Jobs and Internships

SF Youthworks Paid Internships- Now Hiring!


  • 11th & 12th graders

  • SF resident

  • Can participate for entire school year

  • Able to obtain work permit


Don't know what kind of job to look for?

The following links can help you find out what kind of personality you have and from there figure out possible job areas.

The O*Net job center website, sponsored by the Department of Labor, has a quick test to reveal your Holland profile. Where might you fit in? Consider these Holland-based personality/career match ups.

CCSF (City College of San Francisco) has a career website for CCSF students.

16 Personalities has an online test that you can use as well.

The following links can help you see what different jobs there are.

The O*Net website also has information about all the various job sectors out there.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has a website called the Occupational Outlook Handout that can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.

The State of California has the Career Zone website to help people figure out what is out there for them.

Do you wonder what an informational interview is?

UC Berkeley has some information to help you understand what it is and how to prepare for one.

FREE Art Intensive Programs

Youth Art Exchange’s free summer session includes intensives in:

  1. Filmmaking
  2. Music Production
  3. Printmaking.

The programs run from July 15th – August 1st, Mondays-Thursdays 10am-3pm. Click on the link above to apply. 

The deadline is Monday April 1st, 2019. Early applications are encouraged!