About Mayor’s Youth Jobs+

Mayor's Youth Jobs+ is a city-wide program to help young adults (ages 16-24) find employment. The goal for 2016 is to provide 5,000 jobs and work opportunities. This initiative is a partnership between the City of San Francisco, United Way Bay Area, the Department of Children, Youth & Their Families, the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the San Francisco Unified School District, youth-serving nonprofits and the San Francisco business community.

Mayor’s Youth Jobs+ Updates

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Anthropologie Hiring Event August 31!

Founded in Wayne, Pennsylvania in the autumn of 1992, Anthropologie remains a destination for women wanting a curated mix of clothing, accessories, gifts and home décor that reflects their personal style and fuels their lives’ passions, from fashion to art to entertaining. They are committed, as always, to offering our customers signature products and unmatched

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Youth Jobs+ Neighborhood Hiring Event, Tuesday, August 30 – UPDATED with Employers!

Job Seekers between the ages of 16-24 are welcome to join us August 30th at Valencia Gardens for the Mission Neighborhood Job Fair. Find your next work opportunity or start your career with some of the excellent businesses! Employers attending include: Lyft, Macy’s,  Starbucks, Walgreens, Noah’s, Hyatt, Gus’s Community Market, Target, Managed By Q, Mentoring For Success/ Healthy Choices AmeriCorps, FedEx, and Homebridge Info: Location:

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DPW Year Round Crew

Are you a team player who loves working outside? Apply for a DPW Year Round Crew Position! Department of Public Works is looking for young people ages 18 – 24 to join their team. To learn more, read below.   What is the job? You will be involved in litter removal, manual weeding, raking, sweeping,

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SF PUC Internship Opportunities

Do you want a work opportunity that offers mentorship and a foothold in the public sector? The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has a variety of internship opportunities for youth and early career professionals. Take a look at some of the opportunities below. Please visit the PUC website to lean more and apply.   Project Pull – Paid summer

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Alameda County Health Care Services Agency’s EMS Corps

Are you ready to start a career in health care? EMS Corps is a highly selective, rigorous academy that prepares youth who are from the community and ready to serve for careers in Emergency Medical Services. To learn more, please see their flyer and visit their website. If you have a High School Diploma or

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Partner Opportunities are external jobs and internships with Jobs+ partner organizations. To apply for a position listed in Partner Opportunities, please review the details and follow all included instructions.

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Success Stories from Job Applicants

Youth Jobs+ Success

“I was able to get a paid summer internship at a real estate company and did so well that they hired me full-time. Now I am able to help my family.”

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“At each of my internships, my mentors wanted the best for me, pushing me to excel. I know that all the skills and other things I’ve learned are things I can take with me to college.”

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“Before I started working, I was very shy and soft spoken. After getting hired, I’ve become more comfortable. I’ve learned how to deal with unhappy and discouraging customers.”

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“I used to be frightened by interviews and that hindered my progress finding a job. With the support of Summer Jobs+, I was able to work on my interview skills. I found an incredible job where I still work today.”

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