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Program NameWebsiteAbout Age Range
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SF Kids - Links to multiple summer programs on this site!!http://www.sfkids.org/summer-programsTake a look at the variety of offerings in San Francisco and around the Bay Area - you're sure to find the perfect place for your child to spend the summer. Many of the camps and enrichment classes provide scholarships and financial assistance so that all children can attend. Many also provide full lunch and snacks, so your child will be full and ready to play and learn.A variety of programs for kids of all ages.
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826 Valenciahttp://826valencia.org/our-programs/summer-at-826/826 Valencia is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting under-resourced students ages six to eighteen with their creative and expository writing skills and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Summer at 826 includes writing workshops, Exploring Words Summer Camp, and The Young Authors’ Workshop.Ages 6-18 yrs
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Aim High https://www.aimhigh.org/Aim High creates life-changing opportunities during the summer and beyond. Our community: Nurtures the promise and potential of middle school students from low-income neighborhoods. Prepares students for high school, setting them on the path to college and future success. Inspires the next generation of teachers and educational leaders.Apply as 5th & 6th graders
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Black Star Summer Programhttps://tinyurl.com/blackstarsummerThe Black Star Summer Program is a FREE opportunity for SFUSD rising 9th graders to get a jump in success in high school and beyond. The three and a half week program will focus on African American cultural identity and project-based learning supported by the nationally acclaimed MESA programRising 9th graders
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Breakthroughhttp://www.breakthroughsf.org/ Breakthrough San Francisco is a tuition-free, academic enrichment program with two parts: a summer program and a school year program (after-school and Saturdays during the regular school year). Apply as 4th graders, there is a number of openings for 5th grade applicants
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Cali Summer Clubshttp://www.calisummerclubs.com/Rooftop's very own Ms. Contreras hosts an amazing summer opportunity for middle school students. At Cali Summer Club we spend our days OUTSIDE in the beautiful Bay Area! Campers spend the week kayaking, hiking, fishing, crabbing, and stand up paddle boarding around Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay. Our counselor’s 30+ combined years of experience and low camper to counselor ratio create a unique environment where campers build confidence, develop leadership skills, and create lifelong memories....Adventure awaits!5-8 grades
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Camp 4Khttps://www.camp4k.com/activitiesCamp activities include Filmaking & Animation; Coding, Design, & Tinkering; Screen Printing, Fine Arts, & Crafts; Culinary Arts; Sprots & Recreation.Ages 7-12 yrs
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Camp Galileo - Summer Quest http://www.galileo-camps.com/galileo-summer-quest/overviewDesigned for burgeoning visionaries, Galileo Summer Quest empowers 5th – 8th graders to take the next step. Campers choose from 13+ immersive majors, picking something they already love or a new area they're excited to explore, then spend the week diving in.5th through 8th grades
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Camp Galileo - @ The Techhttp://www.galileo-camps.com/the-techSummer Camps @ The Tech Museum of Innovation offer both part- and full-day weeklong classes exploring everything from engineering and programming to medicine and cooking. Design your day just the way you like it—one class or two classes, extended care in the morning or afternoon, lunch—our accommodating schedule and wide range of classes make the possibilities (almost) endless.Entering 4th-8th grades
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Collective Impact http://collectiveimpact.org/“Collective Impact stands for working together to create positive change in our communities.” The programs in our organization – Magic Zone, Mo’MAGIC, Ella Hill Hutch Community Center – may focus on different work, but they share a common goal: to create a positive impact on our local communities and the people they support. We partner with other organizations, agencies, and programs who share our vision.A variety of different programs for kids of all ages.
