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 >

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.


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.


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.


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.