Project Learning Partnership Grants (for community-based youth employment programs)

Dec 10th, 2015 | By | Category: RFP's and Funding Opportunities

CS-1018– Project Learning Partnership Grants (for community-based youth employment programs)

Bid due:  01/13/2016; 11:00 AM

Type: Professional Services

Department:  External Affairs


Project Description

The SFPUC is excited to continue making investments in education by expanding our Project Learning strategy to include partnerships with community-based youth employment programsoperating during the summer, academic year, and/or year round programs. The SFPUC anticipates awarding up to thirty (30) grants (approximately $10,000-$30,000 per grant), totaling up to $400,000, to non-profit community based organizations for projects that provide youth and young adults from disadvantaged neighborhoods and communities in San Francisco with project-based learning opportunities. Each grantee will administer one or more project-based learning experience(s) for youth and young adults enrolled in an existing community-based youth program. By leveraging existing youth programming in the community, these grants will increase the number and diversity of San Francisco youth and young adults meaningfully engaged in project- or work- based learning opportunities while increasing their awareness and understanding of water, power, and sewer services, environmental stewardship, and civic-community engagement.


Request for proposal

ESTIMATED COST:   $10,000-$30,00 per Grant

DUE DATE:   01/13/2016

DUE TIME:  11:00 AM


LOCATION:  1st Floor Customer Services, 525 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102

CONTACT:  Contract Services


Pre-Submittal Conference

DATE: 12/14/2015;

TIME:  9:30 AM

ATTENDANCE: Not Mandatory

LOCATION:  525 Golden Gate, 2nd Floor, O’Shaughnessy Conference Rooms A, B, & C, San Francisco, CA 94102

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