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Job Opportunities

Paid Retail Job with This Way Ahead!

Enterprise for Youth is now recruiting for our 2017 This Way Ahead Program, a retail training and on-the-job experience in partnership with Gap Inc.

 

In the This Way Ahead Program, youth are:

  • Paid $125 to attend a 5-week retail specific Job Readiness Training, “TWA Retail Power Camp”, from April to the first week of May, facilitated by Gap Inc. Managers and Employees
  • Guaranteed an interview in May for an exclusive 10-week paid on-the-job experience in Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic stores in San Francisco from June through August

 

After the guaranteed interview selected youth are:

  • Paid to participate in the exclusive 10-week on-the-job experience in Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic stores in San Francisco from June through August (participants are paid minimum wage and work at least 12 hours per week)
  • Eligible to access their 50% employee discount to use at any Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic or Athleta locations and online
  • Receive one-on-one coaching from Enterprise for Youth Job Coaches
  • Eligible to continue employment at their Gap, Old Navy or Banana Republic stores at the end of their 10 week on-the-job experience

 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Be interested in Fashion, Retail, Customer Services or wanting to earn money
  • Ages 16 – 24 (applicants need to 16 years of age or older by May 8th 2017)
  • Must be able to attend ONE workshop per week from April to first week of May
  • Submit a TWA Application
  • Current Resume

 

TWA Application Website à http://tinyurl.com/twa2017

 

Applications for the TWA Program is due on March 24th 2017 by 5PM, and the TWA Retail Power Camp starts the week of April 3rd 2017. This is a great opportunity for any youth who have been disconnected from work or are facing barriers to employment. Attached you will find flyers for the TWA program.

MYEEP, summer employment!

The Mayor’s Youth Employment and Education Program (MYEEP) is a collaborative of non-profit organizations that provides workforce development to youth in 11 different neighborhoods in San Francisco.

Our mission is to provide job readiness training, work experience, academic support, and personal development to San Francisco youth challenged in their attempt to access employment.

 

Deadline: April 7, 2017

 

Website: http://www.myeep.org/

 

Application sent to your School Loop

San Francisco YouthWorks is hiring for Summer 2017!

San Francisco YouthWorks

is Hiring for Summer 2017!!!

 

Application Deadline:

April 7th , 2017 before 5pm 


San FranciscoYouthWorks is a unique high school internship program that exposes youth to public service careers while building job readiness skills in a supportive environment. SF YouthWorks offers PAID internships (minimum wage-$13.00/hr) in various city government departments, including but not limited to:

 

SFO

Library 

SF Recreation and Park

City Attorney's Office

Department of Public Health

Department of Public Works

SFMTA

 

And more!

 

Eligibility Requirements 

 

  • Entering the 11th or 12th grade for the 2017-2018 school year 
  • Live in San Francisco 
  • Able work at least 16 hours per week, Monday—Friday between 9am and 5pm 
  • Commit to participate for the entire summer session June- July
  • Be able to present original documents to work in the U.S.

 

Applications will be released online on March 13th, 2017 at www.sfyouthworks.org.

 

Please feel free to contact SF YouthWorks at 415-202-7951

or email sparms@jcyc.org with questions or

to schedule an application workshop with a group of 10 or more.

Visit www.sfyouthworks.org for more details. 

Photography Job!

 

 

Do you Love Photography?

Do you like to make some extra income while taking photos of people?

Do you like exploring different parts of the city?

If yes, you should check us out.

 

We are Mammarrazzi, a creative street photography company based in downtown San Francisco. We are looking to hire photographers of ALL LEVELS.

No formal training is necessary. You don't need to be a pro photographer to apply.

You must have your own camera, preferably a DSLR. We provide necessary training and mentor program to teach you the skills you need to succeed in this job.

This work opportunity is rare as it is:

1. Accessible, not requiring lengthy training or education.
2. Engaging, interesting, creative.
3. Rewarding financially.
4. Flexible, allowing you to pursue other goals, interests and passions. (You can work as much or as little as you wish and can have flexible hours to accommodate your other jobs and projects.)


For an in depth description of this opportunity, please visit www.mammarrazzi.com and click on Become Our Photographer. You can apply on the Apply Now page on the website.

 

If you have any questions, please contact us at info@mammarrazzi.com.

 

SF Parks and Recs

Looking for a job this summer?! You need to apply now!

SF Parks and Recs have multiple jobs available to high school students!

Do not miss out on these great (paid) learning opportunities!

 

To apply:

http://sfrecpark.org/about/jobs/

Enterprise for High School Students

The mission of Enterprise for High School Students is to engage and empower San Francisco Bay Area high school students to discover career opportunities and cultivate their individual interests through training, guidance, and employment experiences in a diverse and supportive learning environment.

 

 

Info Session Sign-Up: https://enterpriseforyouth.formstack.com/forms/pathways_info_session_signup

 

Online Application: https://enterpriseforyouth.formstack.com/forms/pathways_application

Job Opportunity: Swim Teacher

Fun and Flexible                              

 

La Petite Swim Schools is Hiring Swim Teachers now!

La Petite Baleen Swim Schools is looking for qualified individuals who want to work at our swim school in the Presidio. 

Do YOU want to make a difference in the life of a child? Do you love kids? Do you like to swim? Then this is the job for you! You will learn our award-winning curriculum and teach your students the most important life skills through swim lessons.

We operate all year round and this is a perfect job for students, athletes, seekers of part-time employment, etc. We train, so no prior swim teaching experience is required. 

If interested please send a resume that includes work experience and availability (must be able to work weekends) and email it to
sherry@swimlpb.com or go to www.swimlpb.com and apply online. 

We look forward to hearing from you!

Swim Teachers ($16-$28/hour)

  • Must be over the age of 16
  • Swimming experience a plus
  • Experience working with children (2 months to adult) in an instructional setting a plus
  • Able to attend in and out of water training sessions (4-5 weeks, about 10 hours per week)
  • Paid training provided/no experience needed
  • Strong communication skills

La Petite Baleen benefits include:

  • Full medical benefits (30+ hours a week)
  • Vacation and sick pay (based on hours worked)
  • Free swim lessons for your kids if you work 16+ hours per week or 50% if working lets then 16 hours per week
  • Paid Training
  • Retirement
  • Company parties
  • Employee recognition programs
  •  
  • Regular raises
  • Opportunity for advancement
  • Opportunity to build a wide variety of skills

 

No phone calls please 

 

MYEEP!

Looking for a job? Join MYEEP!!!

 

MYEEP application is open!

visit www.myeep.org

 

Application is due September 9th 2016

 

To be eligible:

Resident of San Francisco

Currently enrolled in 9th or 10th grade

Pathways Career Ahead Program at Enterprise for Youth

“Now accepting applications! Pathways Career Ahead Program at Enterprise for Youth!

Pathways is a 9-week job-readiness program for high school and GED students in San Francisco:

● Learn how to get and keep a job

● Gain interview skills through mock interviews

● Workshops that focus on resume and cover letter building, interviews, money management, and career exploration

● Internships at Gap, Old Navy, or Banana Republic

● Summer Internships and jobs

● Apply to short-term jobs

 

Sign-up for an Info Session at:

enterpriseforyouth.org/programs/pathways

For more info, email info@ehss.org or call (415) 392 7600 ext. 1

 

Hiring Swim Teachers

Do you want to make a difference? 

 

La Petite Swim Schools is Hiring Swim Teachers now!

La Petite Baleen Swim Schools is looking for qualified individuals who want to work at our swim school in San Francisco. 


Do YOU want to make a difference in the life of a child? Do you love kids? Do you like to swim? Then this is the job for you! You will learn our award-winning curriculum and teach your students the most important life skills through swim lessons.

We operate all year round and this is a perfect job for students, athletes, seekers of part-time employment, etc. We train, so no prior swim teaching experience is required. 

We want candidates who have can commit to scheduled shift(s) for 6 months to 1 year and it’s important that our employees have consistency with their shifts and dedication to their work for the children!

If interested please send a resume that includes work experience and availability (must be able to work weekends) and email it to shannonh@swimlpb.com or go to
www.swimlpb.com and apply online. 

We look forward to hearing from you!

Swim Teachers ($15-$27/hour)

  • Must be over the age of 16
  • Swimming experience a plus
  • Experience working with children (2 months to adult) in an instructional setting a plus
  • Able to attend in and out of water training sessions (4-5 weeks, about 10 hours per week)
  • Strong communication skills

No phone calls please 

New Door Ventures

The information session is the first step to being accepted to New Door. They host information sessions every Tuesday at 10:30 am and every Thursday at 4:00 pm for young adults (ages 17-24) interested in our employment opportunities. All youth who make it ON TIME to the information session are invited to take an application and schedule a one-on-one interview with one of our case managers. After the info session and an interview, youth are required to complete a few other follow ups so it is advised that they come a couple weeks before the start of a cohort to track with us but it is never a bad time for youth to attend the Info Session!
 
New Door youth interns receive an hourly wage (12.25), a monthly Clipper card, and on-going educational and case management support while engaged at New Door.  Please contact Grace Reinhalter at (415) 857-9412 if you have general questions about the programs. 
 
