SF YouthWorks is now hiring for Spring 2011

Apply NOW to become a YouthWorks intern for Spring 2011

YouthWorks is currently accepting applications for a small number of openings for the Spring 2011 session. Youth who are accepted into SF YouthWorks will be placed in internships from late January through May 2011.

Please see their Become an Intern section for more information and to apply. Deadline to submit an application is Monday, January 10 by 5pm.


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.

Internships for youth
San Francisco YouthWorks provides an enriching employment experience for high school students throughout San Francisco. Over the past 11 years, SF YouthWorks has placed more than 4,000 youth in paid internships within San Francisco city government.

In a supportive environment
Each intern works closely with a mentor who is a city employee, gaining essential job skills and learning about public service careers. SF YouthWorks staff members oversee every internship to ensure a successful experience for both interns and mentors.

Where interns gain job skills and explore careers in public service
In addition, SF YouthWorks provides workshops and activities that teach interns job readiness and help them explore opportunities for public service careers. Participants have the option to intern in more than 30 city departments, such as the Department of Public Health, the District Attorney’s office and the Board of Supervisors (for a full list of departments, see our About page).

NEW Enterprise for High School Students Pathways Program starting 2/15/2011

Enterprise for High School Students will be launching the next cycle of the Pathways Program starting February 15, 2010! If you want to be trained in various job skills and find paying jobs and internships, then attend any ONE of these Information Sessions at 4:30pm on 1/7, 1/11, 1/14, 1/18, 1/21, or 1/25. Call EHSS at 415.392.7600 ext. 1 and RSVP for an Information Session to learn more about the program and the application process. If you are interested in our summer programs, including the Junior Caddie Program, Career Exploration internships, or Summer Gardening Program, you must first participate in Pathways–so call now!

During the 10-week Pathways Program, students will:

  • Apply for paying jobs and internships within three weeks into the program
  • Receive training in job skills such as office, childcare, computer, party 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 opportunities (Career Exploration Program, Junior Caddie Program, and Summer Gardening Program)

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.

You can view the Information Session dates on our calendar. Students can call us at 415.392.7600 ext. 1 to sign up for an Information Session.

Part-time Help Wanted at Medical Office

PART TIME HELP WANTED at Orthopaedic Surgeon / Sports Medicine Clinic

Filing, copying, general office tasks

Flexible hours and days

12 – 16 hours / week – prefer 3 hours a day

Prefer future Junior or Senior

To start immediately

Across the street from the Marina Safeway

Free parking or easy access from #28 Muni bus line

E-mail resume to: sharon@stoneclinic.com

Please visit www.stoneclinic.com for information on our office.

Huckleberry Wellness Academy

What is the Huckleberry Wellness Academy?
A unique three and half-year internship that supports students with college and career
planning, assists with college applications and offers the chance to work directly
with local health professionals. During Year 1, participants receive academic case
management and are trained part-time in health education topics from January–May.
For Year 2, participants are exposed to a wide variety of health careers and also take
part in a health internship. For Year 3, participants receive individualized help with
college applications and financial aid, and take part in a part time year-long clinical
internship. After graduating high school, alumni continue to receive case management
support to encourage a successful first year of college.

Who Should Apply?
Current sophomores who are interested in a health related career and who are
motivated to do better in school.
Ø Students whose parents/guardians did not attend college as well as those who
could use extra support and guidance.
Open minded, mature students who can commit to a long term program.

Why Should You Apply?
The Huckleberry Wellness Academy will teach you valuable job skills, help
prepare you for college and a well-paying career, and will allow you to see for
yourself what a career in health is all about.
Caring staff will give you lots of encouragement and support with your personal,
college and career goals. This is a FUN opportunity to connect with positive
youth and adults!

How Often Do We Meet?
Two days per week after school and one Saturday per month.

