Mayor's Youth Employment & Education Program

The Mayor's Youth Employment and Education Program (MYEEP) provides job readiness training, paid work experience, academic support, and personal development opportunities for San Francisco youth between the ages of 14- 17. The program targets youth with barriers to employment. MYEEP is implemented through a collaboration of ten community-based organizations.

The Buchanan YMCA is a collaborative member of MYEEP, a program housed by the Japanese Community Youth Council, and funded by the Department of Children, Youth and Their Families

Training & Academic Support

 

Training 

MYEEP prepares youth for their internships through a series of training workshops. During these workshops, youth will build competencies and skills so they will have the ability to thrive in the workplace. 

Training Areas

  • Communication
  • Time Management
  • Public Speaking
  • Career Exploration
  • Financial Literacy
  • Professionalism 
  • Teamwork 

 

Academic Support

Participants in our School Year Program will receive academic mentorship weekly. Youth will have homework space, access to computers, and one-on-one or small group tutoring. Academic Mentors work with youth to maintain their GPA requirements and teach skills in organization, test taking, and more. 

 

School Year & Summer Schedule

 

School Year Schedule

Program runs from October - April 

8 hours a week internship (January - April)

*Applications due the first week of September of the program year. 

Summer Schedule

Program runs from June - August

20 hours a week internship (June - August)

*Applications due the first week in April of the program year. 

 

School Year Applications 2017-2018

Application Drop off time is Monday-Friday from 4:00PM-6:00PM

Apply Online - Application 

Apply in person - Printable Application 

*Application process ends September 4, 2017

People 

Jenifer Hughes
415.292.3016

Developing teens through Workforce Development, Civic Engagement, and After School programming. Working within the Western Addition/Fillmore community hoping to bring new experiences and opportunity to its young people.