“I would never have gotten my first job at Kaiser Permanente San Francisco if it wasn’t for Enterprise. I’ve had the opportunity to witness what a great community Kaiser creates for its employees and clients. These job openings have changed my life for the better and gave me chances to succeed in places where I never would have access if I wasn’t in Enterprise.”
Why become an Enterprise partner and work with our youth?
- Motivated to achieve excellence – our students are hungry for opportunities to contribute. Motivation is one of the most important attributes we look for when admitting students into the program.
- Trained in hard and soft skills – graduates complete a 10 week training program in job skills such as resume and cover letter writing, phone and web etiquette, professional dress and overall workplace professionalism. All graduates learn and practice professional skills such as business communication, customer service, conflict resolution and money management.
- Longevity – Enterprise has been working with the local San Francisco community for almost 50 years. Over 20,000 students have completed our programs.
Ascent Private Capital Management of U.S. Bank
Brettkelly Family Foundation
Buena Vista Neighborhood Association
Clars Auction Gallery
Dodge & Cox
Downey Family Foundation
First Republic Bank Foundation
George Sandy Foundation
Henry Mayo Newhall Foundation
Miranda Lux Foundation
Olympic Club Foundation
San Francisco Community Challenge Grant
San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and Their Families
Sidley Austin Foundation
Stanley Langendorf Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation
“Over the years, we’ve worked with many different non-profit organizations, and Enterprise stands out in the way that it addresses and plans for long-term sustainability, staff development, infrastructure, and other issues that are making Enterprise a healthier, more effective organization right now, and for the upcoming years.”
– Gap Foundation