“The impact Enterprise for Youth has had on those coming of age in San Francisco is powerful. It’s the first non-profit to focus on the importance of job experience, and they have changed the lives of over 25,000 young people."
Gavin Newsom, Governor of California

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OUR MISSION

Enterprise empowers young people to prepare for and discover career opportunities. Youth cultivate their individual interests and potential through training, guidance and employment experiences in diverse and supportive learning environments.

OUR MISSION

Enterprise empowers young people to prepare for and discover career opportunities. Youth cultivate their individual interests and potential through training, guidance and employment experiences in diverse and supportive learning environments.

PROGRAMS

Job Readiness

Kickstart your career! In our comprehensive job-readiness training, youth participate in engaging workshops and receive individualized support that prepares them for success in a wide range of work settings.

Internships

After completing job-readiness training, Enterprise youth have the opportunity to explore careers, develop workplace skills, and make connections through diverse internship experiences.


Youth Council

Youth Council is a leadership program in which Youth Counselors gain communication and leadership skills by participating in workshops, supporting Enterprise staff in outreach efforts, representing Enterprise at events, and providing a youth voice to the staff and Board of Enterprise.

Job Bank

The Job Bank is an amazing resource that matches our talented and motivated youth with opportunities at businesses and with individual employers.

PROGRAMS

Job Readiness

Kickstart your career! In our comprehensive job-readiness training, youth participate in engaging workshops and receive individualized support that prepares them for success in a wide range of work settings.

Internships

After completing job-readiness training, Enterprise youth have the opportunity to explore careers, develop workplace skills, and make connections through diverse internship experiences.

Youth Council

Youth Council is a leadership program in which Youth Counselors gain communication and leadership skills by participating in workshops, supporting Enterprise staff in outreach efforts, representing Enterprise at events, and providing a youth voice to the staff and Board of Enterprise.

Job Bank

The Job Bank is an amazing resource that matches our talented and motivated youth with opportunities at businesses and with individual employers.

PROGRAMS

Job Readiness

Kickstart your career! In our comprehensive job-readiness training, youth participate in engaging workshops and receive individualized support that prepares them for success in a wide range of work settings.

Internships

After completing job-readiness training, Enterprise youth have the opportunity to explore careers, develop workplace skills, and make connections through diverse internship experiences.

Youth Council

Youth Council is a leadership program in which Youth Counselors gain communication and leadership skills by participating in workshops, supporting Enterprise staff in outreach efforts, representing Enterprise at events, and providing a youth voice to the staff and Board of Enterprise.

Job Bank

The Job Bank is an amazing resource that matches our talented and motivated youth with opportunities at businesses and with individual employers.

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VISION

Enterprise for Youth envisions that all San Francisco youth are prepared for their professional future and become successful members of society.

VISION

Enterprise for Youth envisions that all San Francisco youth are prepared for their professional future and become successful members of society.

OUR IMPACT

HISTORY

In 1969, Gladys Thacher founded Enterprise for Youth (formerly Enterprise for High School Students) in her living room with the idea of giving young people opportunities that would prepare them for the workforce. Since then, over 20,000 young people have ventured out in our beloved San Francisco to engage in the world of work.

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BY THE NUMBERS

Each year, 500 youth attend workshops that cover topics ranging from interviewing and resume and cover letter preparation to money management skills and conflict resolution.

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HISTORY

In 1969, Gladys Thacher founded Enterprise for Youth (formerly Enterprise for High School Students) in her living room with the idea of giving young people opportunities that would prepare them for the workforce. Since then, over 20,000 young people have ventured out in our beloved San Francisco to engage in the world of work.

learn more

BY THE NUMBERS

Each year, 500 youth attend workshops that cover topics ranging from interviewing and resume and cover letter preparation to money management skills and conflict resolution.

learn more

OUR IMPACT

HISTORY

In 1969, Gladys Thacher founded Enterprise for Youth (formerly Enterprise for High School Students) in her living room with the idea of giving young people opportunities that would prepare them for the workforce. Since then, over 20,000 young people have ventured out in our beloved San Francisco to engage in the world of work.

