SUPPORT FOR PROGRAMMING
City College of San Francisco
The goal of the Child Development & Family Studies Department at City College of San Francisco is to provide a developmentally appropriate education for students, families and children that reflects a commitment to high quality and a broad understanding of how children learn and grow.
San Francisco Family Support Network
The San Francisco Family Support Network is committed to supporting those who work with families to do so most effectively by promoting best and promising practices and providing quality training and technical assistance opportunities. Trainings include certifying providers on the SFFSN Family Support Standards and providing support to them to work most effectively with families.
Partnership for Children and Youth
The Bay Area Continuous Learning (BACL) Initiative was created to support efforts to raise the quality of expanded learning programming across districts, cities, and local nonprofits. BACL recognizes it takes time to improve and sustain quality. This time involves a continuous cycle of learning that must be ongoing and organized. BACL aims to link learning, leadership, and collaboration among the initiative participants with the goal of building their capacity to independently sustain these efforts of learning and improvement over time.
California School-Age Consortium (Cal-SAC)
CalSAC provides training in an array of content areas from foundational skills needed to work with children and youth to leadership skills for supervising staff and managing programs. Training is also provided in timely topics areas such as STEM, working with English Learners and bullying prevention.
California Afterschool Network
The California Afterschool Network provides out-of-school time practitioners, advocates, and community members with the resources and tools necessary to build high quality out-of-school time programs in California.
Workforce One provides online training and webinars that help boost performance, ensure compliance, or improve customer service within the publicly-funded workforce system.
SUPPORT FOR NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT
Compasspoint Nonprofit Services
Compasspoint works with thousands of nonprofits to support their staff development and provide them with the knowledge and skills needed for success on topics from fundraising and financial management to business planning and board governance.
San Francisco Controller’s Office
The Controller’s Office provides online resources and documents to support non-profit contractors with the City and County of San Francisco. Various trainings and technical assistance is available on subjects like developing agency-wide budget, cost allocation procedures, board development, and fundraising.
Foundation Center maintains the most comprehensive database on U.S. and, increasingly, global grantmakers and their grants — a robust, accessible knowledge bank for the sector. It also operates research, education, and training programs designed to advance knowledge of philanthropy at every level. The Foundation Center-San Francisco is located at 312 Sutter Street in downtown San Francisco and provides online resources, an in-person library, and workshops on fundraising and grant-writing.