Teen Art Connect Internship

Teen Art Connect brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds for a year-long paid internship at The Contemporary Jewish Museum. Interns explore art and culture while developing self-reliance, leadership skills, and job readiness skills. Students from all Bay Area high schools, entering grades 10–12, during fall 2015, are welcome. Find out more and apply! Read More

The 18th Annual Bringing the Noise for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Monday, January 19, 20157:00 pm Nourse Theater San Francisco, CA Every year, Youth Speaks gathers the community to celebrate the ongoing life and legacy of Dr. King. Our celebration — Bringing the Noise for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. — is not a reenactment of speeches, a slideshow, or a polite revue of well-honed platitudes. It is… Read More

Youth Arts Summit, December 6

The Summit convenes young artists from numerous bay area youth arts organizations to exhibit, perform, and lead workshops each December. Youth leaders and representatives from these organizations collaborate in both the planning and execution of the Summit. The relationships built through this process often result in additional collaborative projects throughout the year during the POP… Read More

Drag and the Fluidity of Gender Free Event

Friday, November 14 | 6–10pm Gender, like many aspects of identity, is fluid. It is not something that should feel constrictive, but rather an opportunity for expression, a deepening of one’s personal truth and understanding of themselves. Drag has a rich culture and history predicated on just this. Join the Q, with special guest and… Read More

Kavod Crew

The Kavod Crew is the YouthFirst volunteer program for teens who would like to become more active in the Jewish community. There are monthly service learning events addressing the needs of diverse communities in San Francisco, the Peninsula, and Marin County. Activities include holiday outreach, visiting seniors, delivering meals to JFCS clients, and much more!… Read More