Make Your Saturday Matter – Volunteer! - United Way Bay Area
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Make Your Saturday Matter – Volunteer!

January 22, 2018

We’re thrilled to host the annual Mayor’s Youth Jobs + Resource Fair on Saturday, March 17th. During this day-long job and resource fair, we offer wraparound support services to put underserved youth on a path to economic security. Together with our Mayor’s Youth Jobs+ partners, corporate sponsors and volunteers, we’re excited to offer hundreds of youth:
-mock interviews
-workshops on affordable housing, workplace rights, nontraditional career paths and communication techniques
-resource tables offering support on re-entry, mental health and more
-resume writing and review
-paid jobs and internships
-a special performance by community activist and hyphy legend Mistah F.A.B.



We’re seeking volunteers to help in a variety of roles at the fair:
-Set up
-Dress to Impress Clothing Booth
-Mock Interviews
-Resume Review
-Youth Navigator
-Clean up

Please visit our calendar to see more details and sign up today!

Saturday, March 17th, 2018
10 AM – 3 PM
Hilton Hotel
333 O’Farrell Street
San Francisco, CA


About the Mayor’s Youth Jobs+ Initiative

Mayor’s Youth Jobs+ is a city-wide program to help young adults (ages 16-24) find employment. Since 2012, we have provided over 35,000 youth with jobs and work opportunities.

This initiative is a partnership between the City of San Francisco, United Way Bay Area, the Department of Children, Youth & Their Families, the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the San Francisco Unified School District, youth-serving nonprofits and hundreds of San Francisco businesses. This one-day annual event is a part of the Mayor’s Youth Jobs + program, and is hosted by United Way Bay Area.



Special thanks to the following companies and organizations for their generous support:




Presenting Partner



Platinum Partners





Gold Partner



Supporting Partner



National Partners

Thank you for supporting DCYF and the City of San Francisco as one of 10 cities nationwide focused on developing education and career opportunities for urban youth.