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English Learner Summer Academy @ Everett Middle SchoolFamily Orientation May 3rd, 2017 @ 6pm at EverettWe are excited to offer summer learning to Engligh Learners to ensure that all students leave middle school ready for high school. Students will take literacy and math classes.5-7th ELL students
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The Garden Projecthttp://www.gardenproject.org/The Garden Project’s work empowers at risk young adults through environmentally based job training and life skills programming, while transforming the urban environment. The Garden Project, a nonprofit organization, oversees an environmentally based work training program for San Francisco residents called The Earth Stewards. The program also includes a special summer program and school year program for San Francisco high school students. Paid summer program.Ages 13-17 years
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Golden Gate National Parks Summer Campshttp://www.parksconservancy.org/learn/youth/summer-camps/ Financial aid and scholarships are available! Camp philosophy: We seek to provide children in-depth experiences in our urban environment and local national park. Through a rich combination of outdoor investigation, field outings, and fun hands-on projects, campers learn about important ecological concepts and issues while in a community-building, collaborative setting.A variety of different camps for kids of all ages.
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Jamestown Community Centerhttp://www.jamestownsf.org/summer/ Jamestown offers two sports camps, Summer Playhouse and Summer Voyage. Summer Playhouse is for rising Kindergartens' through rising 5th graders, and Summer Voyage is for rising 6th graders through rising 9th graders. Sports camp is integrated through both camps.A variety of different camps for kids of all ages.
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Mission Graduateshttp://www.missiongraduates.org/programs/extended-day/summer/.Financial aid and scholarships are available! Each week, students will get the opportunity to not only tour new districts and cultures of San Francisco, but also participate in amazing enrichment classes onsite and continue their learning through the summer with hands on STEM projects.6-8th grades.
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MYEEP http://www.myeep.org/apply/MYEEP prepares each youth with a three-month training period designed to help them build competencies and skills so that they will be successful in the workplace. MYEEP provides 60 hours of training through an interactive curriculum specifically written for high school aged youth. Paid pre-employment program!Ages 14-17 years
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Seven Tepees Youth Program https://www.seventepees.org/Seven Tepees has developed a unique support model based on the premise that a long-term investment in the lives of participating youth is essential in order to make a difference in their lives. A comprehensive set of integrated services has been carefully constructed with the goal of achieving lasting individual changes. These support services are delivered through two distinct but complementary programs – The Learning Center Program and the College & Career Program. All youth participate in the program free of charge.Youth join the summer after 5th grade
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SFZoo Zoo Camphttp://www.sfzoo.org/learn/zoo-camp.htmSummer Zoo Camp is the perfect place for your animal-loving child. Campers entering. Ages 4-17yrs
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SFZoo Youth/Teen Volunteer Programhttp://www.sfzoo.org/learn/volunteer.htm#teenThe Zoo supports future conservation action through engaging youth development volunteer opportunities. We have popular summer and year-round programs that are designed to be fun and educational while building job readiness skills and inspiring youth to appreciate, care for, and conserve nature.Ages 11-17yrs
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SF Parks and Rec Workreationhttp://sfrecpark.org/about/jobs/workreation/ Workreation is a student job training and employment program that is an integral part of the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department’s mentor-ship program. The program is designed for teens age 14‐17.This year marks our 56th year of running the program.Ages 14-17yrs
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Summerbridgehttp://www.summerbridgesf.org/ Summerbridge involves a full-time summer academic enrichment session and a school-year academic program. Students attend the six-week summer session over three consecutive summers and spend two years with Summerbridge during the school year. Apply as 6th graders
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SummerGATEhttp://www.summergate.org/SummerGATE is a California non-profit educational corporation established by the San Francisco Association for the Gifted and Talented, for the purpose of providing college-bound students with challenging summer classes.Various programs for K-8
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Wanderers Camphttp://www.wandererscamp.com/index.htmlWanderers is a 1-week outdoor education summer camp for San Francisco Bay Area kids, ages 6-14. A Wanderers day includes hiking, tidepool exploration, natural history instruction, games and fun team-building activities, and time just to use our imaginations and play in the woods or on the beach!Ages 6-14yrs
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YCD Summer Bridgehttps://sites.google.com/view/ycd-summer-bridge-applicationLearn how to improve academic skills, deveop note taking and study skills. Participate in enrichment field trips and career exploration. Earn 2.5 elective credits toward HS graduation. Earn up to $400 in a stipend!Rising 9th graders
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YMCA of SFhttps://www.ymcasf.org/ Summer programs for youth of all ages throughout the SF Bay Area.
A variety of programs for kids of all ages.
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