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Workforce Development - United Playaz, Inc.

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United Playaz is a violence prevention and youth development non-profit organization providing a safe and positive environment for a diverse community of kids. 
San Francisco
(888) 975-2929
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Safe Passage Corner Captains

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Corner Captains are the backbone of TLCBD Safe Passage. They promote a culture of safety in the Tenderloin and assist others as they navigate through busy streets and intersections. 
San Francisco
(415) 292-4812
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Young Adult Worklink (YAWL) - Community Youth Center

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Young Adult Worklink (YAWL) is a program that provides a variety of workforce, education, barrier-removal, and wrap-around supportive services to support young adults ages 17-24 in achieving economic stability and general well-being. 
San Francisco
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Job Readiness Program - Code Tenderloin

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By improving self-perception and demystifying the modern workplace, we’re changing lives for the better. We prepare, nurture, and give each program partner the confidence to enter the workforce for long-term employment. 
San Francisco
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Trans Employment Program (TEP) - San Francisco LGBT Community Center

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Employment assistance and support. 
San Francisco
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Workforce Development - St. Anthony's

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St. Anthony’s Workforce Development Program takes a holistic, trauma-informed approach to job preparation by building resumes and resilience. 
San Francisco
415-241-2600
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Larkin Street Youth Services

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Employment training and education for teens and young adults. 
San Francisco
(415) 673-0911
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Safe Passage Park Maintenance Worker

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Tenderloin Community Benefit District (TLCBD) is seeking a skilled maintenance worker to support Safe Passage Park, an 1800 square foot community parklet that runs along the southern sidewalk of the 200 block of Turk Street. 
San Francisco
(415) 292-4812
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WHY Program - Health Initiatives for Youth

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Health Initiatives for Youth has an afterschool behavioral health career awareness program called “What is Health to You (WHY)” for middle school students to learn what health means to them and how to have a health career in their future. 
San Francisco
(415) 274-1970
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Intensive Supervision and Clinical Services (ISCS) - Community Youth Center

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ISCS provides community based intensive supervision and case management services as well as behavioral health services (individual and family therapy) for youth ages 11-21 involved in the Juvenile Justice Systems. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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TLCBD Park Captains

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TLCBD Park Captains will be responsible for fostering clean, safe, and inviting parks in the Tenderloin by having a physical presence at the parks and positively engaging with park users and neighbors. 
San Francisco
(415) 292-4812
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Safe Passage - TLCBD

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Our programs are about increasing a positive presence on the sidewalks and at intersections: greeting people, responding to emergencies, assisting in crosswalks, and reducing harmful activities by being present and welcoming. 
San Francisco
(415) 292-4812
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Spark Career Exploration & Self-Discovery Program

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A career exploration and self-discovery program that gives middle school students opportunities to understand, experience, and pursue what's possible for their future. 
San Francisco
(415) 539-0622
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The Mayor’s Youth Employment and Education Program (MYEEP) - Community Youth Center

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MYEEP is an organized collaborative of neighborhood-based agencies that provide work experience to San Francisco high school aged youth who face significant barriers to employment. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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LGBTQ Community Services - San Francisco LGBT Community Center

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A center offering a variety services for the LGBTQ+ community. 
San Francisco
(415) 865-5555
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Job Readiness for English Language Learners (JRELL) - Community Youth Center

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JRELL provides workshops, internships, job fairs, corporate tours, and coaching for English Language Learners to help youths aged 14-17 overcome financial barriers and gain experience learning how to navigate a real-world job market. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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Compass Family Shelter - Compass Family Services

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A homeless shelter for 22 families with private rooms and baths, plus prevention and aftercare services for up to 6 months. 
San Francisco
(415)-644-0504
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San Francisco LGBT Community Center

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Trans Employment Program provides a wide range of services including: job referrals and career coaching; navigating being out at work or transitioning on the job; resume review and managing references; hiring and community events; and legal services. 
San Francisco
(415) 865-5555
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First Graduate

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First Graduate's mission is to help San Francisco students become first generation college graduates ready to pursue meaningful careers. 
San Francisco