The Bayview YMCA Workforce Development and Transitional Age Youth Program helps job seekers transition to become self-sufficient adults by providing workshops and case-management through strength based, restorative approaches.
Our programs provide on-site vocational learning services and referrals to partnering training agencies. We work to connect job seekers with the skills and/ or placement needed to obtain and retain employment.
Job seekers looking for employment in the following three fast-growing industries: Culinary and Hospitality, Technology, Health and wellness.
Primed and Prepped
Provides youth with hands-on experience to enhance skills and excel in the culinary arts industry.
Technology and Design
A 12 weeks program to provide youth with the tools needed to be successful within the tech industry while building their design portfolios.
Social Entrepreneurship Guidance
A 16 weeks program develops business plans, including the basics of business finances.
A 12-week course provides students with hands-on community activity project.
MPR Youth Entrepreneurship
A program designed to give youth experience and access to working with the Mayor’s office and civil servant careers.
Case Management and Workshops
This program supports youth with more one-on-one assistance to develop a strong academic and social-emotional skills essential to success in their careers.
The Aquatics Workforce Development Pathway program is an internship that provides leadership opportunities for teens and young adults in our community to help them gain experience, build relationships with peers, and support the community-based work the YMCA of SF provides, through job placements.
At the Y, we invest in helping everyone reach their fullest potential!
We offer workforce training in the form of skill-building, job readiness- training, certifications, paid internships and job placements,