Written by Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO, Salesforce World Economic Forum Building on the amazing technology innovations of the 20th century that increased computing power and brought us the internet,... read more →
On Monday, June 6, the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) launched several programs which will according to their website “engage,” “educate,” and “employ” young San Francisco teens. According to the authorities, their... read more →
This is an extraordinary time for San Francisco. Long a destination for creative and ambitious people, San Francisco in recent years has also become a magnet for technology entrepreneurs. Seemingly... read more →
San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) has received an additional $6 million in funding from the Salesforce Foundation to expand the district's computer science curriculum and technology resources. This... read more →
Not usually politically involved, Tech companies come together after President Trump's travel ban. The executive order touched a nerve for many tech workers, especially those who immigrated to the U.S to pursue career goals.
Tony Xu, co-founder of food delivery startup, DoorDash, immigrated from China to the U.S. when he was 5, and his family lived on food stamps when they first arrived. Today, DoorDash is valued at about $700 million and employs hundreds of employees and tens of thousands of contractors across the country.
#TBT to last year's Future Graduates Closing Ceremony! We are proud to partner with the San Francisco Police Foundation each year to provide paid summer internships for local high school students at many of our member tech companies.
The program not only prepares students for success and encourages them to graduate high school but also provides our member companies with free student interns throughout the summer. We are excited for this summer's Future Graduates! To learn more about the program and how to get involved contact email@example.com.