Thank you for your interest. We are no longer accepting applications from organizations for #SacYouthWorks Fall.
The deadline was Saturday, September 19th at noon.
#SacYouthWorks Fall: Empowering Youth to Connect, Learn, & Earn Funding Opportunity for Sacramento
The Youth & Family Collective is excited to partner with the City of Sacramento and citiesRISE to continue #SacYouthWorks, a work-based learning
program for youth and young adults ages 12 -24 to address the impacts of COVID-19.
The City has allocated $1.3 million through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to support youth and young adults in
connecting to paid, service and work-based learning experiences this fall while contributing to the City of Sacramento’s COVID-19 relief efforts.
#SacYouthWorks CONNECTS vulnerable youth and young adults to meaningful opportunities to LEARN critical college and career readiness skills,
EARN money for financial support, and THRIVE through youth development and mental wellness supports.
In exchange for 40 hours of service, youth will earn a stipend of up to $500, depending on their age group. Participating organizations will receive
$500 per youth to cover the cost of administrative support and other expenses. Shared training resources will also be available to all participating
organizations to help organizations meet the 40-hour service.
For the list of Fall Grantees click the link below. You may also get updates on the program by following the Youth & Family Collective Facebook page:
For questions about the #SacYouthWorks Program, Contact: