology (COIT) is currently looking at ways to strengthen digital inclusion in San Francisco. To help COIT identify community-based organizations interested in or already offering technology programs, please fill out COIT's brief survey by Wednesday, September 6th.

Posted Date: 8/11/2017
Get Tickets for New Door Film Group Premiere

Get Tickets for New Door Film Group Premiere

On August 29 DCYF grantee New Door Ventures will host New Door Film Group Premiere, a showcase of films created by young people in their programs. Admission is free for youth!

Posted Date: 8/7/2017
Department of Public Health Releases TAY Behavioral Health Services RFQ

Department of Public Health Releases TAY Behavioral Health Services RFQ

The SF Department of Public Health/Behavioral Health Services invites single agency and multi-agency collaborations to apply to provide Behavioral Health Services within the Transition Age Youth (TAY) System of Care. Letters of Intent are due August 11, and applications are due August 30.

Posted Date: 8/4/2017
Children's Creativity Museum Free for EBT Famiiles

Children's Creativity Museum Free for EBT Famiiles

In conjunction with the Museums for All Initiative, families with an EBT card can get free admission to the Children's Creativity Museum any day at any time!

Posted Date: 8/4/2017
Register for Children's Council of SF's Family Fair

Register for Children's Council of SF's Family Fair

The City Kids Family Fair showcases many of the amazing early care and education programs and services available to San Francisco families. The Fair will also feature performances, photos with Elmo(!), and the first 500 families will receive free tote bags, books, and fresh produce!

Posted Date: 8/1/2017
SF Pathways to Citizenship to Host Free Citizenship Workshop

SF Pathways to Citizenship to Host Free Citizenship Workshop

SF Pathways to Citizenship Initiative is hosting a FREE Citizenship/Naturalization Workshop on Saturday, September 9. Attendees will receive FREE application review with an immigration attorney, assistance with review of the naturalization process, assessment of eligibility to naturalize, application preparations and documentation packaging, and more!

Posted Date: 7/31/2017
Youth Empowerment Fund Accepting Applications for School Year Mini-Grants

Youth Empowerment Fund Accepting Applications for School Year Mini-Grants

The Youth Empowerment Fund (YEF) awards $125,000 annually in mini-grants supporting projects initiated and led by youth citywide. If you have a great idea for a project, are under 18, and have an adult ally and a community-based organization to help with the financial side of things, YEF wants to hear from you! Applications are due September 1.

Posted Date: 7/31/2017
San Francisco Residents: Register for Free City College

San Francisco Residents: Register for Free City College

San Francisco is the first city in the U.S. to offer free college tuition! Beginning this fall, San Francisco residents can attend any of City College’s ten locations tuition-free. Registration for the Fall 2017 semester ends on August 18, and classes begin on August 19.

Posted Date: 7/5/2017
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