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SF SEED Spring 2019 Application Open!

Dear Early Childhood Educators,

Applications for the Spring 2019 SF SEED educational stipends are now open. Apply now to receive money for the units you are taking this Spring semester!

Some important highlights include:

Changes to Note:

  • Free City College: Free City participation at CCSF is no longer a factor in determining an applicant’s SF SEED stipend award. Individuals who are receiving free City College at CCSF will be eligible to receive the full SF SEED stipend amount.
  • Community College Stipend Levels: Stipend amounts have changed for community college applicants; check out the flyer for the new community college stipend levels! (flyer’s available in mutliple languages in links below)

Attachments:

  • SF SEED Flyer: Information about eligibility, stipend levels, and how to apply.
  • CCSF Drop-in Hours: Dates and times for when SF SEED staff will be at CCSF to collect applications and answer any questions.

In addition, our SF SEED staff is available to come to your site to make announcements, answer questions, and support in the SF SEED application process and/or provide more information on degree attainment options and supports.

Community College Stipends*

SF SEED
3-5 units
SF SEED 6-9 units SF SEED 10-12+ units
$310 $620 $930

4-Year University Stipends*

SF SEED 3-12+ units Title V BA Stipend 12+ units
Up to $1,200 Up to $3,700

*Award levels are determined by the number of degrees applicable courses passed with a C or higher grade, fund availability, financial aid status, and Title V employment.

How to Qualify for the SF SEED Stipend:

  • Work 15 or more hours a week in a licensed family child care (FCC) or center-based program in San Francisco with children ages 0-5
  • Earn under $60,000 a year (individual net income)
  • Currently attending an accredited 2-year or 4-year institution
    • Enrolled in a minimum of 3 credit-bearing units AND
    • Enrolled in courses that follow an approved Education Plan that is designed for degree attainment AND
    • Pass courses with a minimum of a ‘C’ or better
    • Be majoring in child development, psychology, education, or other early childhood related majors

How to Qualify for the Title V BA Stipend:

  • Work full-time (30+ hours a week) at a licensed Title V center in San Francisco with children ages 0-5
  • Earn under $60,000 a year (individual net income)
  • Currently attending an accredited 4-year institution, majoring in Child and Adolescent Development:
    • Enrolled as a full-time, upper division student AND
    • Enrolled in courses that follow an approved Education Plan that is designed for degree attainment AND
    • Pass courses with a minimum of a ‘C’ or better

Please note that in order to receive an SF SEED Stipend for the Spring 2019 semester, all applicants are required to meet with an academic counselor and turn in a copy of their Educational (ED) Plan. For more information about ED Plans and how you can meet with an academic counselor, please visit our website: http://sfseed.sfsu.edu/faq

Deadlines:

Fall Semester Cycle (Fall + Summer Courses Completed) Spring Semester Cycle (Spring + Winter Courses Completed)
November 21 st April 21 st

For detailed instructions on how to apply, please visit our website: http://sfseed.sfsu.edu/.

SF SEED staff looks forward to working with you to successfully reach your educational goals! Please contact our SF SEED office for further questions at 415-405-4342 or [email protected]

CCSF Drop-In Dates:

Where: Multi-Use Building at CCSF Ocean location – in front of the CDEV offices (MUB 249)

When: Drop-In Hours at 5:00PM-6:30 pm

  • Tuesday, February 12 th , 2019
  • Wednesday, February 27 th , 2019
  • Thursday, March 7 th , 2019
  • Tuesday, March 19 th , 2019
  • Wednesday, April 3 rd , 2019
  • Thursday, April 11 th , 2019
  • Tuesday, April 16 th , 2019

SFSU Drop-In Dates:

Where: San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Ave, GYM 106

When: Wednesdays 4:00PM – 7:00PM, excluding 2/27/19, 4/3/19

**Please view the SF SEED website for the latest updates**

SF SEED Spring 2019 Application Open! Dear Early Childhood Educators, Applications for the Spring 2019 SF SEED educational stipends are now open. Apply now to receive money for the units you

SF SEED

SF SEED COVID-19 Information

Please visit our COVID-19 Plan for information regarding the SF SEED program.

SF SEED Contact Information

If you have any questions or concern regarding SF SEED, please do not hesitate to contact:

  1. Email : [email protected]
  2. Temporary Phone Number: 1-415-500-0261. This line will be answered on MWF 10am-2pm, TTH 10am-4pm. Voicemails will be responded within 24 business hours.
  3. Regular SF SEED Number: 1-415-405-4342. No one will be on campus to answer this phone line. However, voicemails will be checked 2-3 times a day and you can expect a callback within 24 business hours.

SF SEED Zoom Drop-Ins

All in-person SF SEED Drop-In Hours at SFSU and CCSF are cancelled until further notice. Online SF SEED Drop-In Hours will be held via Zoom.

Where: Online Zoom Conferences

· Meeting ID: 574 052 831

​When: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

SF SEED one on one meetings are by appointment and held via Zoom. Please email [email protected] if you would like to schedule an appointment.

For more information on SF SEED:

SF SEED COVID-19 Information ]]>