SFPUC Project Learning Partnership Grants


San Francisco Public Utilities Commission


Project Learning Partnership Grants

This is a courtesy notice regarding solicitation for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s (SFPUC) CS-1018 Project Learning Partnership Grants.  A pre-submittal conference will be held on December 14, 2015, 9:30 a.m., at SFPUC headquarters located at 525 Golden Gate Avenue, 2nd Floor, O’Shaughnessy Conference Rooms A, B, and C, San Francisco, CA 94102.


Project Description

The SFPUC is excited to continue making investments in education by expanding our Project Learning strategy to include partnerships with community-based youth employment programs operating during the summer, academic year, and/or year round programs.

The SFPUC anticipates awarding up to thirty (30) grants (approximately $10,000-$30,000 per grant), totaling up to $400,000, to non-profit community based organizations for projects that provide youth and young adults from disadvantaged neighborhoods and communities in SF with project-based learning opportunities.  Each grantee will administer one or more project-based learning experience(s) for youth and young adults enrolled in an existing  community-based youth program.  By leveraging existing youth programming in the community, these grants will increase the number and diversity of SF youth and young adults meaningfully engaged in project-or-work-based learning opportunities while increasing their awareness and understanding of water, power, and sewer services, environmental stewardship, and civic-community engagement.


CS-1018 Project Learning Partnership Grants $10,000-$30,000 (per grant)

Pre-Submittal Conference:                         December 14, 2015

Submittal Due Date:                                       January 13, 2016


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Submit Questions to:                      RFP@sfwater.org


Thank you and good luck with this and all other future contracting opportunities with the SFPUC.