We value our community partnerships and invite you and/or your business to collaborate with San Mateo County Jobs for Youth (SMCJFY) in investing in our San Mateo County youth. Here are some of the ways you can become involved:
-Assistance with screening potential applicants.
-Available recruitment space provided in one of the San Mateo County Human Services Agency offices.
-Post job listings in our job information center.
Please complete our online Job Order form by clicking on ONLINE JOB ORDER FORM below:
If you prefer, we offer a PDF version for you to print, complete and fax. *Please fax a copy of your business license too.
PDF verison is located at the bottom of this page.
Contribute towards the Al Teglia Jobs for Youth Scholarship Fund. In honor of Albert M. Teglia's dedication to the Jobs for Youth program, this fund was created to help provide higher education opportunities for the youth of San Mateo County. This fund continues to create college and vocational scholarships for students who are recognized by the Jobs for Youth Committee. Your donation towards the Al Teglia Jobs for Youth Scholarship Fund helps build a brighter path for our youth.
Please make checks payable to: Jobs for Youth Scholarship Fund
and kindly mail to:
San Mateo County Jobs for Youth
Attn: Fiscal Services
1 Davis Drive, Belmont, CA 94002
The SMCJFY taxpayer ID number is: 94-60000532.
We invite you to donate towards one or more scholarships, join us for our 35th Annual Scholarship Breakfast and help us promote our event to make a difference in the lives of our San Mateo County community. Make your reservations or DONATE TODAY ONLINE via EventBrite
Read more about our 2016 Jobs for Youth Scholarship Recipients: Success Stories
DONATE GIFT CARDS
Each year, Jobs for Youth continues to stirve to expan its programs and offerings to the community. In order to meet our mission and provide services in our community, we rely on the generosity of individuals and business for support. Wtihout the assistance of community-mided individualsjust like you, we wouldn't be able to serve those in our community each year.
If you are able to help us in this effort, we are requesting gift cards in any amount. These gift cards will be raffled amoung students who particpate in various non-paid/volunteer roles. One current example is a focus group to help us evaluate a new tool that will be rolled out in the the coming months. This new tool will modernize our program and help the youth population achieve their academic and career objectives. help us provide incentives to our youth to help us as volunteers throughout the year. Your generous donation is tax deductible. The tax identification number for your donation is 94-6000532. To donate or to learn more, please email Ruby Tomas at Rtomas@smcgov.org
3. HOST A JOB FAIR OR WORKSHOP
Partner with us to host a job fair, on-site recruitment or a workshop on various topics to help our youth advance their careers.
4. GET SOCIAL WITH US
Like us on Facebook! Share our website and/or our San Mateo County Jobs for Youth Facebook Page with your colleagues and family.
5. ENDORSE SAN MATEO COUNTY JOBS FOR YOUTH
We value your partnership and would very much appreciate endorsements from our community partners. Please email us JobsForYouth@smcgov.org
INVESTING IN OUR YOUTH NEWS ARTICLES
Taylor, Blair. (2016, July 20). "Healing Our Communities Through Addressing ‘Opportunity Youth’"
"...Key to this is nurturing young people, ages 16-24, who are neither employed nor in school - many now refer to them as “Opportunity Youth”, given that they represent a sizeable opportunity for America. In the U.S. today, there are more than 5.5 million Opportunity Youth, and many of them live in communities of color. The potential, both for Opportunity Youth and for American businesses, is huge..."
- Belfield, Clive R.; Levin, Henry M.; Rosen, Rachel (January 2012). "The Economic Value of Opportunity Youth"
It is often said that youth are society's future; individuals need to prepare and nurture them if they desire that future to be bright and productive. Yet, with the spotlight currently on slow economic growth and high unemployment across the U.S., there has been little focus on the plight of youth as they transition from school to adult life... These are youth whose potential is not being fully realized--individuals' failure to harness that potential is an opportunity missed. These youth represent a social opportunity, but also an economic one. (Contains 15 tables, 14 figures and 40 endnotes.)
We value your contributions to our San Mateo County community and thank you for investing in our San Mateo County Youth!