After completing a recovery program, Erika wanted a career that did significant work in the community. Erika’s previous work experience came from animal care and the restaurant industry, but she wanted more than a job and a paycheck.
Jennifer was working two part-time jobs as an Immigration Legal Counselor and a tech support when she first heard of an IT training program through an organization called Dev/Mission. A friend’s sister was an alumni of Dev/Mission’s tech training program and got a job at a tech company.
At Workforce Development, we are lucky to have an amazing administrative aide team and talented interns who keep our office humming. We'd like to recognize their contributions to the team, and share some background information about their their experience working at our office. Our interns and administrative aides are in various training programs that partner with Workforce Development to gain skills that will help them with their career aspirations in San Francisco.
The Office of Economic & Workforce Development's TechSF program nominated Tiffany Apczynski at Zendesk for being a TechHire champion for the White House Summit on “Building the Tech Workforce of Tomorrow.”