learn more

BY THE NUMBERS

Founded in 1969, Enterprise for Youth have served over 20,000 young people to date. Each year, 500 youth attend workshops that cover topics ranging from interviewing and resume and cover letter preparation to money management skills and conflict resolution.

learn more

HISTORY

In 1969, Gladys Thacher founded Enterprise for Youth (formerly Enterprise for High School Students) in her living room with the idea of giving young people opportunities that would prepare them for the workforce. Since then, over 20,000 young people have ventured out in our beloved San Francisco to engage in the world of work.

learn more

BY THE NUMBERS

Each year, 500 youth attend workshops that cover topics ranging from interviewing and resume and cover letter preparation to money management skills and conflict resolution.

learn more

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OUR PARTNERS

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Alexandra Quinn
Grants Director
alexandra@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600

Alexandra Quinn is a nonprofit development professional, specializing in institutional giving for organizations in the arts, education and youth development. She has worked in arts and education administration in New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area for over 25 years. While working in the communications department at the de Young Museum, she established the first press programs for high school journalists and encouraged access to all student media outlets. Alexandra has also served as education curator at the Sonoma County Museum and founding program coordinator of The Oxbow School in Napa. She is co-author, with master builder Paul Discoe, of Zen Architecture: The Building Process as Practice. Raised in San Francisco, Alexandra has been an active community volunteer serving on the boards of 826 Valencia, The Tin Man Fund and Transparent Theater, and as a member of the Northern California chapter of ArtTable.

Ariane Trimuschat
Director, San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show
ariane@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x318

Ariane has served as Director of The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show, the major fundraiser for Enterprise, since 2013. Originally from New York City, Ariane has spent over 25 years in marketing, promotions and events. At Condé Nast Publications in New York, she worked for several magazines including Vanity Fair, Bon Appétit, Self and Condé Nast Traveler, creating promotional opportunities for the magazines and their advertisers. In 2000, she moved to California where she brought her background full circle with her love of art, as the San Francisco Director of the national arts organization Gen Art, which supported emerging artists in the fields of visual art, fashion, film and music. Ariane oversaw a team that produced and promoted over 30 major arts programs and exhibits annually.

Cristina Morán
Youth Development Director, OEWD
cristina@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x307

Cristina enjoys helping youth discover their educational and career interests. Originally from Southern California, Cristina moved to the Bay Area to attend UC Berkeley where she earned a degree in English Literature and minored in Gender and Women’s Studies. After graduating, she worked in the tech world as an Executive Assistant at Google. In 2014, Cristina decided to pursue a career in education, earning her master’s degree from Harvard University, where she focused her research on educational counseling and the development of college-going identities. Before joining the Enterprise for Youth team, Cristina worked at alternative high schools as an education specialist, teacher, and mental health counselor. When not in the office, Cristina enjoys spending time with her family, traveling to sunny places, reading autobiographies, and listening to the latest trendy podcasts.

Helen Lee
Program Director
helen@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x320

Helen has been with Enterprise since 2008, where she has worn almost every programmatic hat. She's committed to building capacity within Enterprise, educating herself on youth development principles, and motivating staff to continue developing their skills. Elsewhere in the community, Helen has co-chaired for the San Francisco Youth Employment Coalition, a volunteer driven organization that unites agencies that serve youth who face multiple barriers to employment. Prior to Enterprise, she studied inequities in educational access in China and worked as a college admissions counselor. She earned a BA in Psychology from the University of Chicago and an MA in East Asian Studies from Stanford University. In what free time she has after running after her two children, she enjoys churning ice cream and going to farmers markets.

Joanne Chern
Youth Development Specialist
joanne@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x312

Joanne is from Davis, CA. She has been working with youth since high school, when she first volunteered to lead traditional dance classes at her local Chinese school. Before joining Enterprise, Joanne worked as a tutor at the Princeton Review in Taiwan. She then served for two years as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Malaysia, where she channeled her background in music into developing creative language programming for her students. Prior to living overseas, she graduated from Scripps College with a major in English Literature and a minor in Asian Studies. When not working at Enterprise, Joanne spends her time playing music, disappearing into libraries and bookstores for hours at a time, and experimenting with new recipes.

