Opportunities

Opportunities

Please look below for current opportunities to build community, earn some money and learn new skills!

Please note: This page will be refreshed weekly. If you have any questions, or need support in applying, please do not hesitate to contact Auxi, our Community Health Outreach Worker at trejos@sfusd.edu or call/text (628) 900-2993

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Inspiring Youth Emerging Leaders (I-YEL) Park Hop Program

Bay Area and African American history come together in a PAID program. You will learn about important history that occurred in the Bay Area as told by Park Rangers. Pays up to $250 and potential to get credits for school. This program will be online through Zoom. 

The Program: Monday 3/29 - Friday 4/2 

Deadline to Apply is 02/15 by 11:59pm!

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GIRLFLY SUMMER ART & ACTIVISM PROGRAM

Starts July 6, 2021 - Ends July 30, 2021 | Runs Tuesday to Friday 10:30AM -3:00PM | Apply By: May 1, 2021

  • Get hands-on experience in site specific dance, and make dances at Quesada Gardens in San Francisco’s Bayview District
  • Earn $500

  • Learn about issues of girls’ empowerment, community building, land acknowledgements, and racial justice and sooo much more! 

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Community Leadership Program

The Community Leadership Program(CLP) is a paid, 12-week experiential program designed to deepen participants’ understanding of social issues impacting their communities, while supporting them in developing a culminating group project that addresses a specific community need. 

Requirements:

  • Transitional  Aged Youth (TAY) LGBTQQIA+ youth and allies ages 18-24

If interested in CLP please note the following key dates: Info Sessions are 03/01-03/05

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Kalpulli Youth Leadership Program

The HOMEY Youth Leadership Program’s mission is to educate, organize and empower young people (ages 13 to 18 years old). “Kalpulli”, in the Nahuatl (one of the many indigenous languages in Mesoamerica) means “large house”. HOMEY's Kalpulli is where we gather to decolonize and educate ourselves about our culture and our stories, to promote cultural activities, and watch over our community.

Requirements: