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News by tag: Liz Jackson-Simpson

03/07/2017
Building Better Communities – In Our Exec Director’s Own Words

Hear Success Center SF’s Executive Director Liz Jackson-Simpson talk about our goal of helping low income Bay Area adults and youth achieve happiness and success in life.

Tags: employment | Liz Jackson-Simpson | scsf | success center sf | western addition career center | western addition neighborhood access point | workforce development.
10/11/2016
It Pays to Have Friends

Last year during one of San Francisco’s wintry summer days, the Success Center SF had what they were calling a “Friendraiser” at Pier 23. It’s a take on a fundraiser where you bring your friends to introduce them to Success Center. Read what happened next…

Tags: American Marketing Association | Liz Jackson-Simpson | MREF | success center sf | Valerie Camarda | western addition career center.
08/18/2016
Exec Director Liz Jackson-Simpson honored with Hero Award!

The Human Rights Commission of San Francisco presented the prestigious Hero Award to the Success Center SF’s Founder and Executive Director Liz Jackson-Simpson on July 28, 2016 in the Board of Supervisors’ Chambers at City Hall. Read about Liz’s special day.

Tags: Liz Jackson-Simpson | scsf | success center sf | western addition career center.
12/15/2015
Volunteerism: Good for the Soul

Recently, Success Center SF Staff volunteered for the Bay Area Deputy Sheriff’s Foundation Annual Holiday Shopping Spree. The Bay Area Deputy Sheriff’s Foundation takes low income kids shopping twice a year (for back-to-school and holidays). See what happened.

Tags: employment | Liz Jackson-Simpson | western addition career center | western addition neighborhood access point.

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$35 Provides the fees for 1 GED Test.
$70 Provides a clipper transit card for a student.
$100 Provides a new jobseeker with interview attire.
$500 Provides new GED textbooks.
$1000 Provides resources for a new computer.
$5000 Provides a college tour for 10 students.
$10,000 Provides school lunch for all our students for one school year.