We Are the City Spotlight: Japanese Community Youth Council

Child Development: Chibi Chan Preschool and Chibi Chan Too

Youth Development: Japantown Youth Leaders (JYL)

Youth Workforce: Mayor’s Youth Employment and Education Program (MYEEP)

College Access: JCYC Educational Talent Search (JCYC ETS)

JCYC was the Fireside Chat guest at DCYF’s April All Staff meeting. We had a wonderful discussion with JCYC’s Executive Director Jon Osaki, JCYC’s Director of Youth Workforce Programs Alvin Woo, and JCYC’s Program Director Erika Tamura. Check out a video of the Fireside Chat here.

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Making San Francisco a great place to grow up, DCYF has led the City's investments in children, youth, TAY and their families since 1991. www.dcyf.org

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