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Youth Employment

Community Youth Center of San Francisco – Richmond Branch
Comprised of programs to address the needs of youth in the workforce arena. The employment programs provide youth with employment skills and job placements to foster the building of self-esteem and facilitate the reduction of delinquency. Youth participate in workshops on resume writing, interviewing skills, job search techniques, job applications and procedures, computer training, and communications. Through the Workforce Development Component, youth are provided with the fundamental skills to build a foundation for their future careers.


Address: 319 Sixth Ave, Suite 201, San Francisco, CA 94118

Contact: Cheryl Ann Asico,


Youth Program Assistant-Youth have the opportunity to assist and lead activities and classes for up to 10 hours per week at the following school-based programs: Peabody, Argonne, Lafayette, Alamo, Presidio and Roosevelt.

Contact: Heather Franco,

Phone: 415-750-8554


Youth Works

San Francisco YouthWorks is a unique high school internship program that teaches young people crucial job skills while sparking their interest in public service careers. Within our program, 11th and 12th-grade students work in paid internships with San Francisco city employees.


Mayor’s Youth Employment & Education Program (MYEEP)

The Mayor’s Youth Employment and Education Program (MYEEP) provides subsidized employment opportunities for approximately 1,500 low-income, high school aged youth each year. The program’s goal is to support the positive development of youth in San Francisco by engaging them in meaningful employment, career, leadership, and community involvement opportunities.


Youth Jobs +

Youth Jobs+ is a city-wide summer program to help San Francisco youth ages 16-24 find summer employment. Since 2012, we have provided over 19,000 youth with jobs and work opportunities! This initiative is a partnership between the City of San Francisco, United Way of the Bay Area, the Department of Children, Youth & Their Families, the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the San Francisco Unified School District, youth-serving nonprofits and the San Francisco business community.