San Francisco

Volunteer / San Francisco

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Juma San Francisco! From volunteering at the ballpark to academic tutoring in our downtown SF office, there are lots of ways to get involved and support our mission.

To receive updates on these opportunities (and more!), join our Volunteer Listserve →

If you are interested in corporate group volunteer opportunities, please contact Heather Saunders, Chief Development Officer, at


Juma’s Young Professionals Network (YPN) is a diverse group of working professionals in the Bay Area who are committed to advancing the mission and success of Juma Ventures.

Board applications are closed for the 2018-19 cycle. The next application cycle will open in summer 2019.

In the meantime, we encourage you to sign up for our Bay Area Young Professionals Network listserve here to stay up to date on exciting upcoming events and opportunities to volunteer alongside our Executive Board members. We hope to see you at a YPN event soon!

JumaDays At Oracle Park (Formerly AT&T Park)

During the baseball season at Oracle Park, there are a handful of daytime games in which we rely on volunteer support to help us staff our enterprise. On these days, volunteers step into the shoes of our youth and become ice cream vendors and baristas for the day.

Currently, our ballpark volunteering at Oracle Park is available for corporate and community groups of 10 people or more.

If you and your team are interested in signing up, please email Sam Erwin at with your date preference and how many people are in your volunteer group.

2018 DATES

Volunteer opportunities are now available for the following daytime games:

  • Opening Day! Friday, April 5th
  • Wednesday, April 10th
  • Wednesday, May 15th
  • Thursday, May 16th
  • Thursday, September 12th
  • Thursday, September 26th

All JumaDays run from 9:30am-3:30pm unless otherwise specified.

Volunteer spots are filled on a first come, first serve basis.



As part of our educational support services, Juma exposes youth to different academic and career paths. Help introduce young people to a career pathway that they may have never thought about before by hosting a workplace tour for a group of motivated high school students. During the career tour, youth and volunteers will have the opportunity to connect and discuss experiences within their workplace and how education played a role in their current position.

Session Length: 1.5-3 hours

Volunteers needed: 6-10

For more information on scheduling a tour, please contact Heather Saunders (

Schedule of the Day →

Career Tour Tips →



JumaLink is our annual summer networking event that brings together our high school and college youth with professionals from diverse fields and educational backgrounds. This event allows our youth to practice their networking skills and gain insight on potential educational and career opportunities. We are currently in the planning stages for JumaLink 2018 which is expected to take place in July.



We are frequently in need of volunteers to help support students who are struggling in certain subject areas. Our tutors meet with student/s on a weekly basis to provide one hour of academic support.We are currently accepting tutor applications for the spring semester. Please apply here. Upon acceptance, tutors will be required to complete a background check, Livescan, and 2 hours of training.

Volunteers with experience in academic support and/or working with underserved populations/communities of color especially encouraged to apply.

Please apply here →