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Fly to New Heights with SFO's Career Connect
May 17, 2018

News Courtesy of Flynn Bradley SFO Director/Office of Economic & Community Development  

Career Connect College Track

 

(Ages 18-25)

  Take two or more classes at a community college

  Work at SFO 20 hours per week completing clerical/ administrative tasks.

 

 

 

 

For More Information And how to apply

www.flysfo.com/internships

SFOInternships@flysfo.com

Or contact

Internship Specialist

 

SFOs Office of Economic &

Community Development

 

(650) 821-5235

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPLICATIONS DUE BY

 

May 24, 2018

Interested in working at

SFO for $19.24/hour?

What is SFOs Career Connect?

Career Connect is a paid internship meant to help young people gain work experience and gain professional skills.  Interns and Trainees receive job readiness training in communication, time and money management, and transportation and clothing stipends. Interns are hired as Temporary 9920 Assistants to Professionals with the City and County of San Francisco.

Requirements:

  H.S. Diploma or GED

  San Francisco affiliation

  Have no felonies

  Be able to pass a drug screen

  100% commitment to work and program requirements

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Flynn H. Bradley
Director | Office of Economic & Community Development
San Francisco International Airport | P.O. Box 8097 | San Francisco, CA 94128
Tel 650-821-5244| 
flysfo.com

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