TechSF is offered through Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC), BayView Hunter's Point Center for the Arts & Technology, City College of San Francisco, San Francisco State University, and Year Up Bay Area in collaboration with West Ed and the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development with funding from the U.S. Department of Labor.
TechSF proudly partners with LinkedIn's Economic Graph project for research on workforce trends and other development opportunities at the local and national levels. The Economic Graph Project aims to digitally map the global economy to connect talent with opportunity.
TechSF offers a range of training programs in high growth IT occupations that are currently in demand, including networking & security, tech support & administration, programming, and multimedia, in order to prepare San Francisco's residents for entry into careers in the Information Technology Industry. TechSF provides vocational skills training, work experience opportunities, and offers job placement assistance and career advancement to training participants and other individuals working in the IT field.