sf.citi member company Dropbox has adopted Mission High School through our Circle the Schools program. They are already making a huge impact: tutoring students in math, opening their office to... read more →
The Tech Connection offered 50 small business owners and 50 tech professionals the opportunity to meet and build relationships in a “speed dating” format. Moderator Mark Farrell, member of the... read more →
In March 2013, sf.citi launched a partnership with Project Homeless Connect to encourage member companies and their employees to donate their time, talent and energy to innovate PHC's operations and... read more →
sf.citi member company SparkAmerica created a technology curriculum program to be implemented in the public school system - one of the first in the country. The program, Youth Startups, debuted... read more →
SMARTmuni, a new application developed by a team of local transit advocates designed to improve day-to-day MUNI operations, monitor system issues and communicate in real time, making MUNI faster, safer... read more →
On April 3, 2013, sf.citi and the Small Business Network of San Francisco convened a panel of business and city leaders to discuss partnership opportunities between San Francisco's tech and... read more →
Future Graduates, a program launched in 2012 by sf.citi and the San Francisco Police Foundation is dedicated to helping San Francisco high school students graduate and prepare for future careers.... 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.