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Disabled Students Programs and Services at City College of San Francisco

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50 Phelan Avenue, R323, San Francisco, CA

DSPS provides support services and classes for students with disabilities at City College of San Francisco.

Urban Services YMCA: Truancy Assessment and Resource Center

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44 Gough St, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA

The Truancy Assessment and Resource Center (TARC) is San Francisco's one-stop resource center for truant youth in San Francisco. We provide case management, advocacy, information and referrals, support groups and other support for youth and young adults between the ages of 14-25 years old. In addition, we support parents by connecting them with relevant resource and support groups.

City College of San Francisco: HARTS Program

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50 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco, CA

The HARTS Program serves homeless/at risk students with the goal of achieving success in an academic environment.

Juma Ventures

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131 Steuart St, suite 201, San Francisco, CA

Juma helps break the cycle of poverty by ensuring that young people complete a four-year college degree.

Gateway to College at City College of San Francisco

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50 Phelan Ave., San Francisco, CA

Gateway to College is a program at City College of San Francisco that serves students between 16-20, who have dropped out of high school in San Francisco or may not graduate. Students take courses that help earn credit towards their high school diploma and a college degree or certificate at the same time. Gateway to College is for students who: •Are 16 - 20 years old •Live in San Francisco •Have dropped out of high school (behind in units for age and grade level, to graduate) •Struggled with grades and attendance (GPA generally below 2.0) •Are READY and MOTIVATEDRead more

Northern California Outreach & Admissions: Job Corps

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351 H Avenue, Building 442, San Francisco, CA

Through a nationwide network of campuses, Job Corps offers a comprehensive array of career development services to at-risk young women and men, ages 16 to 24, to prepare them for successful careers. Job Corps employs a holistic career development training approach which integrates the teaching of academic, vocational, employability skills and social competencies through a combination of classroom, practical and based learning experiences to prepare youth for stable, long-term, high-paying jobs.