We want to give a special THANK YOU to our 2014 Cowboy Cab sponsors! You all make this event possible and help raise money for our programs! A. Bright Idea Barbara Talbott and John Riley Byron and Jeni Nichols Doug Hanford ARC Friedman’s Home Improvement Kathleen and David Grieve Kevin and Rosemary McNeely Lloyd W. Read more >>
Engaging, Connecting, Empowering
In collaboration with schools, local businesses, and other youth serving agencies we provide employment and career resources and life skills support.
Our programs include the operation of micro businesses, work readiness training, internships, and job placement services. Real world experience and skills are gained better preparing our teens for meaningful careers, encompassing professional trades as well as owning and operating their own small businesses.
Our Mission Statement
The purpose of SVTS is to empower teens to develop into happy, healthy, contributing members of their community.
The Sonoma Valley Teen Services hosts events throughout the year featuring the offered programs and services as well as fundraising events.
Skills for Life Ready to Work Certification Courses Fall SessionsSpring Sessions October 6th – OrientationMarch 30th – Orientation October 13th – Employment 101April 6th- Employment 101 October 20th – Resume/Cover LetterApril 13th – Resume/Cover Letter October 27th – Money ManagementApril 20th – Money Management November 3rd – Interview Techniques/April 27th – Interview Techniques/ Dress Read more >>
Homework Club is free after school tutoring in all subjects by adult volunteers. The program is offered Tuesdays and Thursdays after school until 4:30 at the No Name Cafe on the campus of Sonoma Valley High School (new location: Room J8). Students have access to computers with a printer and internet, as well as free Read more >>