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New Door Ventures

Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Education & Literacy
  • Employment
  • Race & Ethnicity

Location

3221 20th StreetSan Francisco, CA 94110 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

New Door's mission is to prepare opportunity youth for work and life, by providing the jobs, training, education, and support they need to discover and achieve their potential so that they can transition to independent adulthood. Our vision is a world where all young people can successfully transition to independent adulthood.

Description

New Door Ventures is an early intervention Employment and Education Program for Bay Area transition age youth (TAY) youth ages 16-24 who are disconnected from or weakly connected to work and school. Our mission is to prepare TAY for work and life, by providing the jobs, training, education, and support they need to discover and achieve their potential so that they can transition to independent adulthood. With our hundreds of partners, we strive to help young people trapped in cycles of intergenerational poverty and racial inequity attain meaningful employment and academic success. Our program supports BIPOC and low-income TAY with a comprehensive approach: skills training in small, balanced youth cohorts; meaningful paid internships with one of our 100+ diverse community employment partners, with placements reflecting youth interests and capabilities; 1:1 case management; innovative youth compensation structure; support service referrals; opportunities for placement in living wage-track jobs.

Reviews

Would you recommend New Door Ventures?
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by Jody R. from San Francisco, CA (October 31, 2018)
It was interesting to talk about my career, especially with one young trans boy who asked to speak with me after the career panel. I felt I was able to be helpful in encouraging him to pursue a career in the helping professions.
by JOHN D. (May 23, 2018)
it was really a great opportunity to impact the coming generation. The organizers were really professional and well inclined.

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