More About Success Center SF

 

SCSF Graduation – May 2017

On May 23, 2017, over 100 youth / young adults attained their GEDs/diplomas at a combined graduation of
students from Success Center SF’s GED program and high school students at Independence High School
in San Francisco.

Success Center SF moved their GED training, after school tutoring and other youth programs to the
Independence High School location in the Fall of 2016. You can see by the students faces that they are
eager and ready for the next part of their lives.

SCSF Congratulates the Graduating Class of 2017.

Don’t have your diploma? Success Center SF has free GED preparation course for San Francisco residents
ages 17 and up.

For more information call Jermaine King or Tracy Green at: 415 546 0600.

 


2017 SCSF Hiring Affair

Throughout the year, Success Center has a numerous hiring events for job seekers looking for their next position.
But the highlight of each year is usually our Summer Job Fair.  Here’s what employers and participants had to say
about our 2017 job fair, Success Center’s Summer Hiring Affair.


Success Center SF – This is What We Do



Our mission is to offer meaningful vocational and educational services for youth so that they may
develop a positive self-image as well as a sense of hope and purpose for their future. With raised
expectations for their success, we teach, guide, counsel, and mentor participants through GED classes,
service learning, job-readiness/life skills classes, and referrals to jobs and/or post-secondary education.


Liz Jackson-Simpson, Executive Director Success Center

Hear Success Center SF Executive Director Liz Jackson-Simpson talk about Success Center SF’s
mission of helping disenfranchised adults and youth become successful. This despite crippling
adversities many may face in their current lives such as poverty, addiction, lack of education,
and low self esteem.


2016 Hospitality Bootcamp

Listen to a KGO interview with SCSF staff and a participant of our Hospitality bootcamp program.  The program connected underserved local residents with training and employment opportunities in culinary.