Check your School Loop email for application and more info.

Mission Technies! For 17-24 y/o

MEDA'S FREE MISSION TECHIES PROGRAM IS YOUR ANSWER TO A HIGH-PAYING JOB IN TECH!
 
In this FREE 12-week training program, 17- to 24-year-old participants learn IT essentials of hardware, software, networking and coding, plus how to provide tech support to low-income families.
 
Graduates of the FREE program receive a $500 stipend, job-readiness training, professional skills, ongoing placement, retention services, college prep and knowledge of how to enroll in post-secondary education. We have placed young adults in the following companies just to name a few: Comcast, Facebook, Google, Twitter, jones IT, doubledutch, echoTS, SFUSD.
 
Spring session starts April 18th!
 
Application:

http://medasf.org/programs/mission-techies/

 
 

ITC Medical Supplies

Are you looking for a job?

ITC Medical Supplies on Geary Blvd is hiring!

 

Some responsibilities include:

  • Filing
  • Answering phone calls
  • Completing deliveries
  • Customer service

 

If you're interested please contact Ileena at 512-605-7963 to schedule your interview. You can also email her at izakiyan@yahoo.com

SF YouthWorks

SUMMER 2016
Priority Application Deadline: April 08, 2016 before5pm! 


San FranciscoYouthWorks is a unique high school internship program designed to expose youth to public service careers and build job readiness skills in a supportive environment. SF YouthWorks offers: PAID internships in City Government ($12.25-13.00/hr), interns can work up to 20 hours a week of during the 2016 Summer session (June -August).  

 

2016 Summer Program Eligibility Requirements:

 

-  Entering the 11th or 12th grade for the 2016/2017 school year 

-  Live in San Francisco 

-  Be able to work at least 16 hours per week, Monday—Friday between 9am and 5:00pm 

-  Commit to participate June - August and will not miss more than a week of work

-  Be able to present original documents to meet YouthWorks' requirements 

   Required documents are:

o   Social Security (must be original and signed) 

o   Picture ID (CA ID, School ID, Passport, etc.)

o   Proof of Age (if ID does not list birth date) Valid Permanent Residents 
/ Alien Card (if applicable)
                   

Application Attached

&

Online at www.sfyouthworks.org OR 2012 Pine St. 2nd flr.
 

Priority Application Deadline: April 08, 2016 before5pm! 
 

Please feel free to contact SF YouthWorks at (415) 202-7913
or email us at info@sfyouthworks.org if you have any questions or request
to schedule an application workshop with a group of 10 or more
.

Visit www.sfyouthworks.org for more details

MYEEP Application!

In 1991, the Mayor’s Youth Employment & Education Program (MYEEP) was organized as a collaborative of neighborhood based agencies that provides valuable subsidized work experience to San Francisco high school aged youth who face significant barriers to employment. Since our inception, we have had the pleasure of serving over 25,000 youth in the city.

As a collaborative of non-profit organizations, we provide services to youth at 11 different neighborhoods in San Francisco. Our mission is to provide job readiness training, work experience, academic support, and personal development to San Francisco youth challenged in their attempt to access employment.

In addition to work experience, our program provides support to youth as they transition towards successful adulthood by strengthening their understanding of the connection between employment and education as well as the responsibility of adults to contribute positively to society.

 

To apply visit www.myeep.org

 

Deadline: April 8, 2016

Museum Ambassadors at de Young Museum

Museum Ambassadors are SFUSD high school students who represent the Museums to San Francisco youth and seniors. They make outreach visits to community groups and lead a presentation and art activity that relates to works in the museum. They also lead tours at the de Young.

 

Hours and location: The program will last from June 28 to August 12, 2016. Museum Ambassadors work Tuesday through Friday, 9:30am - 2:30pm, for a total of 20 hours a week. Must be available the whole summer in order to be considered for this position. There is no vacation time allowed, no exceptions.

 

Museum Ambassadors are paid $12.25/hr and July 1st paid rate will increase to $13/hr.

 

Pick up and application at the College Center.

Application deadline: Tuesday, March 31st by 5pm.

 

Dental Office of Dr. Ma is hiring a part-time office assistant!

San Francisco Richmond District Dental Office of Dr. Ma is hiring!

 

Looking for high school students (11th and 12th grade) in good academic standing.

This job involves office clerical, reception, and computer work.

No experience necessary but some basic computer skills are required.

Must have good organizational skills, high energy, good work ethics and be punctual.

 

Big PLUS if you are bilingual in Chinese.

