Seven Tepees Youth Program

Committed to youth since 1995

San Francisco, CA   |  www.seventepees.org

Mission

Our mission is to work with urban youth entrusted to our care to foster the skills they need to make lifelong positive choices and to create their own opportunities for success.

Ruling year info

1996

Executive Director

Mr. Anthony Mickens

Main address

3177 17th St

San Francisco, CA 94110 USA

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EIN

94-3231059

NTEE code info

Youth Community Service Clubs (O51)

Single Organization Support (O11)

Environmental Education and Outdoor Survival Programs (C60)

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The Learning Center

The Learning Center serves low-income students from San Francisco’s most under-resourced neighborhoods: the Mission, Potrero Hill, Bayview/Hunter’s Point, Outer Mission, and Excelsior. Youth in these communities face many challenges, including poverty, immigration status, homelessness, parental neglect/abandonment and/or being a caretaker for younger siblings.

Many Tepees’ students attend underperforming schools with low test scores and graduation rates, and 98 percent are Latino and/or African American, two groups historically underrepresented in higher education and statistically at greater risk than others for school failure. All are in need of additional support and are often referred to Seven Tepees by a school teacher, counselor, or administrator due to the high risk of dropping out of school.

Seven Tepees’ comprehensive integrated services offer support and engagement through two distinct but complementary programs. The Learning Center, located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District, is an engaging place for youth after school and during the summer. For many, this is the safest place they have in their lives – where they can do their homework, receive tutoring, be with friends, explore new activities, participate in counseling groups, meet with an individual counselor and learn healthy living practices, all while being supported by staff who know them and care about their growth and well-being. At the Learning Center youth engage in environmental stewardship, academic support and enrichment, career preparation and exploration, paid internships, mentoring, leadership development, field trips and community service opportunities after school and during the summer. Upon successful completion of the high school Learning Center Program, they are eligible to receive a scholarship of up to $5,000.

Population(s) Served

The College and Career Program, implemented within a public, under-resourced high school and at the Learning Center, prepares students for life after high school, including college attendance and job readiness. The program steadily increases the number of first generation college students by promoting a “college-going culture” at school and within families. While Seven Tepees emphasizes the importance of academic achievement, unlike other college access programs, there are no minimum academic requirements for participation.

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Financials

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Seven Tepees Youth Program

Board of directors
as of 12/04/2017
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

The Honorable Daniel Weinstein

fmr. Superior Court Juvenile Judge

Daniel Weinstein

fmr. Superior Court Juvenile Judge

Hully Fetiçó

Francis Fernandez

Steven Grandin

David McMonigle

Adam Handlos

Christina Hall

Susan Blake

Lana Costanini

Bob Debs

Ivy Fine

Tamara Marlett

Joseph McMonigle

Francis Scarpulla

Joey Toboni

Gayle Cahill

Robert Kostow