The Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) is seeking proposals from qualified Service
Providers to assist SHA in providing year-round youth development programming for youth living in SHA housing.
. The program shall initially serve middle and high school-aged youth from culturally, ethnically, and economically diverse families, with priority given to residents of the High Point and NewHolly communities, as well as for youth living in SHA housing surrounding these communities.
The focus will be on providing career readiness/exploration activities, college preparation activities, internships, and afterschool activities. Service Provider(s) may propose to serve one or both communities. It is anticipated that strong proposals will include multiple organizations partnering to provide services
with each bringing their particular expertise. SHA encourages new and varied agencies and organizations to submit proposals.