 

One position available. Hours: Tuesday and Thursday afterschool, and Saturday. More hours in the summer.

 

To apply call 415-386-1314

Michael T.C. Ma DDS

4216 California Street, #150

San Francisco, CA

Summer Job Opportunity: The Pacific Leadership Institute

The Pacific Leadership Institute operates the Fort Miley Ropes Course, and our summer teen employment program "Youth Lead!" is designed to help Bay Area youth excel as leaders and young professionals in their community through meaningful work at the Fort Miley Adventure Challenge Course, outdoor adventure trips, and a series of professional  and leadership development workshops covering topics from game leadership to resume building. After the program has ended PLI provides extended leadership opportunities throughout the year.

 

See your School Loop email for flyer and application.

Enterprise for High School Students

Enterprise for High School Students will be launching the next cycle of their Pathways Career Ahead Program starting Tuesday, February 16th, 2016! 

 

If you want to be trained in job skills and find paying jobs, then attend any ONE of our Information Sessions at 4:30pm from 1/25 - 1/29. 

 

To sign up for an Information Session and learn about the application process, you can:

  • Sign up at ehss.org/signup
  • Call EHSS at 415.392.7600 ext. 304
  • OR, email Meghan, msmith@ehss.org 

SF YouthWorks!

SF YouthWorks is accepting intern applications for the 2015-2016 school year session until January 15th, 2016. We encourage youth to apply as soon as possible since we have a limited amount of positions available and applications will be reviewed as they come in. YouthWorks interns will work up to ten hours per week until May, and will be paid $12.25 per hour.

Applicants must be in the 11th or 12th grade, live and attend school in San Francisco, be interested in exploring a career in government, and have the ability to work at least 6 hours per week after school. Youth gain important work experience while learning about careers in public service.

Online application at:

https://jcycworkforce.formstack.com/forms/ywfall2015_copy

This Way Ahead is a 14-week job readiness training program

This Way Ahead is a 14-week job readiness training program for high school and GED students in San Francisco. Once students have completed the training phase of the program they are eligible to apply for exclusive paid internships at Gap and Old Navy stores.

 

During the training phase of This Way Ahead students will:

·       Attend workshops to learn about professionalism, workplace expectations, develop their communication skills and build self-confidence

·       Receive expert customer service training from Gap, Old Navy, and Banana Republic managers

·       Create an employment portfolio including a resume, cover letter, reference sheet sample application and a resignation letter

·       Meet individually with their job counselor to receive support

·       Received a $100 stipend every month and a free monthly Muni Pass

·       Become members of Enterprise and have access to our year-round job bank & 3 paid summer programs

·       Receive a free savings account and earn $$$ bonuses in money management incentives

Information Sessions are happening on Tuesdays and Fridays throughout October. Interested youth should call 415-392-7600 ext. 311 to sign up for an Information Session at www.ehss.org/twasignup


Since there is the possibility of employment with Gap, Inc., we are only able to accept students who will be 16 years of age by April 1st, 2016 and with documentation of their legal right to work in the US. 

MYEEP is accepting applications.

Are you between the ages of 14 – 17, a resident of San Francisco & looking for an internship during the school year?

MYEEP is now accepting applications for our 2015 – 2016 internship program. Please follow the link below to fill out an application online, download and print the PDF or pick up a copy at any of our 11 different locations across San Francisco.

*Please note that if you fill out an online application, additional documents need to be turned in to your agency of preference before your application is considered complete.

Applications Due Sept 11, 2015

 

https://jcycworkforce.formstack.com/forms/untitled_form_2

http://www.myeep.org/apply-2/

Job Opportunity for 11th and 12th grade students!

The Richmond District Beacon Center is looking to hire 25 Youth Program Assistants for their after-school program with elementary and middle school students!

TO APPLY CONTACT:
Caelie Ericksen-Stark at the
Richmond Village Beacon at
Washington High School located in Bungalow T3 or call (415) 750-8554

Summer Jobs Resource website

 

§  Students seeking information about summer jobs program can go to: http://sfsummerjobs.org/youth/ 

Enterprise for High School Students

To participate in the EHSS Pathways Career Ahead Program this Summer, June 1 - August 7, you must attend ONE of the information sessions.

 

Sign up now! Online at ehss.org/signup

Call: 415-392-7600 ext 1

Email: alee@ehss.org

 

Location: 200 Pine Street, 6th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94104

Metro Locksmiths is hiring!

Metro Locksmiths, Inc

2045 Divisadero Street

San Francisco, CA 94115

Telephone: 415-673-5050   Fax: 415-673-0653

Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30-5 and Saturday 9-2

 

Want to learn a trade that you will be able to use for a lifetime?

