In this program, students are trained and assessed in skills that provide access to health professions and support. We work with lead teachers to embed our Transition into Independent Living Life-Skills (TILL) job readiness curriculum to develop career ready skills and improve social-emotional learning.
Our team works side-by-side with Burton staff to provide job readiness training, develop WBL opportunities, train and support employers, monitor student progress, and link students to additional support services as needed. We support implementing best practices regarding implicit bias, stereotype threat, growth mindset, and asset-based youth development. The program aligns with SFUSD’s CTE vision and Burton’s community school vision, the Bayview Y manages the implementation of job readiness. We partner with FACES for the Future Coalition (FACES) to ensure students are trained/assessed in skills that provide access to health professions and support.
Associate Director Of Workforce Development
Angela has over eight years of workforce development experience working in nonprofits and as a certified career coach.