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  • Board Member Brent Hyder (Salesforce) tells guests of Heroes at Work why he believes deeply in our work Salesforce is a tremendous partner that contributes the full spectrum of its resources to support Enterprise for Youth. From investing in our programs through generous foundation grants to leveraging leadership to participate
  • Six Arts Professionals Share Their Career Paths with Students “Try lots of different things, do what you love, and never be bored.”—Hilary Magowan, Exhibitions Manager, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Curiosity. Experimenting. Open-mindedness. It’s no surprise that a group of professionals working in creative fields encouraged young people to
  • My name is Joanne Yen, and I participated in the Career Exploration internship and the Kaiser Permanente internship this summer. We participated in many career panels and had a chance to expand our knowledge into different career paths. During one career panel, we had a wonderful time getting to know
  • This summer, Enterprise for Youth’s virtual Career Exploration program worked to expose youth to new ideas and fields through the use of workshops, panels, discussions, research, and other activities. As an intern at Enterprise, I joined the youth in the program as they engaged in a government and nonprofit career
  • This summer, Youth Council member and two-time Enterprise intern, Jaida Da Luz, interned on Enterprise’s communications team. As the Communications Director, I requested Jaida join my team because she had a passion for communications and marketing. I am a believer that anyone can learn skills, but it is much harder
  • Enterprise for Youth is the grateful recipient of top-notch analysis by Oliver Wyman, an international management consulting firm, advising us on the strategic expansion of our health and technology career preparation programming. This pro-bono project was made possible by our own Board member (and Oliver Wyman Senior Partner) Ashik Ardeshna.