The application for our 2013 Summer Session is NOW AVAILABLE. It is due by Friday, April 19th at 5pm.
***There are 3 ways to complete and submit your application to us:
1) DOWNLOAD: Download your application here, complete all questions and essays, and turn in to us at our office. You can mail it or bring it in person but it MUST be in our office by our deadline in order to be considered.
2) ONLINE: Complete an online application here. THEN complete a Required Documents Packet (RDP) that can be downloaded here or picked up at our office. Application and RDP must be received by our deadline.
3) IN PERSON: Pick up a copy of the application from our office, complete it, and return in person or by mail before our final deadline.
Our office is located at 2012 Pine Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco. Office hours: Monday through Friday: 9am-5pm
***FINAL DEADLINE is FRIDAY, APRIL 19th at 5pm***
ALL applications and other materials MUST be submitted by the deadline in order to be considered for the Summer 2013 session.
Please contact us at 415-202-7911 or email@example.com with any questions about the application process.
Thank you for your interest in becoming a SF YouthWorks intern!
In order to be eligible to participate in SF YouthWorks you must:
- Be a resident of San Francisco
- Attend high school in San Francisco
- Be in or entering the 11th, or 12th grade
- Have time in your schedule to work a minimum of 16 hours per week (during the summer session). Most internships take place between 9am and 5pm on weekdays.
How do I apply?
SF YouthWorks has two application cycles: one in the fall, for the school year session, and one in the spring, for the summer session. Please check our website for the application at that time.
You can contact us at 415-202-7911 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about our internship program.
“YW has been an outlet for me to get motivation and inspiration. It has helped me to be a respectful, mature and brighter person. My mentor has shaped my life for the better.” — Janicia Barfield, YW intern
“It is a one of a kind program in San Francisco. It teaches its interns to be responsible and to think about their careers. My mentor has really helped me to understand how to manage my time better and do new kinds of tasks.” — Sammy Kha, YW intern.