Youth

A safe haven is necessary for youth to flourish and transform into the future leaders, professionals, and activists of San Francisco. Arriba Juntos offers support through Power Up Youth programs, all with the objective of making opportunity available through education and mentoring.   

 
 

Youth Employment Services

Youth Employment Services (YES) program at Arriba Juntos provides at-risk youth the tools they need to become self-sufficient and maintain a stable lifestyle. The program includes work readiness preparation, life skills workshops, peer-to-peer support, computer skills training, GED preparation, intensive case management, job search and placement assistance, supportive services, information and referrals, and retention and follow up services. All our youth clients receive the customized individual attention and support they need to be able to reach their individual goals.

IPO Employment Program

Interrupt, Predict, and Organize (IPO) for a Safer San Francisco is a violence prevention and intervention initiative initiated by the Mayor’s Office. One of the major objectives is to implement a coordinated service strategy for high at-risk and in-risk individuals in San Francisco’s high crime neighborhoods. This strategy is designed to address early intervention, education, workforce and behavioral health needs. Employment is an essential component in creating an effective violence prevention strategy. The IPO program at Arriba Juntos serves young adults (ages 18-25) and provides intensive job readiness training, case management and barrier remediation.

Transitional Age Youth Employment Services

TAY-YES is a transitional employment program for current or foster youth. Program participants gain valuable work experience and earn wages through their job placement at a non-profit community based organization. In conjunction with subsidized employment placement, participants receive onsite GED/high school diploma instruction with Five Keys Charter School, job readiness classes and supportive services. Case managers work closely with participants to provide a continuum of employment services.

Youth Workforce

Youth Workforce (YW) program provides job readiness training, life skills workshops, peer-to-peer support, computer skills training, GED preparation, intensive case management, job search, job placement assistance, barrier remediation, supportive services and retention services. Program staff with assist and place youth (14-18) into work-based learning opportunities that include paid and unpaid work experience and paid and unpaid internships with various local businesses and other community based organizations. Each youth participant will receive intensive case management services to reach their goals.

 

Additional Programs

English

Health Careers

Technology

Community

The Nursing Assistant, Home Care, Home Health Aide, and Automated Office Skills Training programs have been licensed by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education to operate and offer educational programs for non-accredited institutions. Download our course catalogueperformance fact sheet and annual report.