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DCYF Co-Hosting Community Input Sessions in Every Supervisorial District

DCYF Co-Hosting Community Input Sessions in Every Supervisorial District

Come out and let us know what you think the City can do to better support families and children in San Francisco! Learn more

Our mission is to ensure that families with children are a prominent and valued segment of San Francisco’s social fabric by supporting programs and activities in every San Francisco neighborhood.
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Save the Date for the December Oversight & Advisory Committee Meeting

The next meeting of the Children, Youth & Their Families Oversight & Advisory Committee will take place on Monday, December 14 at 6pm. Please join us!

DCYF Releases Request for Proposals for Disconnected Transitional Age Youth - Final Q&A Now Available

DCYF seeks applicants for two distinct strategies: a collaborative effort to improve educational and employment outcomes for disconnected TAY ages 18-24 that builds on existing agency, partner and community resources; and an innovation fund designed to address gaps or barriers in existing TAY services.

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RSVP for the 5th Annual San Francisco Youth Arts Summit!

Come out to SOMArts on Dec. 5 to see youth-created visual art of all types, and teen poets, musicians, dancers, performers, and DJs compete to win prizes! There will also be lots of opportunities to make your own art. RSVP now!

Exploratorium Accepting Applications for High School Explainer Program November 26 to December 7

The High School Explainer Program at the Exploratorium makes students part of the museum staff, giving them the important responsibility of being the museum’s primary point of contact with visitors. Explainers learn about exhibits and facilitate visitor-exhibit interactions; open and close the museum; run daily demonstrations (including cow’s eye, heart, and flower dissections); find lost children; evacuate the museum during emergencies; and more.

Bring Hack the Hood's Bootcamp Program to Your Community

Hack the Hood is seeking youth-serving organizations to partner with in bringing their award-winning Bootcamp Program to more communities. The Bootcamp Program aims to introduce low income youth of color (aged 16-25) to careers in tech by hiring them to build websites for local small businesses, while learning technical and career skills. Strong partners will be youth serving organizations that have good connections to local business groups, and are willing to be trained to implement the program.

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