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RAMP is a job readiness program that helps San Francisco young adults (18 to 24 years old) connect with career opportunities that match-up with their individual goals and needs.

The central feature of RAMP is a job readiness training program that may include wrap-around support services, classroom-based learning, hands-on team building, physical exercise, substance abuse and mental health services and a work based learning experience. Upon successful completion, youth have the potential of being connected to "next step" employment, training or education opportunities.

The Benefits of RAMP      

 

 ·   Gives youth the opportunity to address barriers to employment within the context of a work environment

 ·  Equips youth with skills and opportunities needed to get on a path towards career success

 ·  Combines job readiness training, a work-based learning experience, educational services, and intensive support

 ·  Provides a gateway to possible careers in construction, landscaping, and more

 

Eligibility Requirements

Youth ages 18 to 24 who have limited work experience and/or have not graduated high school.

In addition, youth must:

·         Reside in a low-income family

·         Be willing to take a drug test

·         Be able to obtain right-to-work documents

 

 

San Francisco Conservation Corps

Building 102 Fort Mason 

San Francisco, CA  94123 

Amber Whitman 

(415) 928-7417 x307 

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