Providing young people access to paid jobs is
the cornerstone of Enterprise’s work
Enterprise for Youth empowers under-resourced
San Francisco youth to reach their potential through transformative paid internship experiences supported by a community of employers, caring adults, and peers.
Enterprise is a central employment resource, where youth learn job-readiness skills and soft skills — and practice those skills in supportive, paid internships. Through ongoing professional development workshops, youth connect career goals with postsecondary education through college coursework at City College of San Francisco, while building a strong network of peers, colleagues, and mentors. Our multi-year model allows youth to develop their resumes during high school through paid work experience and training opportunities in the fields of healthcare, technology, art/architecture/design, financial and legal services, government and nonprofit, entrepreneurship, environmental stewardship, communications, and retail.
View the video to learn about the impact Enteprise has on youth who have participated in our programs.
Enterprise for Youth seeks volunteers on a rolling basis for our virtual youth programs. Volunteers can sign up to help with conducting mock interviews, resume support, cover letter support, or mentorship.
Our work is possible with the support of partners like you. Sign up to help give youth opportunities to feel empowered, uplifted, and hopeful in their personal and professional futures.
DONATE TO ENTERPRISE FOR YOUTH
Your donation to Enterprise for Youth will support our mission to empower under-resourced San Francisco youth to reach their potential through transformative paid internship experiences supported by a community of employers, caring adults, and peers.
The Beginning of Enterprise
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"I am so grateful that Enterprise has been doing this work for so many years and has not given up hope in the youth of our community. If we do not invest in young people, what kind of future will we have?"
—London Breed, Mayor of San Francisco