Youth workforce development

DCYF-funded internships, jobs, and training for young people

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About youth workforce development

The Department of Children, Youth and Their Families (DCYF) funds 3 types of youth jobs programs.

  • Youth workforce development
  • High school partnerships
  • Mayor’s education and employment program (MYEEP)

Total funding for youth workforce development: $19,349,000.

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High school partnerships

Job training programs based at SFUSD high schools.

Total funding for high school partnerships: $2,706,000.


Mayor's youth education and employment program (MYEEP)

Job training and paid internships for 9th and 10th grade high school students. MYEEP is for students who have not had a job before.

Total funding for MYEEP: $6,335,000.

MYEEP is run by the Japanese Community Youth Council.

Last updated June 17, 2024