San Francisco Citywide BSU

we work as a supportive and networking outlet for black students across multiple districts in san francisco.

SF Citywide BSU is a youth-led collaborative that emphasizes the importance of Black culture and youth in San Francisco. While providing a safe space for Black youth to socialize and discuss matters of importance, we nurture the future and endeavors of our members in providing internship and leadership opportunities, mentorship, and further community involvement.

We actively discuss identify the needs of our students and city, and work to create solutions.

become an adult ally!

Do you work with an organization or non-profit that is looking to support San Francisco's youth? We would love to collaborate with you! Adult allies are critical to our success when we launch projects and organize community outreach.

Fill out the inquiry form below and we will contact you to discuss ways that we can support each other!

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youth leadership camp

We at Citywide are looking to extend a mentorship and leadership opportunity with our fellow youth in San Francisco! To apply, you must be in 7th or 8th grade for the 21-22 school year, and Black/African American.

Participants will be assigned one mentor, and engage in a 4 week commitment to in-person Camp attendance (Mon, Tues, Wed, from 11 AM-2 PM throughout the month of July.)

Apply for the opportunity to engage with us in 1-1 mentorship, community involvement, leadership growth, and exercise the importance of self-awareness and love... all while getting paid!



Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 959 7287 4967



Akeyla is a current Sophomore at Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory, as well as our SF Citywide BSU's graphic designer. "After a full day of speeches and interviews, we are proud and honored to announce that Akeyla, our organization-wide Youth of the Year recipient, is one of just three from across Northern California who will compete at the Statewide Youth of the Year next month! Akeyla competed alongside twelve other candidates today in an intense nine-hour day over Zoom here at the Delue Clubhouse. The judges were incredibly impressed with her story and her dedication to design and social equity here in the Bay Area. We thank her coaches and mentors who have helped her on her journey to writing and giving compelling speeches, essays, and interview answers. We are so proud of Akeyla and all of her hard work, and we look forward to the bright future that lays ahead of her. Join us as we celebrate her accomplishments, and stay tuned as we prepare for her appearance at the California Statewide Youth of the Year Competition next month! Thank you for your support and your investments into the bright futures of our young people!" Congratulations Akeyla!