Congratulations to the graduates of the Code on Point program.
Working with the TAY population has been intrinsically rewarding, with each interaction, good or bad, helps me realize how valuable this work is, and how much our services are appreciated and needed. This rings particularly true with one young man, Jesus Lopez, who has proven that failure is never fatal.
A room of young adults, two non-profits, and a tech company. These were the stars at Google’s San Francisco office on Monday, June 26th. More specifically the eager young adults stemmed from San Francisco’s very own Success Center San Francisco’s (SCSF) Job Readiness Training and “Code On Point” programs, along with students from San Francisco Conservation Corps (SFCC). The goal of the day was professional development.
There are a select group of people on the planet whose name somehow delivers some truth about their character. Some are given those names on purpose, and some are serendipitously born with them. 23 year-old Eva Baker is among the latter…