The Siena Youth Center (SYC) is a cherished non-profit program of the St. Francis Center whose focus is on providing a safe, fun, educational, and active environment for the youth and families in our community through our after-school program, summer camp program, and community center. For the youth, we offer one-on-one tutoring, homework help, youth-led classes that promote literacy,
Safe Passages’ (SP) mission is to disrupt the cycle of poverty by engaging youth and families to build and drive a continuum of services that supports student success and community development. Safe Passages’ work is based on the premises that access to educational opportunities should not be dictated by race or socio-economic status, and that healthy and supported young people are better prepared to learn and succeed.
Mission Graduates increases the number of K-12 students in San Francisco’s Mission District who are prepared for and complete a college education. Founded in 1972, Mission Graduates is committed to getting more youth from San Francisco into college as a means to achieve economic equity for Latinx and immigrant families.
Our story began in 1997 in Silicon Valley, where a grassroots effort of teaching students the important skills not taught in classrooms quickly transformed into the largest teacher-led entrepreneurial program in the world. Today, we are in more than100 countries and have reached more than 750,000 students and have created a full pathway to entrepreneurship from early education to supporting the launch of young entrepreneurs’
AchieveKids is a non profit that operates two highly specialized schools to meet the need of the most complex learners in special education. Through collaborative multi-disciplinary teams we help students find learning for success beyond our doors, creating inclusive communities.