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Skai™ Summer College Internship Program Helps Local Students Explore Opportunities in Tech

September 15, 2021

This blog was originally published on Skai.io This summer, Skai™ ran its first formal internship program in San Francisco—the location of its Americas headquarters. Candidates submitted applications for a paid position to get hands-on experience working alongside industry-leading talent and innovators in tech. The four chosen Marketing Technology Interns worked for three months with several Skai™ business […]

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The Ed Fund Partners with the City and Community Agencies to Shine Light on the Community Hub Initiative in New Case Study

July 5, 2021

This press release was originally published on sfmayor.org The City will fund child care providers and educational programs to help minimize the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on San Francisco’s youth San Francisco, CA — The City budget proposed by Mayor London N. Breed and recently agreed to by the Board of Supervisors includes an investment […]

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a child drives in a car they call school, on the road named Education

August 20, 2020

By Nam Nguyen~Inspired by Leon Chou Headlights flicker    Clouds of exhaust contaminate the air as the engine begins to crumble Honks fill the atmosphere with confusion and discord Static reverberates within the car No news, no music, nothing new, only the road The 1971 Chevrolet, paralyzed on the side of the road limited resources and […]

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Tech Support for Teachers, Students, and Families

August 7, 2020

In collaboration with SFUSD, the San Francisco Education Fund has recruited tech volunteers to provide 1-1 phone and video support on basic questions about Zoom, Google Meet, Google Classroom, and Seesaw.  Sign up here. Volunteers can support you for up to 30 minutes.  Appointments begin Wednesday, August 12th and you can sign up today!  We are also offering these tech appointments to […]