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Chief Suhr & SF.CITI Announce 2nd Annual Future Grads Internship Program
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Posted Date: 6/20/2013

POLICE CHIEF GREG SUHR AND SF.CITI ANNOUNCE 2nd ANNUAL

FUTURE GRADUATES SUMMER TECH INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

WHAT: San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr and sf.citi Chairman Ron Conway will announce 2nd

annual Future Graduates Summer Tech Internship Program.

WHEN: 11am Friday, June 21st - please allow time for security check beforehand.

WHO: SFPD Chief Greg Suhr

Deputy Chief Lyn Tomioka, SFPD Command Staff, SF Police Foundation

sf.citi Future Graduate Summer Tech Interns (SFUSD Students)

Industry leaders from SF based technology companies participating in program

Alex Tourk, Managing Director sf.citi

WHERE: 925 Mission Street, Suite 109 (SF Chronicle Building)

San Francisco, CA 94103

A partnership between the San Francisco Police Foundation and San Francisco Citizens Initiative for

Technology and Innovation (sf.citi), Future Graduates summer tech internship program enhances youth

access to real world job training, placing students at SF based tech companies in paid summer internships.

Twenty SFUSD high school students, ages 14-18 will participate in internships at eleven innovative San

Francisco-based (sf.citi member) technology companies: Pathbrite, Relevance, Black Girls Code, Sincerely,

Cloudera, Stumbleupon, Unified Social, Appallicious, MsJones Design, Exygy, Nudge Technology, and

Shasta Crystals Inc. The eight-week program begins June 21st with a Pathbrite digital portfolio orientation.

As last year, each student will receive a $1,250 internship stipend funded by a $25,000 sf.citi grant.

San Francisco Citizens Initiative for Technology and Innovation (sf.citi) is an organization created to

leverage the power of the technology community as a force for civic action in San Francisco. sf.citi

supports innovative policies and works collaboratively with government to find new solutions to historic

problems facing San Francisco, and promotes of tech sector interests and growth. Over 600 San Francisco

based technology companies and organizations are members of sf.citi.

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