How do I Apply? (Your options are listed below)

  • Completed applications must be received by October 24th at 5pm by mail/fax/email or in person delivery.
  • Deliver or mail to Mónica Vargas or Douglas Mungin @ 555 Cole St. SF, CA.94117
  • Turn in to staff at your school’s Wellness Center
  • Fax to 386.8212
  • Email: or mvargas@huckleberryyouth.org or dmungin@huckleberryyouth.org

For application click on this link:

HWA SF Application Fall 2011 (Sept deadline)

Apply to Join DCYF’s Youth Empowerment Fund Advisory Board (YEFAB)

Apply to Join DCYF’s Youth Empowerment Fund Advisory Board (YEFAB)

Applications Due Monday, September 27th @ 5pm

Apply online at: https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dGQ4a01xM2RRZVJzSjZiTkhzUjZzQWc6MQ

What is the YEFAB?

DCYF’s Youth Empowerment Fund Advisory Board (YEFAB) is looking for 8 young people (ages 16-20) who want to help make a change in communities in San Francisco by funding and evaluating youth programs. Members of the YEFAB decide how to fund up to $1 million in youth-led projects each year, work closely with the SF Youth Commission, and serve as a voice for San Francisco’s youth.

What do YEFAB members do?

•          Work and attend meetings up to 5 hours a week

•          Make decisions on how to fund youth-led projects

•          Develop leadership skills and learn how to read and review grant proposals

•          Get to know youth programs in San Francisco

•          Run community meetings such as trainings, workshops, and focus groups

•          Learn about how youth are being leaders in youth programs and community organizations

What qualifies you to become a YEFAB member?

•          Be a resident of San Francisco

•          Be between the ages of 16-20

•          Be a leader at school, in a community organization, or in an extracurricular activity

•          Interested in working with youth and adults from diverse backgrounds

•          In good academic standing and have a 2.5 cumulative GPA

What do YEFAB members get?

•          Receive a $10 hourly stipend for your involvement

•          New friends!!!

•          Leadership skills and personal growth

Apply at: https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dGQ4a01xM2RRZVJzSjZiTkhzUjZzQWc6MQ

For more info, contact Bryant Tan, Youth Empowerment Fund Coordinator: yef@dcyf.org or 415-557-6727

Pick up and application online at www.dcyf.org

Work in Galileo’s Wellness Center

Application for Galileo Wellness

Youth Outreach Worker Program

2010- 2011

The Youth Outreach Workers (YOWs) at Galileo’s Wellness Center will develop youth leadership skills and will assist in planning and implementing school-wide health and wellness-related activities, under the supervision of the adult Youth Outreach Coordinator.

Each YOW will be compensated financially with a stipend of $300-$375, to be paid at the end of the school year.

Student applicants must complete the information below, which is required for payment of stipends and reporting to
the funders of the Youth Outreach Program.

Application deadline: September 22nd!
Click here for application:

YOW Application 10-11

SF Youthworks Hiring!

San Francisco YouthWorks is hiring for the 2010-2011 session!!

San Francisco YouthWorks is a unique high school internship program designed to expose youth to public service careers and build job readiness skills in a supportive environment.

Be enrolled in the 11th or 12th grade for the 10/11 school year
Live AND go to school in San Francisco
Be able to work at least 7 hours per week , Monday—Friday between 9am and 5:00pm
Commit to participate for the entire Fall session (mid-Oct through mid-May)

Applications Released: August 11th 2010
Application Deadline: September 3rd 2010 before 5pm!

(Available at our office 2012 Pine St or at www.sfyouthworks.org)

We are asking that you publicize this employment opportunity to youth entering the 11th & 12th grade, who can demonstrate initiative and responsibility.
Please feel free to contact YouthWorks at (415) 202-7911 if you have any questions. And visit our website for applications and more details at www.sfyouthworks.org

Work at a Pizzeria

A newly opened pizzeria near the Marina at the Presidio gate would like to hire a high school student to work the counter/register and distribute flyers in the area. They have a need for a person who can handle customers and is friendly. The position pays minimum wage and free pizza and soda.
The position has very flexible hours where the student can almost pick their own hours. They are also flexible on the amount of hours worked which can be as little as 7hrs/week to 15-20hrs/week.
Please contact Manager, Steve, at 415-850-6258
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