We are proud to announce our latest partnership with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) to foster the learning of our young adult BAYCAT interns. Currently, the interns are developing a video series about the SFPUC’s robust community benefits program with focus areas on Arts and Culture, Workforce and Economic Development, Land Use and Environmental Justice, Neighborhood Revitalization and Education.
Three BAYCAT interns, Jessica, Hugo, and Paul, have been selected to helm the project. Our young adults will be interviewing community members and SFPUC staff to highlight the work being done in the community.
The SFPUC has long been a partner of our internship program, helping young adults gain experience on real projects. Last year alone produced the award-winning Can’t Live a Day Without Me music video about the need to replace aging sewage infrastructure, and What About Water?, a documentary short that explores our relationship with water.
Over the next few weeks our interns will continue coordinating pre-interviews with people featured in the production. We look forward to sharing the final result!