You must be hired by an employer FIRST before you can submit the application and get a work permit.
Work in the Financial District doing Office Work.
The work include:
- Data entry
- Dictation (when one person speaks while another person transcribes what is spoken)
- Book keeping
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Type well
- 3-4 hours/wk (flexible hours)
408 Jackson St.
San Francisco, CA 94133
Students who are interested can email Mr. Pat Riley at: email@example.com
Every summer, the Garden Project offers an eight week job program for high school students. The program is sponsored by the SF Sheriff’s Department and the SF Police Department. The hiring will be done through the police department this year. See application . The interviews start the last week of May so return the applications soon.
If you have any questions about the hiring process of the summer program, please contact Officer Teper at the Bayview Station at (415) 671-2330. If you have any questions about the program, the office number is (650) 588-8253.
MYEEP applications have come out! Here are more details:
6th Grade boy at Marina Middle School needs a positive role model/tutor, preferably male.
Monday-Friday, 2 hours a day (flexible, can be every other day)
He needs help with math, english, science and social studies.
Applicants should call Cindy Li 415-577-8776
From Bay Care 4U……………
Help Us Help Others!
We are a downtown chiropractic Clinic,currently seeking an outgoing,responsible individual to assist in table topping events and community outreach.We educate the public on diabetics,nutrition,spinal health, ergonomics,carpal tunnel and much much more.
We also need assistance in light office work,such as computer entry,filing,chart formation.
This is a part time position for a high school senior.Times: Tuesday,Thursday 4-7:15 P.M.
Enterprise for High School Students (EHSS) will be starting the Spring Cycle of the Pathways Program in February.
If you are not yet familiar with this program, the Pathways Program is a job readiness and career discovery program for 14-18 year-old high school students in San Francisco.
During the 10-week Spring Cycle of the Pathways Program, students will:
- Apply for paying jobs within three weeks into the program
Receive training in job skills such as office, childcare, computer, event assistance, and customer service skills
- Compile an employment portfolio (with a résumé, sample cover letter, reference sheet, etc.)
- Explore colleges, careers and other post-high school options
- Become eligible for our three summer employment programs (Career Exploration Program, Junior Caddie Program, and Summer Gardening Program) for summer 2012
To participate in Pathways, students must attend an Information Session, where they will receive an application packet along with more detailed information about the program requirements.
If you can post an announcement in your school’s bulletin, here is a blurb:
Enterprise for High School Students will be launching the next cycle of the Pathways Program starting February 14, 2012! If you want to be trained in job skills and find paying jobs and internships, then attend any ONE of these Information Sessions at 4:30pm on 1/6, 1/10, 1/13, 1/17, 1/20, or 1/24. Call EHSS at 415.392.7600 ext. 1 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and RSVP for an Information Session to learn more about the program and the application process.
Here is a Pathways Program flyer that you can print out and distribute to your students. If you cannot link to the flyer, please contact me and I can send you an attachment.
Thank you so much for your help, as we rely heavily on our school contacts for connecting us with great students over the years.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me should you have questions regarding the program.
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.
|ENTERPRISE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS|
|200 Pine Street, 6th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104
415.392.7600 Ext. 1
MAKE THE WORLD A HEALTHIER PLACE!
Seeking a responsible ,outgoing,energetic individual,who loves meeting and helping people. Need assistance in educating the public! Educate the public on health issues through our community outreach program,table topping and events.
Seeking a responsible,computer literate individual to assist us in chart formation,filing and basic data entry.
Will train the best candidate!
Hours are flexible: Tuesday and Thursday 6-10 hrs per week. Times 4-7P.M.
This Way Ahead, a program of Enterprise for High School Students, is recruiting underserved youth, ages 16-18, who are interested in working in retail and have demonstrated commitment and leadership potential. Please spread the word to the youth you work with about this opportunity.
Interested youth should call 415-392-7600 ext. 319 to sign up for an Information Session.
Youth must attend one mandatory Information Session to apply for This Way Ahead. Information Sessions will begin in early November. Please see our 2011-2012 calendar for Information Session dates/times and for the overall program structure.
This Way Ahead offers youth a 14 week job-readiness training program (Jan-April) that includes a $50 stipend every two weeks and a free monthly Muni pass. Upon completion of the job-readiness training, students will be eligible to apply for a paid 4 month internship at Gap or Old Navy stores (June-Sept.). 50% of the youth will be accepted into the internship. All youth who complete the training will become members of Enterprise and have access to our year round job bank, 3 paid summer employment programs and college and career counseling.
Since there is the possibility of employment with Gap, Inc., we are only able to accept students with documentation of their legal right to work in the US and who can pass a background check.
You can download a This Way Ahead flyer from our website to post in your office or give to interested youth.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact
This Way Ahead
Enterprise for High School Students
415.392.7600 ext. 311