Comprised of five programs that aim to develop youth academic achievement, financial independence, college advancement, career development, and physical fitness.
AT&T Computer Clubhouse & Tech Academy is a collaboration with AT&T, Intel, Adobe, and the Boston Museum of Science to help youth acquire the technological tools necessary for personal, academic and professional development. For more information, please contact Hiu Nam Cheung - IT Specialist/Clubhouse Coordinator at 415.775.2636, ext 219.
After School Community Enrichment (ACE) Program at Redding Elementary, Garfield Elementary, and George Moscone Elementary sschools serve youth from each indiviudal school on a daily basis in the areas of academic assistance, recreation, and enrichment. Utilizing a club model, the programs focus on three areas of enrichment: interest clubs ( cooking, video production, gardening, and girls soccer); language clubs (Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, and Indian); and academic clubs. Each site is designed to support the children and families of their school. ACE also strives to incorporate community involvement as a key component of its program. The programs run Monday through Friday after school. For more information, please contact Site Coordinators Fong (Phung) Marcolongo for Garfield Elementary, Eric Ng for George Moscone Elementary, or Christian Santomauro for Redding Elementary at 415.775.2636.
After School Enrichment Program at Francis Scott Key Elementary is a fee based program serving K-1 students. We offer homework assistance, recreation, and enrichment activities. The program runs Monday through Friday after school. For more information, please contact: Emily Lee - Site Coordinator at 415.775.2636.
Elementary School Summer Program provides a six-week, day-long academic, enrichment and recreational program for children starting 1st grade in the Fall 2013 to fifth graders who have been promoted and starting sixth grade in Fall 2013 at serval locations in San Francisco. For registration and enrollment details check this website in March for further information, or contact Vicky Chung-Louie – Project Manager at 415.775.2636, ext 217.
Newcomer Club (NCC) provides access to post-secondary educational opportunities and educational or career goal planning, life skills building, leadership development, and activities for immigrant high school students in six San Francisco high schools (Galileo, Abraham Lincoln, Thurgood Marshall, Mission, San Francisco International, George Washington). In an effort to improve high school retention rates for participants, the program includes educational tutorials, academic case management, school-based support groups, lifeskills workshops, and community service and volunteer opportunities. For more information, please contact: Annie Tong - Project Coordinator at 415.775.2636, ext 211.
Main Office + Computer Clubhouse
1038 Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
Tel: (415) 775 - 2636
Fax: (415) 775 - 1345
Richmond Employment Office
319 Sixth Avenue, Suite 201
San Francisco, CA 94118
Tel: (415) 752 - 9675
Fax: (415) 752 - 9033
Bayview Branch Office
4438 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94124
Tel: (415) 550-1151
Fax: (415) 775-1345