 

Here at Metro Locksmiths, we are looking for some part time employees that are interested in learning a trade. We are a family owned company that has been in business since 1988.

 

We will provide training including how to, but not limited to; rekeying, servicing locks, picking locks, cutting keys, assisting with in shop projects as well as venturing out to complete jobs on your own.

 

Requirements:

-Must be 17 or older

-Minimum 8 hours a week

-Must be able to carry a 30lb toolbox

-Need to have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record

-Speaking a second language is also a plus, not required

-Pass a pre-employment drug test

 

We will provide:

-Tools

-Vehicle

-Uniform

 

Pay:

$13 per hour for locksmith trainee

 

If you are interested please contact me by the email or by phone:

E-Mail: Send me an email with the subject line being “P/T Locksmith.” In the email include a contact number and a good time to be reached, and why you are interested in the job. If you have a resume please attach it, but it is not necessary. Metrodispatcher@yahoo.com

 

Phone: You can also contact me by calling (415) 609-1004 and ask for Sharon.

 

 

The Summer Youth Academic and Employment Program

The Summer Youth Academic and Employment Program (SYAEP) is a five week summer program specifically for rising 10th and 11th grade high school students attending a SFUSD summer school site. The program is designed to enhance the academic skills set of youth in need of academic support.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: First day of instruction June 10, 2015
For any additional questions please email syaepjobs@gmail.com

 

The application and flyer was sent to your School Loop email.

Summer Adventure Camp for Kids

Are you interested in working with elementary students this summer? Summer Adventure Camp for Kids might be the perfect fit for you!

The three available positions for high school students are Senior Counselor (at least 18 years old), Junior Counselor (at least 16 years old) and Volunteer (all high school students).

 

If you have any questions please contact Genevieve Chan (415) 608-1984, email SACKPersonnel@gmail.com

The application was sent to your School Loop email.

MYEEP is accepting applications.

Interested in working in the summer? Apply for MYEEP!!!

 

http://www.myeep.org/

 

Deadline: Friday, April 10th.

 

SF Youth Commission

www.sfgov.org/yc

The Youth Commission is a body of 17 San Franciscans between the ages of 12 and 23. Created by the voters under a 1995 amendment to the City Charter, the commission is responsible for advising the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor on policies and laws related to young people. The Youth Commission is also charged with providing comment and recommendation on all proposed laws that would primarily affect youth before the Board takes final action.  You can read more about the Youth Commission here.

What's New?

 

Become a 2015-2016 Youth Commissioner!

Are you a young person age 12-23 living in San Francisco? Want to help advise the Mayor and Board of Supervisors on how to help young people thrive in our city? Consider becoming a youth commissioner! The 2015-2016 term begins in late August. Applications are open now until April 20, 2015 and can be downloaded here (PDF). Please call our office to discuss your interest and learn more! We are looking forward to hearing from you! (415) 554-6446

Let's extend voting rights to 16 and 17 year olds in San Francisco!

Youth Commissioners adopted a resolution in January 2015, urging to include 16 and 17 year olds in school district and municipal elections. Want to get involved in the Vote16 effort? Contact our office to learn more and get involved! (415) 554-6446

Applications

Youth Commission applications for the 2015-2016 term are now open and until April 20, 2015 and can be downloaded. If you have questions, please call our office at (415) 554-6446.

www.sfgov.org/yc

MTC Summer High School Internship

Deadline to Apply is EXTENDED to Sunday, March 22, 2015!

MTC Summer High School Internship opportunities are available throughout the 9 Bay Area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Sonoma.

We welcome students of all abilities to apply to the jobs available in his/her county. Find the internship opportunities and submit an online application before the deadline.

NOTE: Schools preferring to send the student recommendation letters directly to us, please send it to InternCoordinator@mtc.ca.gov or by fax at 510-817-5848.

 

Find Internship Opportunities and Submit an Online Application

APPLICATION PROCESS

  1. Complete online application (if you do not have the latest web browser installed you may not be able to attach documents properly) by selecting and applying to the internship opportunities listed by county.
  2. Attach a one-page letter (.doc or .pdf) that describes in your own words a transportation problem in your community and explains what you think could be done to help resolve the problem. When attaching document, select "Transportation Letter" as Attachment Type.
  3. Attach one letter of recommendation from a teacher, principal, counselor, religious leader, or employer (two letters are required if GPA is below 2.8).

NOTE: You are basically creating an account, creating an application, selecting a position to apply for and attaching your application to the position and attaching required documents for that position (Transportation Letter & Recommendation Letter).

