Success Center San Francisco, formerly known as the Youth Guidance Center Improvement Committee, was established in 1983 by San Francisco Superior Court Judges to provide educational and employment opportunities to youth in SF’s juvenile detention. Since then, Success Center has grown to serve any youth engaged in the justice system or marginalized individuals at high risk for disconnection from society.
Success Center offers meaningful education and employment services for TAYs (Transitional Aged Youth and young adults, ages 16 – 24) so that they may develop a positive self-image as well as a sense of hope and purpose for their future. With raised expectations for their success, Success Center teaches, guides, counsels, and mentors participants through GED classes, service learning, job-readiness workshops and life skills training with linkages to employment, workforce training and post-secondary education.
Success Center offers services such as:
High School Diploma
Job training & Career Readiness
Assistance for those involved with the justice system.
Source: SuccessCenterSF, July 17th, 2015Share this:EmailPrint