Your agency is part of history in San Francisco: the first generation of DCYF grantees to receive funding following the reauthorization
of the Children and Youth Fund. The DCYF staff and I respect and appreciate the time, effort, and resources that your agency dedicated
to becoming a DCYF grantee, and we extend to you a very warm welcome to the DCYF Family!
In order to ensure that your agency has the information you need to understand the processes and procedures that will impact your
funding, all of our grantees will participate in a series of New Grantee Orientation Sessions.
DCYF designed the New Grantee Orientation Sessions using the following four Guiding Principles:
- Establishing Our Partnership. We consider your agency a full partner in our mission to provide all children and
youth the opportunities and resources that will help them reach their full potential.
- Setting Up Your Agency for Success. We understand that high quality programming is bolstered by the strength
of the agency providing it. The New Grantee Orientation will include programmatic-focused sessions
by service area and a fiscally-focused session that will help your agency understand what to expect
as a DCYF grantee and set up the work we will do together.
- Building Relationships. Our shared work leverages the relationships that your agency has with the DCYF staff.
Establishing, maintaining, and nurturing our relationships with each other will have the effect of yielding
better results for the children, youth, and families we will serve.
- Planning for the Future. Unanticipated needs during the funding cycle are likely to arise, and we must be agile
enough to make necessary adjustments. We plan to share insight and guidance that will help your agency
and our staff to know what we need to do in order to successfully conduct our work.
DCYF is excited to have you as a part of 2018-23 portfolio of grantees! Together we will provide services that will strengthen the lives
of children, youth, Transitional Age Youth, their families, and the people who serve them. Our powerful investment in services for our
children and youth throughout their development will make San Francisco an even greater place to grow up. I look forward to working with
you on this mission.
Maria Su, Psy.D
Here are the documents distributed during the February 23, 2018 OST new grantee training and orientation sessions for the Beacon Community School and Comprehensive Year-Round and Summer Learning strategies.
Here are the documents distributed during the Wednesday, March, 17 2018 ELS new grantee training and orientation sessions for
the Arts and Creative Expression; Identity Formation; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM); Service Learning; Sports and Physical Activity; Youth Leadership, Engagement and Organizing; and Youth-Led Philanthropy strategies.
Here are the documents distributed during the Wednesday, March, 17 2018 YWD new grantee training and orientation sessions for the Career Awareness, High School Partnerships, Youth Workforce Development (YWD), Mayor's Youth Employment and Education Program (MYEEP) and San Francisco YouthWorks (SFYW) strategies.
Here are the documents distributed on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 from 9:30AM - 11:30AM and 1:00PM - 3:00PM for the ES new grantee training and orientation sessions focused on Academic Supports and Literacy Supports strategies. The Alternative Education strategy training and orientation session will be held on Thursday, March 15, 2018 from 9:30AM - 11:30AM and 1:00PM - 3:00PM at DCYF, 1390 Market Street, Suite 900 in the Mint conference
Here are the documents distributed on Thursday, March 15, 2018 from 9:30AM - 11:30AM and 1:00PM - 3:00PM for the Mentorship new grantee training and orientation sessions hosted at DCYF, 1390 Market Street, Suite 900 in the Mint
The JS new grantee training and orientation sessions will be hosted at DCYF, 1390 Market Street, Suite 900 in the Mint conference
room on Monday, March 19, 2018 from 9:30AM - 11:30AM for the Young Adult Court strategy, Friday, March 23,
2018 from 1:00PM - 3:00PM for the Cultural Programming, Detention-Based Services, Girls' and Young Women's Programming and