Kari Schutty
Executive Assistant
kari@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x313

Kari has a background in psychology and education and graduated from Gonzaga University in Spokane. She has experience teaching in K-12 classrooms and spent many years working for a nonprofit helping at-risk high school students attend college. Kari is passionate about food and worked as a chef in Napa. When not being creative in the kitchen, Kari can be found oil painting in her studio or somewhere near the ocean.

Katia Shrayber
Program and Communications Specialist
katia@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x303

Katia got her start as an Enterprise student in 2011 in the Pathways program. After completing the program, one of her first jobs included making a short film for Enterprise’s board. This opportunity ignited a passion for filmmaking which ultimately led to her graduating with a degree in film and digital media and a degree in psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Before joining Enterprise, Katia worked in a beauty store while also working at her university doing social media outreach and marketing for an organization dedicated to helping survivors of domestic assault and sexual violence. At Enterprise, Katia will be working on the development side and slowly transitioning into working directly with the youth. While not at work Katia enjoys playing with makeup, reading celebrity gossip and watching true crime documentaries.

Margan Mulvihill
Marketing & Events Manager,San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show
margan@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x316

Margan has spent her career in the art world, working for museums, galleries and auction houses. Before joining The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show, Margan was responsible for marketing at Jenkins Johnson Gallery, writing press releases and securing local and national press for the gallery artists and exhibitions. Margan planned gallery openings and organized a 5-person panel discussion on women in the arts at a Miami art fair. She also served a local nonprofit as the President of the Board of Directors, and helped plan their annual fundraising auction for 3 years. In addition to loving art, Margan enjoys dancing lindy hop and salsa.

Mario Cruz
Youth Development Director
mario@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x311

Mario hails from Fresno, California, and graduated from the University of California, Davis with a B.S. in Community and Regional Development and a minor in Chicana/o Studies in Spring 2011. As an undergrad, Mario was heavily involved in student resources centers, clubs, and organizations geared towards student empowerment and social justice such as the Educational Opportunity Program, the Student Recruitment and Retention Center, and Alpha Phi Omega. Upon graduating from UCD, Mario moved to the bay area, became an AmeriCorps member as an Academic Advisor in East Oakland, and an advisor for the Upward Bound program in San Francisco. Mario hopes to attend graduate school in the near future, focused on education. Mario is passionate about educational equity, social justice, and young adult development and leadership.

Meghan Smith
Youth Development Director, Summer Jobs Program
meghan@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x315

Meghan believes in working alongside youth to foster skills that will help them excel. Before Enterprise, Meghan worked with youth and children in a variety of settings ranging from a residential home for youth with social and emotional disorders to a Montessori classroom. One of her most prized experiences was volunteering with a peer sexuality education program through a national women’s health organization. She earned her MA Sexuality Studies and her thesis analyzes a piece of education legislation. Meghan’s research expanded her understanding of how certain education policies disregard barriers that many youth face. Workforce development is one area where schools do not fully prepare youth. As she continues her work at Enterprise she hopes to create an engaging environment where young people discover and strengthen their skills and self-awareness. In her free time Meghan takes mini adventures in the Bay Area and taste tests local ice creameries.

Milton Savage
Accounting Assistant
milton@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x314

Milton is a San Francisco native and Enterprise for Youth alum. Thanks to his internships with First Republic Bank in 2015 and 2016, he realized his interest in the field of accounting and finance. After graduating from both high school and Enterprise, Milton stayed in the city to go to the University of San Francisco, where he studies accounting with a minor in computer science. When he heard that Enterprise for Youth was hiring for an accounting position, he knew it was the perfect opportunity to use what he learned from his internships to give back to the organization that gave so much to him. He now works for Enterprise part time as the accounting assistant, while taking a full course load at USF and pursuing his CPA.

