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×Success Centers’ facilities will be open for appointments only. Click here to schedule an appointment now. Events and programs will continue online.

 

Previous Events

07/22/2021

THURSDAY JULY 22 3-5PM – ONLINE EVENT

Meet with Cannabis Industry Recruiters and Hiring Managers to learn how to sell yourself on paper. Mock interviews to practice and get constructive feedback. These are 20-30 minute sessions that will prepare you for the cannabis job market!

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Ongoing Programs and Events

LOCATED AT THE EETC 1245 HOWARD ST, SF
Open Enrollment All Year Round

Are you interested in getting your high school diploma or G.E.D?
We help you with eduction, barrier removal, one-on-one tutoring, vocational training and much more!

To enroll, contact Teandra Johnson at
tjohnson@successcenters.org (415) 688-7979

Orientation Every Thursday at 10am

FREE 16-week pre-apprenticeship training program featuring hands-on instructions on building homes, equipment, support from case managers, GED/HS diploma classes, transportation assistance, and much more

Must attend an orientation to enroll
Call for more info: (415) 575-0423
For Youth ages 18-24, check out Youth Build

Pathways is an all virtual 16-week program with four tracks to choose from: Construction, Basic Computer Literacy, Job Readiness Training/Life Skills and Art. Every track occurs once a week for 2 hours, with the exception of Arts which will occur twice a week.

  • Construction Fundamentals – Thursdays 9am-11am
  • Basic Computer Literacy – Thursdays 1pm-3pm
  • Job Readiness Training/Life Skills Building – Fridays 9am-11am
  • Arts: Spoken Word, Visual Arts, Music and Film Production – Thursdays and Fridays: 1pm-3pm (Thursdays Theory and Fridays Lab.)

Click here to register online.

For more info: contact mrinaldi@successcenters.org

News

06/28/2021

In June, we celebrated the 2020-21 graduates of our high school/GED, construction, and coding programs. Check out the video!

05/07/2021

In May, we had a memorable night celebrating our work and the people who make it possible. Check out our video of highlights.

04/12/2021

Robin Sohnen, Chief of Innovation and Arts for Success Centers, has announced her retirement as of June 2021. In 1998, she founded Each One Reach One (EORO) to address escalating rates of incarceration among young people of color. She served as Executive Director for more than 20 years…

03/11/2021

COMMUNITY ACTION GRANT CYCLE 4 Applications NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD. APPLICATIONS DUE: Monday November 30th.

01/26/2021

It begins in 2010, when Tyrone Mullins, a public housing resident in San Francisco’s Western Addition, realized the city’s new zero-waste ordinance could be an opportunity to help the environment while…

01/12/2021

In December 2020, Success Centers was named among the recipients of a grant and participation in Microsoft Corp.’s competitive community skills grant program to support professional skills development programs for the community….

12/21/2020

We have a great new friend in Lowe’s! Well known as a leader in home improvement, Lowe’s is equally active in supporting the local community. Recently, they donated 50 beautifully lighted Christmas trees to Success Centers, which we have distributed to our clients throughout the Bay Area.

12/01/2020

We are skilled at working in the community, but did you know that many of us are also accomplished artists and performers? Find out for yourself at Success Centers’ first-ever talent show! Our hard-working staff members will demonstrate personal talents perfect for getting you in the holiday mood.

11/09/2020

COMMUNITY ACTION GRANT CYCLE 3 Applications NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD. APPLICATIONS DUE: Monday November 30th.

11/03/2020

Working at Success Centers as a Service Coordinator comes naturally to me. I have a passion for helping others, and I have helped residents with a variety of things: making phone calls on their behalf regarding social security, medical care, child support, or student loans; inquiring about food bags; signing up families for backpack giveaways and school supplies; and more.

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