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Each year MTC sponsors a High School Internship Program. The purpose of the program is to introduce high school students (in the 10th, 11th or 12th grade) to career opportunities in the field of transportation, to show them how public transportation agencies play an overall part in the community, county, and regional transportation operations, and to provide MTC’s transportation partners (such as traffic engineers at city and county public works departments or planners at transit agencies) with assistance.

The program was conceived of by MTC's Minority Citizens Advisory Committee to encourage young people who might not otherwise consider a career in transportation to do so. Students of all races and ethnic backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

http://jobs.mtc.ca.gov/InternshipOpportunities/HighSchoolInfo/highschoolintern.html

Enterprise for High School Students

Enterprise for High School Students will be launching the next cycle of their Pathways Program starting Monday, June 1, 2015! If you want to be trained in job skills and find paying jobs, then attend any ONE of our Information Sessions at 4:30pm from May 1 - May 8. Sign up at ehss.org/signup, call EHSS at 415.392.7600 ext. 1 or email An Duc at alee@ehss.org to sign up for an Info Session and to learn more about the program and application process.

Youth Resource Fair

RSVP for our Youth Resource Fair

http://sfsummerjobs.org/youth-resource-fair-april-11th/

If you are a San Francisco youth aged 16-24, you can sign up for our upcoming Youth Resource Fair on Saturday, April 11, 2015. Not only will we help get you more job-ready, practice interviewing and review your resume, but you could interview with top employers like Starbucks, Target, Levi’s and more! To learn more, read below and check out the event flyer.

 If you are an i ndividuals and community partner interested in volunteering at our youth resource fair, please view our volunteer flyer.

Youth Resource Fair FAQs:

How do I sign up?

When & where is the event?

April 11th from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Moscone Center South
747 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA

What do I do the day of the Youth Resource Fair?

  • Go to Moscone Center South on April 11th. Make sure to arrive at the time you select during registration.
  • Dress to impress. Also bring your resume and interview skills.

What activities will be offered at the Youth Resource Fair?

  • Job Interviews
  • Mock Interviews
  • Resume coaching
  • Job Search Help

Can I bring a friend?

Yes, but make sure they are qualified and plan to participate in the day, too. Tell them to:
1. Make sure they Register in advance

2. Share this information with them so they know what to wear, bring and do!

What can I do to get ready?

After you sign up for an event time, visit sfsummerjobs.org to connect with a Doorway organization and get ready. Our Doorways can help you brush up your resume and practice interviewing before the event.

How do I dress for the Youth Resource Fair?

Dress like you are going to a job interview.
Do wear: slacks, dress, low and comfortable heels or flats, tie, collared or button-down shirt, etc.
Don’t wear: baggy pants, shorts, sunglasses, baseball cap, flip-flops, low-cut or midriff blouse, heels higher than 3″, sweatshirt or T-shirt with slogans or brands, etc.

What should I bring?

Bring your resume – on paper and electronically too (email it to yourself or bring it on a flash drive). It will be your ticket to the best activities of the day.

What will I learn at the fair?

Workshops will include Dress to Impress, Interview Coaching, Communications skills, and others.

How can I get help with my resume before the fair?

Get assistance in our resume lab. Meet with community agencies who will have programs to help you get work ready. Finally, get feedback from employers who will help you figure out what you need to do to be an attractive candidate for their company.

Will I get to interview for jobs?

We will offer job interviews at the event. To claim your interview spot, visit one of the Doorway organizations listed at sfsummerjobs.org/resources/doorways-2/. You can also create a profile in our online job search system, giving you access to the all the jobs available in the Summer Jobs + program.

Will I get to meet with employers?

Yes. Interviews with employers will last about 15 minutes each. There will also be practice interviews offered at the event.

How long should I be there?

The whole experience of workshops and meeting with employers will take 1.5 to 2.5 hours. Make sure to arrive for the time on your ticket!

What about criminal records and drug tests?

We have great community agencies on hand that can work with youth with records. Many employers are willing to give youth a chance if they can show they are responsible and willing to work. Many – but not all – employers demand drug tests when you are hired. Please note that many drugs, including marijuana, can be tested in your system for 30 days.

 

CTE SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

CTE SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Applications Due: Friday, April 10, 2015

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

• Be a current sophomore or junior enrolled at a SFUSD high school

• Be able to commit to the entire summer session (June 8 – July 15)

• Not need to make up more than one academic class during summer school

• Have a social security card and be able to provide proof of age documentation.

SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM ACCEPTANCE

§ Students who are admitted into the summer internship program will be notified via email. In that

email, students will receive information about their internship placement, orientation, and any

additional documentation needed for hiring purposes.

§ Students who are admitted will need to attend Human Resources (HR) Day in order to complete

all necessary hiring paperwork

FINANCIAL COMPENSATION

Students will be paid $1000 (before taxes and deductions) for their participation in the CTE Summer

Internship Program. Students who successfully complete the program and submit all required

documentation will be paid by direct deposit or a bank card.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS CHECKLIST

❏ CTE Student Application

❏ Career Goals Essay

❏ Work-Permit Application

❏ Social Security Card – Submit Photocopy

❏ Proof of Age Documentation (one from the following): California ID or Driver’s License, Birth

Certificate, or Passport – Submit Photocopy

❏ Current High School Report Card (get this from your counselor)

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8ya1FmvvQofNzBTajFNcU54NHc/view

 

Send complete applications to:

SFUSD Career Technical Education

San Francisco, CA 94121

750 25th Avenue

 

For information contact DarleneCárdenas at cardenasd@sfusd.edu
415-­‐379-­‐7769

Join Our Team at SFPUC

sfwater.org/careers

 

· Employment opportunities

· Internships for youth & adults

· Apprenticeships and pre-apprenticeship programs

· Youth employment programs and partnerships

SFPUC believes investing in the development of local workers and local small businesses strengthens our communities and ensures a strong pipeline of skilled and diverse workers for today and tomorrow.  Learn where you could fit in. Visit our new SFPUC Careers web page today for all the latest updates!

 

STEM Career Fair

Be an Engineer

California State Building

350 McAllister St. & 455 Golden Gate Ave.

San Francisco, CA

Bayworks.org

STEM Career FAIR

Featuring careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

(S.T.E.M.) at Bay Area water & wastewater utilities

Internships, apprenticeships, pre-apprenticeships, & job-training programs

Universities, colleges, and employers will be present

Friday, March 6, 2015 3:00-7:00 PM

...and many more

rewarding career

opportunities!

baywork.org

S.T.E.M. Career Fair

Register at: baywork.org/events

Part-time Receptionist/Dental Assistant Position In a Dental Office on Union Square

Good Learning Opportunity

                    And

Great Working Environment

Pleasant downtown Union Square Office.   Convenient to public transportation. 

 

No experience required; unique opportunity to learn communication, decision making, people, and multi-tasking skills.

Learn skills that will enhance your value in your future career field (emphasis in healthcare).

 

Qualifications: 

- Ideal internship for a student interested in a future career in the health field.

- Must be a graduating SENIOR. Able to start job training while attending Galileo in preparation to work in the office while attending a college in San Francisco during the Fall semester, 2015.

- Bilingual English/Cantonese speaking ability

 - Must be an exceedingly motivated, punctual, mature, conscientious, and intelligent individual with high moral character.

- Possess a good attitude, ability to multi-task, and interest in communicating with the public.

- Applicant should be a well groomed, responsible individual who

Is a self starter and works well without supervision.

- No experience required

 

Duties include: 

  • Answering the phone and taking messages
  • Scheduling patient appointments
  • Misc. clerical duties (i.e. data entry, filing, and communicating with insurance companies)
  • Minimal dental assisting duties; 10% of the time (no experience required; you will be given through on the job training).  Will train valuable skill sets to the right individual.
  • Starting pay $11.05 with frequent raises as you get proficient with duties.
  • Tentative hours  16-24 hours a week once you start college in San Francisco in the Fall 2015.

 *References requested

 *Contact: Dr. Wong at (415) 433-5280

              Email: wongddsltc@hotmail.com

Job Opportunity with a medical supply company

Email Ileen Izakiyan at izakiyan@yahoo.com for a job interivew

Customer Service/Retail Sales – Medical Equipment

Medical Equipment Company in San Francisco is seeking an enthusiastic individual with excellent customer service skills.

JOB DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:

 

  • Answering Phones;
  • Responding to Telephone Inquiries and Orders;
  • Providing Information Regarding Products and Services;
  • Processing Orders;
  • Data Entry of Orders;
  • Assisting Walk-in Customers with Selection of Equipment and Supplies;
  • Filing;
  • Perform Other Duties as Assigned

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Excellent Communication Skills;
  • Professional Telephone Skills;
  • Strong Attention to Details;
  • Must be Highly Organized;

Quickly to Learn All Product Specifications and Features.

 

ITC Medical Supplies, Inc.
4373 Geary Boulevard 
San Francisco, CA 94118
Phone: 415-387-7100
Fax: 415-387-2540

Job Opportunity with Enterprise!

