City College of San Francisco (CCSF)
Since its founding in 1935, City College has evolved into a multicultural, multi-campus community college that is one of the largest in the country. CCSF has 11-campuses and offers courses in more than 50 academic programs and over 100 occupational disciplines. There is a full range of credit courses leading to the Associate of Arts and Science degrees, most of which meet the general education requirements for transfer to a four-year colleges and universities. ccsf.edu
Five Keys Charter School
A program of the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department, Five Keys Charter School educates inmates and ex-offenders within the jail and post-release systems in a pro-social environment by providing high school classes and access to community-based programs that provide recovery, parenting and work skills. To enroll or refer someone to enroll. (415) 297-9887 | email@example.com | fivekeyscharter.org.
The Human Services Agency
The Human Services Agency (HSA) promotes well-being and self-sufficiency among individuals, families and communities. At over 14 locations across San Francisco, HSA offers income support, community-based living supports, and assistance getting food, employment, employment training, child care assistance, housing, and health coverage. Learn more at sfhsa.org.
Hunters Point Family
A grassroots, community-based organization providing holistic programs for at-risk African American youth and young adults living in the Bayview Hunters Point community of San Francisco. Their programs support education, leadership and workforce development, arts enrichment, and recreation. hunterspointfamily.org
Renaissance Parents of Success (RPOS)
This community-based organization serves as a bridge for youth and unemployed adults to higher education, economic self-sufficiency and greater self-awareness and direction. rpos.weebly.com
Wu Yee Children's Head Start Services Southeast
Wu Yee Children’s Services was founded in 1977 by social workers concerned about the challenging circumstances of immigrant families in Chinatown, particularly when it came to child care for working families. In the years since their formation, Wu Yee, Cantonese for “protector of children”, has grown to a city-wide agency with both child development and family resource centers serving diverse populations in Bayview, Chinatown, The Tenderloin and Visitacion Valley. Wu Yee’s services at the Southeast Community Facility are designed to foster stable family relationships, enhance children's physical and emotional well-being, and establish an environment to develop strong cognitive skills through the Head Start program. To learn more, visit the office at 1300 Phelps Street | Tel: (415) 635-0921 | Tel: (415) 321-3228 | wuyee.org.