The Summer 2024 SFUSD Interest Form Is Open NOW!
Here is the link to the Summer 2024 SFUSD Interest Form. The form is now open to all currently enrolled SFUSD high school students only. The form will close at 11:59pm on February 29, 2024. You may only complete the form once. In order to access the form, ensure that you are logged out of your personal email, and logged into your SFUSD email account.
Most of College and Career Programs' internships and summer programs are connected to a City College of San Francisco (CCSF) course, so you'll also earn college credit while gaining work experience. Some programs have a $596 stipend for the summer, while others are paid $18.93 / hour.
Most programs last a 6-week period. Programs are available for all current SFUSD high school students who will be 14 or older by 4/19/24.
*Sophomores and juniors (during school year 2023-2024) have the most options for internships.
*Few internships are available for ninth graders...your best chance is to apply to intern with children/youth, as there are more opportunities.
*Most internships are working with youth and allow you to explore careers in the education field. A limited number of internships may be available in other career fields working in offices, labs and offices. These internship opportunities may include art, animation, architecture, biotech, health, computer science, culinary, gardening, etc.
While we will make every effort to place students in programs in which they have expressed interest, due to limited numbers of placements in highly impacted and highly sought after industries, not all students will receive an offer. For this reason, we encourage youth to look into other opportunities with partners such as Opportunities for All through the Mayor's Office and Human Rights Commission, or Enterprise for Youth. The City / DCYF has also put together the following Summer Guide for Youth Ages 14-24. For those K-8, the city has put together the following program guide, Our 415.
We are also now providing a new webpage, updating our previous years' Bay Area High School Summer Guide. The Summer 2024 Guide / College and Career Opportunities page includes many links to other summer programs, outside of SFUSD, organized by industry sector.
What Happens After Completing the Summer 2024 Interest Form?
After you submit a completed Summer 2024 Interest Form...
- If chosen, someone from the SFUSD Internship, Work Based Learning, or Early College team will reach out to you by email, prior to Spring Break 2024. If you do not hear back from College & Career Programs by April 5, 2024, you should look for other opportunities outside of SFUSD.
- In the invitation email, you will be invited to a mandatory two-part SFUSD Hiring & CCSF Application Session, which will be held in January, February, March and/or April. At these help sessions, you will receive support to apply to CCSF and complete the hiring process.
- At the CCSF application sessions, you will complete the CCSF Application; if you have applied to CCSF before, please track down your CCSF ID (starts with a "W" or a "@"). If you have never applied before, you will need to have a non-SFUSD personal email address.
For Hourly Paid Internships Only:
- Once you have been assigned a hiring session, you will need to obtain the necessary items if you have them (including a signed Social Security Card or Valid US Passport + Social Security Number). If you do not have a Social Security Number, we will provide other instructions.
- You are encouraged to open up a Bank Account (if you don't already have one), as we suggest Direct Deposit vs. being mailed your check.
- Once you have completed all of the Summer Internship Enrollment Steps, you will be offered a final internship placement and work schedule.
- If you do not come to the hiring session, or do not come prepared with your documentation, you may be moved to the next round of placements, if any, that will be offered on a space available basis. If there are no further hiring sessions available, you may lose your opportunity to participate this summer.
Office of College and Career Readiness
Bay Area Work Based Learning Opportunities
Our resource padlet, supported by the Bay Area Community College Consortium, offers opportunities for students and education professionals to learn and grow through career fairs/speakers, industry-specific webinars and job shadows, teacher professional development, and virtual events from local partners.
This page was last updated on February 28, 2024