Asian Pacific Islander Youth Leadership Council (APIYLC) is a leadership program within the Community Youth Center of San Francisco. APIYLC provides weekly workshops that encourage leadership development, social awareness, and civic engagement in API youth. These workshops will touch on social issues by addressing specific topics such as race and gender, issues in the queer […]

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APISBO provides recruitment, referral and conflict mediation for in-risk Asian and Pacific Islander low-income youth with cultural/language barriers ages 14-25 facing multiple risk factors. Recruitment and referrals service are available at Galileo, Burton, Washington, and Lincoln high schools, CYC branch offices, Chinatown YMCA as well as at community events. Under the supervision of the Project […]

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BYA is comprised of a group of multicultural young people living or going to school in Bayview Hunters Point or District 10. BYA is committed to reducing violence, creating harmony and understanding through outreach, education, and advocacy. Youth participate in weekly after school multicultural leadership workshops and volunteer in monthly community events. Through BYA, youth […]

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ISCS provides community based intensive supervision and case management services as well as behavioral health services (individual and family therapy) for youth ages 11-21 involved in the Juvenile Justice Systems. Program emphasizes positive development opportunities through individual and family counseling, youth and parent education, court advocacy, information and referral, life and job skills training, and […]

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NCC provides support to youth who are English Language Learners by equipping them with life skills and knowledge to successfully acculturate in the United States socially and academically. We provide lunch support group at six different pathway high schools, academic assistance, peer leadership training, 1:1 check-in (on as-need basis), and community service opportunities. The 2018-2019 […]

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PYEP is for at risk youth age 10-21 and their families who face multiple barriers to provide them with resources and mentorship to ensure success in life. Engages youth to improve skills in life, promote cultural awareness and leadership opportunities. 1:1 case management- monitor youth academic performance and attendance to prevent truancy on school site […]

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RISE UP! provides 2 years of wrap around services to Transitional Aged Youth who are English Language Learners and equips them with skills and knowledge to navigate through post-secondary education and workforce systems. Staff provide 1:1 case management, Individual Action Plan (IAP), Job Readiness Training (JRT), Social and emotional learning (SEL) workshops and internship experience. […]

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