Hi, I'm Carlton,Senior Directorof School-Based Clubs. Our team is excited to meet you! We're proud to partner with Gateway Public Schools to provide academic support and tutoring, college and career readiness, community service activities, formal mentoring, independent study, and credit recovery support. We can't wait to see you soon!
BGCSF has a very limited number of spots due to the guidance of the public health order. The number of youth we can accept is very limited and daily attendance is required. Club hours are Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please note that there will be no visitors to the Clubs this winter/spring. Parents/Guardians are required to remain outside the Club for pick-up and drop off.
Our team comes to work every day passionate about offering our Club members high-quality programs in a safe and welcoming environment.
Carlton Eichelberger Senior Director of School-Based Clubs
Tia Parker Virtual Programmer
Deaidre "Dede" White Virtual Programmer
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Volunteers are an integral part of the BGCSF community. Our volunteer program invites individuals and companies to contribute their time and talent to empower San Francisco youth. During this past year, our volunteers stood shoulder-to-shoulder with us as we faced the public health crisis of a lifetime.
BGCSF stands for peace, equity, inclusion, and opportunity for all people. We believe we are better in every way through greater diversity — wiser, stronger, more creative, more resilient, more talented, more impactful, and more aware. BGCSF stands in solidarity with our Asian-American and Pacific Islander youth, BGCSF colleagues, partners, friends, and family.
In light of the alarming hate crimes against Asian Americans in the Bay Area and across the country, Tenderloin Clubhouse Director Michael Vuong reflected on his response in both his personal life and with the youth he serves.