The City of Sacramento Expanded Learning Department is compromised of 4th "R" (licensed youth recreation program), ASES (education enriched after school program), and Summer Camps for Kindergartner through eighth grade. These programs foster a positive and safe environment for children to grow and develop. The City of Sacramento is seeking staff to help implement our vision, mission, be a positive role model and to have fun!
All Sacramento children and youth are valued and reach their fullest potential.
The City of Sacramento leads collaboratively to provide systemic and sustainable investments and opportunities, harnessing collective assets to champion intentional and equitable pathways for young people to succeed.
• Youth Voice: We honor the youth’s statement, “Nothing about us without us.”
• Elimination of Systemic Barriers: We believe it is our responsibility to actively seek ways to break systemic barriers so that youth have access and ability to fully utilize resources and
• Cultural Humility: We commit to acknowledging our individual and institutional biases, accepting that there are gaps in our knowledge, and being open to new ideas.
• Mutual Respect: We build relationships through developing a culture of mutual respect and inclusivity.
• Integrity: We believe in conducting our work in an honest, moral, ethical, and accountable manner.
• Innovation: The status quo is unacceptable if it is not improving the lives of Sacramento children and youth, and thus, we call for thinking outside of the box to better support
Sacramento’s youngest residents.
• Courage: We believe that having the audacity to take risks, stand up for what is right, and address the most challenging situations is unquestionable.
Goals: Through its own programs and strategic partnerships, the City of Sacramento will strive to achieve the following goals.
• Contribute to the healthy development of children ages 0-5 so that they are prepared for
• Provide resources, support, and connection to effective programs and services that lead to
success in education
• Build 21st century skills including leadership, workforce development, life, resiliency, and
• Provide opportunities for young people to become active and engaged community
• Create a safe environment, both physically and emotionally, in all settings, honoring culture
• Promote equity, justice, and accountability with a concerted application of resources
toward those youth in greatest need
• Empower families to engage in their children’s healthy development; and
Implement the youth development framework in all program design, operations, and