Nínive Calegari
CEO
ninive@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x306

Nínive is a veteran classroom teacher whose career had brought her to classrooms in Mexico, in Massachusetts, at Drake High School in Marin and at Leadership High School here in San Francisco. Nínive received her undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Studio Art from Middlebury College as well as a graduate degree in Teaching and Curriculum from Harvard. In 2002, Nínive co-founded 826 Valencia in San Francisco and was responsible for building a national network of youth-serving literacy organizations based on that model. Her founding pedagogy has, now, been replicated by 40 organizations internationally. She also founded and led The Teacher Salary Project, working to improve conditions for teachers.

Shantel Weingand
Finance Director
shantel@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x308

Shantel is a Bay Area native who has been working in accounting and finance for over 10 years. She began her career in the corporate sector and soon realized the importance of being part of the local community, making the transition into not for profit in 2012. She attended San Francisco State earning her B.S. in Business and Finance while working for Enterprise. In her free time she loves hiking, reading and playing tourist in her own back yard.

Samantha Stanich
Event Operations Coordinator
samantha@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x309

Samantha is a native New Yorker who first found herself on the opposite coast in 2012 when she started school at UCLA. As a Communications major with a background in film and media studies, she found herself right at home in the City of Angels. While pursuing her degree, Sam volunteered with a handful of nonprofit organizations that benefited young lives and strove to make the future a more luminous place for all people. Her experiences with these organizations fortified her belief in the necessity of giving back and allowed her to see the benefits of work in the social sector firsthand. Upon graduating, she relocated to Texas where she assumed a development role at Austin Film Festival.
 

TEAM

TEAM

Alexandra Quinn
Grants Director
alexandra@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600

Alexandra Quinn is a nonprofit development professional, specializing in institutional giving for organizations in the arts, education and youth development. She has worked in arts and education administration in New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area for over 25 years. While working in the communications department at the de Young Museum, she established the first press programs for high school journalists and encouraged access to all student media outlets. Alexandra has also served as education curator at the Sonoma County Museum and founding program coordinator of The Oxbow School in Napa. She is co-author, with master builder Paul Discoe, of Zen Architecture: The Building Process as Practice. Raised in San Francisco, Alexandra has been an active community volunteer serving on the boards of 826 Valencia, The Tin Man Fund and Transparent Theater, and as a member of the Northern California chapter of ArtTable.

Ariane Trimuschat
Director, San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show
ariane@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x318

Ariane has served as Director of The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show, the major fundraiser for Enterprise, since 2013. Originally from New York City, Ariane has spent over 25 years in marketing, promotions and events. At Condé Nast Publications in New York, she worked for several magazines including Vanity Fair, Bon Appétit, Self and Condé Nast Traveler, creating promotional opportunities for the magazines and their advertisers. In 2000, she moved to California where she brought her background full circle with her love of art, as the San Francisco Director of the national arts organization Gen Art, which supported emerging artists in the fields of visual art, fashion, film and music. Ariane oversaw a team that produced and promoted over 30 major arts programs and exhibits annually.

Cristina Morán
Youth Development Director, OEWD
cristina@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x307

Cristina enjoys helping youth discover their educational and career interests. Originally from Southern California, Cristina moved to the Bay Area to attend UC Berkeley where she earned a degree in English Literature and minored in Gender and Women’s Studies. After graduating, she worked in the tech world as an Executive Assistant at Google. In 2014, Cristina decided to pursue a career in education, earning her master’s degree from Harvard University, where she focused her research on educational counseling and the development of college-going identities. Before joining the Enterprise for Youth team, Cristina worked at alternative high schools as an education specialist, teacher, and mental health counselor. When not in the office, Cristina enjoys spending time with her family, traveling to sunny places, reading autobiographies, and listening to the latest trendy podcasts.

Helen Lee
Program Director
helen@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x320

Helen has been with Enterprise since 2008, where she has worn almost every programmatic hat. She's committed to building capacity within Enterprise, educating herself on youth development principles, and motivating staff to continue developing their skills. Elsewhere in the community, Helen has co-chaired for the San Francisco Youth Employment Coalition, a volunteer driven organization that unites agencies that serve youth who face multiple barriers to employment. Prior to Enterprise, she studied inequities in educational access in China and worked as a college admissions counselor. She earned a BA in Psychology from the University of Chicago and an MA in East Asian Studies from Stanford University. In what free time she has after running after her two children, she enjoys churning ice cream and going to farmers markets.

Holly Million
Development Director
holly@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x304

Holly Million is an artist, filmmaker, nonprofit leader, teacher, speaker, fundraiser, and writer whose personal passion is empowering people to change their world. Holly has over two decades’ experience in nonprofit management, has been a consultant, director of development, executive director, and board member for scores of organizations, and has raised millions of dollars throughout her career.She is the founder and executive director of the nonprofit organization Artists United (artistsunited.net) which empowers individual artists and unites artists across disciplines for collective good. Holly also has over almost thirty years’ experience fundraising for nonprofits, and over two decades’ experience fundraising for films. Holly is excited to join the Enterprise team where she will oversee individual donors, corporate sponsors, fundraising campaigns, and the Heroes At Work event. Holly has an MA in Education from Stanford University and a BA in English from Harvard University.

Joanne Chern
Youth Development Specialist
joanne@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x312

Joanne is from Davis, CA. She has been working with youth since high school, when she first volunteered to lead traditional dance classes at her local Chinese school. Before joining Enterprise, Joanne worked as a tutor at the Princeton Review in Taiwan. She then served for two years as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Malaysia, where she channeled her background in music into developing creative language programming for her students. Prior to living overseas, she graduated from Scripps College with a major in English Literature and a minor in Asian Studies. When not working at Enterprise, Joanne spends her time playing music, disappearing into libraries and bookstores for hours at a time, and experimenting with new recipes.

Kari Schutty
Executive Assistant
kari@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x313

Kari has a background in psychology and education and graduated from Gonzaga University in Spokane. She has experience teaching in K-12 classrooms and spent many years working for a nonprofit helping at-risk high school students attend college. Kari is passionate about food and worked as a chef in Napa. When not being creative in the kitchen, Kari can be found oil painting in her studio or somewhere near the ocean.

Katia Shrayber
Program and Communications Specialist
katia@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x303

Katia got her start as an Enterprise student in 2011 in the Pathways program. After completing the program, one of her first jobs included making a short film for Enterprise’s board. This opportunity ignited a passion for filmmaking which ultimately led to her graduating with a degree in film and digital media and a degree in psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Before joining Enterprise, Katia worked in a beauty store while also working at her university doing social media outreach and marketing for an organization dedicated to helping survivors of domestic assault and sexual violence. At Enterprise, Katia will be working on the development side and slowly transitioning into working directly with the youth. While not at work Katia enjoys playing with makeup, reading celebrity gossip and watching true crime documentaries.

Margan Mulvihill
Marketing & Events Manager,San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show
margan@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x316

Margan has spent her career in the art world, working for museums, galleries and auction houses. Before joining The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show, Margan was responsible for marketing at Jenkins Johnson Gallery, writing press releases and securing local and national press for the gallery artists and exhibitions. Margan planned gallery openings and organized a 5-person panel discussion on women in the arts at a Miami art fair. She also served a local nonprofit as the President of the Board of Directors, and helped plan their annual fundraising auction for 3 years. In addition to loving art, Margan enjoys dancing lindy hop and salsa.

Mario Cruz
Youth Development Director
mario@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x311

Mario hails from Fresno, California, and graduated from the University of California, Davis with a B.S. in Community and Regional Development and a minor in Chicana/o Studies in Spring 2011. As an undergrad, Mario was heavily involved in student resources centers, clubs, and organizations geared towards student empowerment and social justice such as the Educational Opportunity Program, the Student Recruitment and Retention Center, and Alpha Phi Omega. Upon graduating from UCD, Mario moved to the bay area, became an AmeriCorps member as an Academic Advisor in East Oakland, and an advisor for the Upward Bound program in San Francisco. Mario hopes to attend graduate school in the near future, focused on education. Mario is passionate about educational equity, social justice, and young adult development and leadership.

Meghan Smith
Youth Development Director, Summer Jobs Program
meghan@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x315

Meghan believes in working alongside youth to foster skills that will help them excel. Before Enterprise, Meghan worked with youth and children in a variety of settings ranging from a residential home for youth with social and emotional disorders to a Montessori classroom. One of her most prized experiences was volunteering with a peer sexuality education program through a national women’s health organization. She earned her MA Sexuality Studies and her thesis analyzes a piece of education legislation. Meghan’s research expanded her understanding of how certain education policies disregard barriers that many youth face. Workforce development is one area where schools do not fully prepare youth. As she continues her work at Enterprise she hopes to create an engaging environment where young people discover and strengthen their skills and self-awareness. In her free time Meghan takes mini adventures in the Bay Area and taste tests local ice creameries.

Milton Savage
Accounting Assistant
milton@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x314

Milton is a San Francisco native and Enterprise for Youth alum. Thanks to his internships with First Republic Bank in 2015 and 2016, he realized his interest in the field of accounting and finance. After graduating from both high school and Enterprise, Milton stayed in the city to go to the University of San Francisco, where he studies accounting with a minor in computer science. When he heard that Enterprise for Youth was hiring for an accounting position, he knew it was the perfect opportunity to use what he learned from his internships to give back to the organization that gave so much to him. He now works for Enterprise part time as the accounting assistant, while taking a full course load at USF and pursuing his CPA.

Nínive Calegari
CEO
ninive@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x306

Nínive is a veteran classroom teacher whose career had brought her to classrooms in Mexico, in Massachusetts, at Drake High School in Marin and at Leadership High School here in San Francisco. Nínive received her undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Studio Art from Middlebury College as well as a graduate degree in Teaching and Curriculum from Harvard. In 2002, Nínive co-founded 826 Valencia in San Francisco and was responsible for building a national network of youth-serving literacy organizations based on that model. Her founding pedagogy has, now, been replicated by 40 organizations internationally. She also founded and led The Teacher Salary Project, working to improve conditions for teachers.

Shantel Weingand
Finance Director
shantel@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x308

Shantel is a Bay Area native who has been working in accounting and finance for over 10 years. She began her career in the corporate sector and soon realized the importance of being part of the local community, making the transition into not for profit in 2012. She attended San Francisco State earning her B.S. in Business and Finance while working for Enterprise. In her free time she loves hiking, reading and playing tourist in her own back yard.

Samantha Stanich
Event Operations Coordinator
samantha@enterpriseforyouth.org
415.392.7600 x309

Samantha is a native New Yorker who first found herself on the opposite coast in 2012 when she started school at UCLA. As a Communications major with a background in film and media studies, she found herself right at home in the City of Angels. While pursuing her degree, Sam volunteered with a handful of nonprofit organizations that benefited young lives and strove to make the future a more luminous place for all people. Her experiences with these organizations fortified her belief in the necessity of giving back and allowed her to see the benefits of work in the social sector firsthand. Upon graduating, she relocated to Texas where she assumed a development role at Austin Film Festival.
 

PROGRAMS

Job Readiness

Kickstart your career! In our comprehensive job-readiness training, youth participate in engaging workshops and receive individualized support that prepares them for success in a wide range of work settings.

Internships

After completing job-readiness training, Enterprise youth have the opportunity to explore careers, develop workplace skills, and make connections through diverse internship experiences.


Youth Council

Youth Council is a leadership program in which Youth Counselors gain communication and leadership skills by participating in workshops, supporting Enterprise staff in outreach efforts, representing Enterprise at events, and providing a youth voice to the staff and Board of Enterprise.

Job Bank

The Job Bank is an amazing resource that matches our talented and motivated youth with opportunities at businesses and with individual employers.

PROGRAMS

Job Readiness

Kickstart your career! In our comprehensive job-readiness training, youth participate in engaging workshops and receive individualized support that prepares them for success in a wide range of work settings.

Internships

After completing job-readiness training, Enterprise youth have the opportunity to explore careers, develop workplace skills, and make connections through diverse internship experiences.

Youth Council

Youth Council is a leadership program in which Youth Counselors gain communication and leadership skills by participating in workshops, supporting Enterprise staff in outreach efforts, representing Enterprise at events, and providing a youth voice to the staff and Board of Enterprise.

Job Bank

The Job Bank is an amazing resource that matches our talented and motivated youth with opportunities at businesses and with individual employers.