The Port of San Francisco (a department within the City
and County of San Francisco – a self-supporting, enterprise
agency overseeing 7-1/2 miles of property along the San
Francisco Bay) seeks proposals for a youth employment program.
The contractor will provide job readiness and on the job training for economically
disadvantaged youth, particularly those who live in areas
adjacent to Port property.
The Program will provide economically disadvantaged and/or at-risk San Francisco youth ages 16 through 24 with paid work experience to help maintain the Port’s property. The Port will award 2 organizations.
The target population are Young adults ages 16 through 18 who are still in high school but not on track to graduate, as well as youth in the juvenile justice and foster care systems; transitional young adults ages 18 through 24 who are out of school with or without a General Education Diploma (“GED”). Transitional young adults may include welfare to work youth, emancipated foster care youth and
college students eligible for federal student grants.