Community Youth Center of San Francisco

Nonprofit Organization

The Community Youth Center of San Francisco is a non-profit organization consisting of six components

Community Youth Center of San Francisco

Fire Safety & Emergency Preparedness Fair in Visitacion Valley!

Fire Prevention and Emergency Preparedness in your Hands!

Come to this FREE event on Friday, November 15 2019 from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM at Visitaction Valley Strong Families, 50 Raymond Ave, San Francisco, CA 94134. See you there!

San Francisco Fire Department, San Francisco Department of Emergency Management, San Francisco Fire Department Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT), Tzu Chi USA, Visitacion Valley Strong Families and CYC Community Youth Center of San Francisco are providing educational materials and demonstrations on Fire Safety & Emergency Preparedness and Hands-Only CPR.

Community Youth Center of San Francisco

The youth results are in for this year’s Northern California International Dragon Boat Festival...

HS Division A-CYC Lightning 4th Place
HS Division B-CYC Thunder 🥉3rd Place
HS Division C-CYC Storm 🥇 1st Place
HS Open Boy’s-Raw Men 4th Place
HS Open Boy’s-Big Boys 5th Place
HS Open Girl’s-SpiCYC Ladies 🥉3rd Place

Congratulations to our CYC youth boats and all the High School teams for all your hard work and efforts this season!!! #cycsf @ Lake Merritt

Community Youth Center of San Francisco

Congratulations to our CYC Arms of Fury Staff and Parent Team for placing 1st Place in Novice E Division at the 24th Annual Northern California International Dragon Boat Festival!!! Come out to cheer on our CYC High School Teams tomorrow at Lake Merritt!!!

Community Youth Center of San Francisco

CYC is proud to be a part of the SF Community Against Displacement Collaborative (Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, #YCD , Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA), #CCDC, Without Walls) and to endorse Proposition A.

Prop. A would allow the city to rehabilitate or acquire affordable housing in San Francisco. The measure could lead to the construction of about 2,800 new affordable housing units in the next four years.

Please support Prop A! #yesonA #cycsf

Listen to one Bridge Program Alum's experiences as a participant in the Bridge Program. Here's Lucky

Community Youth Center of San Francisco

Through meaningful coalition and community building, we can accomplish so much. Such an amazing turnout for our first annual joint LatinX Heritage Month & Mid Autumn Moon Festival Event! The event featured performances by LionDanceMe, Salvadorian Folkloric, traditional Chinese dances, Francisco Herrera, arts and crafts and so much more. Take a look at some of the festivities!

Thank you so much to our partners Edgewood Families, Wu Yee Children's Services, El Centro Bayview, Good Samaritan Family Resource Center, Joseph Lee Recreation Center, Bay Area Deputy Sheriff's Charitable Foundation, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco Department of Children, Youth & Their Families, San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development, San Francisco Foundation, SF State's Asian American Studies Department, and the Golden State Warriors!

Community Youth Center of San Francisco

ATTN Youth interested in CONSTRUCTION and TRADES!!

The Construction Sector Bridge program is a five week training program targeted at youth ages 17-21 that provides them with the information and services they need in order to apply to CityBuild Academy.

If Bridge Program participants complete our program, they will receive a $100 incentive. CityBuild Academy then trains them in a variety of construction trades and prepares them for a unionized job in the construction sector! For the orientation and training dates, please reference the attached flyer.

For questions and more information please reach out to Jules Litauer Chan at [email protected]


Community Youth Center of San Francisco

ATTN! Young Adults! Get PAID to get job readiness skills!

YAWL (Young Adult WorkLink Program) is an 8-week program, offered after school once a week for 2 hours, that teaches youth and young adults (ages 17-24) job readiness skills such as resume building, cover letter writing, and interviewing skills.

YAWL also includes career exploration, mock interviews, guest lectures, one-on-one job/internship application support, and worksite visits. At the completion of the program the participants will receive a $250 incentive. All participants must attend one the orientation Sept 18 @ 4:30PM.

Minimum Requirements:
Ages 17-24
San Francisco Bay Area Resident
Eligible to work in the United States
Possess language or economic barriers to employment (low income, no work experience, etc.)
For more information please see the attached flyer or email Chloe Yin at [email protected]


Community Youth Center of San Francisco

September 9th, 2019 marks our Bayview Branch Office Relocation Grand Opening! Come to our office located at 5009 Third Street San Francisco, CA 94124 for Information and Referral Services, Seismic Safety & Personal Preparedness, Smart Device Classes, and our Bayview Youth Advocates Program.

Thank you to our wonderful partners for your continuous support these past 8 years and we look forward to our continued work in the community together.

San Francisco Assessor Carmen Chu, District 10 Supervisor Shamann Walton 華頌善, Assemblymember David Chiu, CYC Board Chair Jaynry Mak, Bayview MAGIC, Edgewood Center for Children and Families, San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD), Bayview YMCA, San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco Police Department, I.T. Bookman Community Center, New Breath Foundation, LionDanceMe, Sky Link TV 天下衛視Neighborhood Empowerment Network #cycsf

Community Youth Center of San Francisco

Our community has many questions and it’s imperative we find answers. Please come and be informed! #knowyourrightts #cycsf

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