Deadline extended to May 8, 2011.

The San Francisco Youthworker to Teacher Pathway is structured to address the shortage of qualified, highly skilled teachers in San Francisco Bay area schools. The goal of the program is to provide educational support to underrepresented individuals aspiring to educate the youth of tomorrow. The program will help you gain basic college level academic skills at City College of San Francisco (CCSF) in a two year degree program leading to an AA degree and preparation for transfer to San Francisco State University (SFSU). In addition, the program will assist students with employment placement in an after school program to provide students with a paid work experience that can lead to a pathway into the field of education. Besides the academic training, the San Francisco Youthworker to Teacher Pathway program will provide participants with the social support and guidance necessary to achieve their goals. This will include a support system that works directly with each participant to assist them with their academic and social needs, including case management and tutoring.

The SF YouthWorker to Teacher Pathway Offers:


  • Academic Enrichment for College Success
  • Paid work experience in After School Programs
  • Work with Children and Youth


  • Financial Aid and Scholarship Assistance
  • Tutoring Services
  • Learning Cohort
  • Case Manager and Counseling Services
  • Social Support Services (CalWorks, Housing, etc.)


  • AA or AS Degree, BA Degree
  • Youth Worker Certificate
  • Teaching Career or Career in Youth Development/Human Services

Enrollment Requirements:

  • A passion for working with Children and Youth
  • 17 years of age or older (with High School Diploma or working on GED) and Legally able to work in California.
  • TB Test and LiveScan needed for employment (We can assist you!)

Classes begin Summer 2011!

  • Students selected to participate in the program will be required to take the following summer courses:
    • CDEV 67: The Child, Family & Community
    • ET 108B: Practical Mathematics

Deadline extended to May 8, 2011.

For more information, please contact:
Juan Salazar, Student Support Specialist
Phone: (415) 875-0467

Questions? Visit us at CCSF in the MUB, Room 249, or online at



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