Mayor Breed’s Opportunities for All (OFA) provides access to career exploration and workforce development for San Francisco’s youth and young adults. The initiative includes paid internships, mentorship, and pathways to employment, including job readiness, career training, and apprenticeship for participants ages 13 to 24. OFA focuses on equitable access to these opportunities through workforce connection, support and job resources for both job seekers and employers alike.
Internships at Project Level
Chamber member Project Level is an active non-profit that nurtures the creative needs of at-risk and under-served Bay Area inner-city youth through performing arts. Their focus areas include music, film, fashion, dance, and marketing. Project Level is hosting a 6-week internship program for 75 local youth. Interns learn industry skills for creative fields as well as important leadership skills to carry with them later on. We are impressed by their ability to support so many youth with relevant and quality programming. Many thanks to Project Level for assisting so many youth in our community!
Internships at Code Tenderloin/LinkedIn
Video of Workshop
Video of Workshop
Workforce Tour at Pier 39
Chamber Board member Taylor Safford, CEO of Pier 39, hosted a visit of high school students to the pier on Monday. Youth toured the pier, spoke with many small business owners, learned how businesses are run, and received tips on how to succeed in professional environments. Many thanks to Pier 39 for helping educate local students on what it takes to get and succeed in the workplace!
Video of Tour
For more information on the larger city-wide effort, please visit the Opportunities for All homepage at www.opps4allsf.org.