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Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Community Grants RFP Now Open

Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Community Grants RFP Now Open

Proposals are due by Monday, September 12, 2016. Learn more

Making San Francisco A Great Place to Grow Up!

Making San Francisco A Great Place to Grow Up!

DCYF brings together city government, schools, and community based organizations to help children, youth, and families lead lives of opportunity and happiness. Learn more

Making San Francisco a Great Place to Grow Up!


DCYF Accepting Applications for Community Grants RFP

DCYF has issued the Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Community Grants Request for Proposals, which will be used to determine the distribution of addback funds that were allocated to DCYF. DCYF created this RFP in compliance with Proposition C, which requires an open, transparent, and competitive RFP process for the distribution of addback funds. Proposals are due by September 12 at 5pm.

Open Position at DCYF: Senior Program Specialist

Come work for the best department in San Francisco: we're hiring a Senior Program Specialist for our Older Youth Team! Applications are due by September 6 at 5pm.

OCOF Activity Guide is Ready for the School Year!

Looking for an after school program? Start with the Our Children, Our Families Council After School Activity Guide. Run an after school program that needs to be added to the guide? Do it! It's free!

Community News

Register for SFUSD's Third Annual Historically Black College & University Fair

High school freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to attend SFUSD's Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) Fair at Mission High School on September 12. Students will have the opportunity to speak with admissions personnel from 40+ HBCUs, and students who attend the Fair will receive application fee waivers, on-the-spot admissions, and scholarships!

11th and 12th Graders: SF YouthWorks Accepting Applications

DCYF grantee San Francisco YouthWorks is accepting applications for the 2016-17 school year! YouthWorks places incoming 11th and 12th graders in paid internships with City of San Francisco employees, where they learn essential job skills and explore public service careers. Applications are due by September 12!

MYEEP Applications Now Open!

The Mayor's Youth Education and Employment Program is accepting applications from 9th and 10th graders!. MYEEP provides young people who have multiple barriers to employment with first-time work experiences that will support their ongoing success in education and in the workforce. Applications are due September 9!

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