Opportunities

CCSF offers several specialized workforce programs and initiatives in collaboration with our partners and funders. Please click on the links below to find out more about these opportunities.

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship provides the opportunity for students to earn and learn and employers the option of recruiting from a diverse pool of qualified candidates. The earn and learn model prepare students for careers by combining classroom instruction and on-the-job training.  Through apprenticeship students have the flexibility to learn new skills and earn a living at the same time.

Learn more about Apprenticeship & Preparation

CityBuild

CityBuild Academy is a pre-apprenticeship construction program. CityBuild Academy is administered in partnership with the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development, City College of San Francisco, community non-profit organizations, labor unions, and industry employers.

Learn more about CityBuild 

Healthcare Bridge

The Healthcare Bridge Program at CCSF is designed to offer those interested in exploring the healthcare field with foundational skills training that prepares students to succeed in one of the many Healthcare Certification Training programs at CCSF.

Learn more about Healthcare Bridge 

MakerSphere

Do you love building and working with your hands? Are you interested in earning $15/hr as a Maker intern either on campus or off?

Learn more about MakerSphere

TechSF

City College’s TechSF program provides support for students pursuing career pathways in Computer Science, Networking and Information Technology, Broadcast Entertainment Media Arts, and Visual Media Arts. The program provides students with support during training and assistance with job search and internship placement.

For more information, contact Steven Nelson, City College Employment and Training Specialist, at snelson@ccsf.edu

Working Adult Degree Program

The Working Adult Degree Program (WADP) is an accelerated degree program for Working Adults. Following the set curriculum, WADP students taking 10-12 units a semester, plus two courses in the summer, earn three specific degrees in under three years. The WADP is a cohort based learning community. Students remain together through the program, helping each other succeed. 

Learn more about Working Adult Degree Program