Empowerment Through Education and Employment
  • Keeping Up with New Technology
    Your Inside Look at the Salesforce TrailheaDX Developers Event >
  • 2016 Summer Job Fair
    Employers Come Out for SCSF Job Fair >
  • A Letter From San Quentin
    An Inmate Tells How the Career Center Helped Him >
  • Happy Birthday Liz
    Well Wishes to SCSF Executive Director Liz Jackson-Simpson
  • Career Events
    Making the Most of Job Fairs >
  • Community Events
    SCSF Hosts First Ladies Night in Western Addition >
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Our Career Center in the Western Addition has an array of tools to help with your employment goals including hiring events and work readiness workshops. Learn more >
Success Center services to address the educational needs of SF youth include the Early Morning Study Academy, the Teachers Academy and the GED Testing Center. Learn more >
This form of learning emphasizes critical thinking and personal reflection while encouraging a heightened sense of community, civic engagement, and personal responsibility. Learn more >
We’re always on the lookout for employers willing to give youth their first – or second chance at employment. Look here for current Bay Area job opportunities. Learn more >
News
06/15/2016

We sent one of our Success Center SF team members, George, to the Salesforce TrailheaDX event in San Francisco. Hear what he had to say about the conference.

06/08/2016

On May 19th over 250 job seekers attended the Success Center SF 2016 Summer Job Fair held in San Francisco’s Western Addition neighborhood.  Read more.

05/26/2016

Two weeks ago Career Center Director, Troy Henry and Job Developer, Rito Andujo-Walker, joined other employers in participating in an employment readiness program at San Quentin State Prison. Read what happened once they were inside.

04/22/2016

On April 21st, the Success Center SF/Western Addition Career Center hosted its first “Ladies Night in the Fillmore.” Ladies Night in the Fillmore, slated to become a regular event on the Career Center calendar, was moderated by Success Center SF Executive Director Liz Jackson-Simpson. Read more.


Every dime counts! Here are some examples of how your contributions help: DONATE NOW
$35 Provides the fees for 1 GED Test.
$70 Provides a clipper transit card for a student.
$100 Provides a new jobseeker with interview attire.
$500 Provides new GED textbooks.
$1000 Provides resources for a new computer.
$5000 Provides a college tour for 10 students.
$10,000 Provides school lunch for all our students for one school year.