To participate in the EHSS Pathways Career Ahead Program this Spring with Enterprise, you must attend ONE information session.

Online at: ehss.org/signup

Call: 415-392-7600 ext 1

Email: alee@ehss.org

Location: 200 Pine Street, 6th Floor

San Francisco, CA 94104

Looking for a job? Check out this resourceful link!!!

The Office of Economic and Workforce Development have many Access Points (offices) to help you obtain skills and employment!

Services they provide includes:

  • Job search assistance
  • Career planning and exploration
  • Job preparation workshops
  • Acess to education and training services
  • Access to computers, internet, fax machines, and copy machines.

 

Click here for ACCESS POINTS

 

Click here for more information

Part-time Job Opportunity - Kumon Grader / Center Assistant

Kumon of Diamond Heights is an after-school learning center located in the Diamond Heights shopping center.  We are currently seeking diligent and reliable individuals to work with students from Pre-K through high school.  Duties include grading worksheets, guiding students with the acquisition of fundamental math and reading skills, preparing student files and recording scores.  Candidates must be punctual, self-motivated and well-organized.  Center hours are from 3:00 to 7:00 PM on Monday and Thursday, and from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM on Saturday.  Work schedules are flexible but candidates must be able to commit to at least four hours a week. Training will be provided.  Compensation is $10.75 per hour.  Interested applicants should email their resumes (or brief description of job/volunteer experiences, GPA, achievements and interests) to Mable Suen at mablesuen@ikumon.com.

Please let me know if you have any questions or need additional information.  Thank you very much for your help!

Sincerely,

Mable Suen
Kumon Center Director and Certified Instructor
Kumon of Diamond Heights
(415) 206-9772
mablesuen@ikumon.com

Souther Exposure job and mentorship opportunities!

Dear Students,

Southern Exposure is now accepting applications from youth artists for two programs: the Fall 2014 session of our Youth Advisory Board, and the 2014-2015 One-On-One Mentorship program. Both of these visual arts programs are free and open to all Bay Area youth.

The Youth Advisory Board offers students (ages 12-21) the ability to develop skills in a range of disciplines as they collaboratively create a community-based project over the course of four months from September through December. Projects range from experimental videos, comic ’zines, exhibitions and installations. This program is for youth artists who are at the beginner to intermediate skill level. The program meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00 – 6:00 PM, September 16 – December 11, 2014. The application deadline is September 8, 2014.

Click here for more information and to apply to the Youth Advisory Board!

The One-On-One Mentorship Program offers youth (ages 16-21) the opportunity to engage with an individual professional visual artist. One-on-one pairs of adult and youth artists work together weekly at SoEx for an entire school year. This program aims to develop artistic, educational and life skills by combining the benefits of mentoring relationships with art education. This program is for intermediate to advanced youth artists. The program meets on Mondays, 6:00 – 8:00 PM from October 20, 2014 until May 7, 2015. The application deadline is September 22, 2014.

Click here for more information and to apply to the One-On-One Mentorship program!

If you have any questions, or would like to request a paper application, please do not hesitate to contact me at aie@soex.org.

Enterpirse, YouthWorks, and MYEEP are hiring!!!!!

Enterprise For High School Students

Pathways Career Ahead Programs

 

14-18 yrs old

 

September 23- December 19

$10-13 HR

 

You must attend ONE of the following Info Sessions

Space is limited, so sign up today.

 

Contact for more info-

Online at: ehss/org/signup

Call :  415-392-7600 ext 1

Email:  alee@hss.org

 

Thu Aug 28, 430pm-530pm

Fri Aug 29, 430pm-530pm

Tue Sept 2, 430pm-530pm

Wed Sept 3, 430pm-530pm

Thu, Sept 4, 430pm-530pm

Fri, Sept 5, 430pm-530pm

 

200 Pine St, 6th Floor

SF, CA 94104

 

 

 
SF YouthWorks is HIRING for 2014-15!

 

Juniors and Seniors:
 
Looking for work experience and getting PAID at the same time??? You're in luck....!
 
YouthWorks is hiring SF 11th & 12th grade interns for the 2014-15 school year! Applications are due in person or by mail (received) no later than 5pm on Friday, September 12th.  Application is attached.  For info go to http://sfyouthworks.org/ 
 
 
 
 
Mayor's Youth & Employment Education Program
MYEEP
 
To be considered you must be in the 9th or 10th grade and a resident of San Francisco.
 
Application can be found at www.myeep.org
Application deadline is September 12th, 2014.
 
 
GOOD LUCK! Come to the College Center if you need help and/or have questions!

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