Bid Opportunity: Request for Qualifications (RFQ) 207

Dear Potential Applicant,

The Office of Economic and Workforce Development (“OEWD”) is proud to issue Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) 207 today, September 22, 2017. Through this Request for Qualifications (RFQ), OEWD is seeking to develop a list of qualified contractors to provide a variety of consulting services related to nonprofit support and capacity building as described in Section E of the RFQ. OEWD will select contractors for future projects from among the qualified respondents to this or other active pre-qualified lists. Selections for future projects will be basked on the competitive qualifications, experience, and hourly rate quoted in the proposals responding to this RFQ.

The full text version of the RFQ including a detailed timeline and application instructions are posted to the OEWD website and available for download at:

Questions related to this RFQ will be accepted through Monday, October 2, 2017 at 12PM local time. To submit a question, email and include “RFQ 207” in the subject line. Respondents may alternatively drop off written questions to the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, 1 South Van Ness Avenue 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA before the deadline noted above.

Complete application packets must be submitted no later than 5:00 P.M. on Thursday, October 12, 2017. No Exceptions.

Please check the above website frequently for additional information concerning this funding opportunity.


Office of Economic & Workforce Development

If you would like to request any documents related to this RFQ in an alternative format, please email or visit the Office of Economic and Workforce Development at 1 South Van Ness Avenue, 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103 between 9:00am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday

Office of Economic & Workforce Development

(415) 701-4848


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Highlights From this Week

* * * Please join us for BMAGIC’s next Convener Meeting * * *
September 19 from 1pm-3pm @
1800 Oakdale Avenue, SF 94124 in the Alex Pitcher Room

b1This month we will be joined by
Chief William Scott & Bayview Captain Raj Vaswani
of the San Francisco Police Department.


WHO: Friends of Palou Phelps & BVHP Parks Collaborative
WHAT: 2nd Annual Movie Night
WHERE: Palou Phelps Mini Playground
WHEN: September 15, 7:00pm Movie @ 7:30pm
CONTACT: Find us at:

NOTES: Free movie night featuring “Sing”. Pizza & more served from 7:00pm (FREE!!!). Movie at 7:30pm. Bring blankets and chairs to be comfortable.

b4WHO: Bayview/ Linda Brooks-Burton Branch Library
WHAT: ¡Baila conmigo! Dance with Me, Maria Luna
WHERE: 5075 3rd St. (at Revere)
WHEN: Saturday, 9/16/2017, 10:30 – 11:30
CONTACT: (415) 355-5757
NOTES: Join us for Mexican folk dance and creative movement. Children will have the opportunity to dress in costume and learn the history and culture of different dances from Mexico! All ages invited.


WHO: San Francisco Unified School District
WHAT: Meet Superintendent Dr. Vincent Matthews
WHERE: Willie L. Brown Jr. Middle School, 2055 Silver Avenue
WHEN: Wednesday, September 20 @ 6-7:30pm
CONTACT: Childcare is free and available for children ages 3 and up. You must reserve childcare in advance. To make reservations, call 415-355-7323 x1312.
NOTES: Dr. Matthews is continuing his listening tour of the district and has three sessions scheduled for September. Come share your ideas and suggestions about what is working for your child(ren), what challenges you observe, and what you see as the best opportunities to positively impact students. Interpretation will be provided


*** Movie Nights in Our Parks Summer/Fall Series ***


Stay tuned for movies and times!

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San Francisco, Ca 94103

Resilient Bayview Newsletter: Sept 2017 Edition

Resilient Bayview Newsletter 

September 2017

Save the Date!


You’re invited to the First Annual Resilient Bayview Neighborfest on 

Saturday, October 7th from 11 am-3 pm at the Bayview Opera House.

Join the community health and disaster resilience fair, featuring:

  • Lunch provided
  • Live Navy Band; C Notes; Senior Choir & Sol Funkstra feat. Miss Nola
  • Jumpy House; Climbing Wall; Face Painting & Games
  • Health Resource Fair
  • Free CPR Training
  • Earthquake Simulator; Fire Safety Exercises
  • Official Warriors Autographed Raffle Prizes

Come and hang out with friends while enjoying live music, food, and entertainment. We look forward to seeing you on October 7th at the Bayview Opera House! Click here for more information about Neighborfest.

Click to learn more about Resilient Bayview.

~Soliciting Organizations to Table at Neighborfest~

Engage Bayview residents by tabling at Resilient Bayview Neighborfest! Your organization can sign up to do demos, share information or just promote your organization by completing this survey. Space is limited, so sign up today.

“Building our Block” Community Improvement Event

Join us on Saturday, October 21st for the Rebuild my Block Event 

to revitalize homes in a 4 block area between La Salle, McKinnon, and Newhall Lane. Rebuilding Together SF and YCAT will work with seniors, homeowners, and para-transit services to support the development of the Bayview community. They are looking for volunteers with and without construction experience. Click here to volunteer.

3Fix-it Fair Vendors

Your organization or business can participate in the resource fair, focusing on safe and healthy homes. To participate click here to email Brenna at RTSF.


Rebuild My Block is brought to you by Rebuilding Together San Francisco and the Bayview community to revitalize neighborhoods, repair homes, renovate buildings, and improve transportation systems.


Neighborhood Empowerment Network | | |
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Pl
Room 362
San Francisco, CA 94102


Hospitality Initiatives Program! Job Opportunity!

Equality and Inclusion in Hospitality, Inc.

in partnership with

San Francisco Hotel/Restaurant, Labor/Management Fund is proud to announce its

2017-2018 Hospitality Initiative 

  • Are you interested in working in a San Francisco Hotel?
  • Are you a “people person” interested in a career path with great benefits?
  • Do you value excellent customer service?
  • Are you interested in participating in a training program with an excellent track record in placing its graduates?

If you are a District 10 resident (living in zip codes 94107; 94124; 94134) who’s interested in exploring the possibility of being selected to participate in a Hospitality Training Program, you should consider attending one of Mandatory Orientations below.
When: September 5th, 6th, and 7th – Two Orientations will take place each day, one

from 9am – 12pm and the other from 12:30pm to 3:30pm 

All Orientations will begin promptly at 9:00am, please plan to stay for up to 4 hours. 


UNITE HERE Local 2 (in the Action Room)

209 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco, CA 94102


You MUST bring the following to be admitted to an Orientation:

  • A copy of your most current resume, if you have one,


  • A list of all of your Jobs including: your Employers, Dates of Employment and Job Duties, for the last 10 years.

Orientations will include:

  • Program Overview
  • Completion and review of program application
  • Literacy Assessment

If you want to attend an orientation you MUST register, at least 24 hours in advance, by sending your name and the date that you would like to attend to: 

A confirmation email will be sent back to you

Hospitality Initiative Program Requirements

Program requirements include:

  • Must have a high school diploma or/ equivalent;
  • Must have and maintain a working telephone;
  • Must have an email address and be willing to check it on a daily basis;
  • Ability to pass a Literacy Assessment;
  • Ability to pass a drug screening;
  • Ability to pass a background investigation;
  • Must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule;
  • Must be customer service orientated;
  • Must be willing and able to conduct weekly on-line job searches;
  • Must be willing and able to complete all class assignments in a timely manner; and
  • Must be willing and able to work with program coaches and mentors on a regular basis for the first year

A modest stipend will be awarded to participants who complete program milestones.