Reach. Inspire. Shape. Elevate
Sweet Generation RISE is an internship program for at-risk teens and young adults. Through customer service, entrepreneurship, and baking curricula, we provide job training and inspire growth to young people in our community.
The Owner of Sweet Generation Bakery, Amy Chasen, gives at-risk kids hands-on experience in the workforce. Her program empowers youths and instills self-confidence by equipping them with skills including how to bake, customer service, interview know-how, how to balance a budget and small business management.
Mission & Core Values
- Reach: We assist at-risk youth reach their goals in school, jobs, and beyond.
- Inspire: Through entrepreneurship and professional workshops from leaders in the community, we hope to inspire youth to be the best they can be.
- Shape: We provide tools–like food handling certification, resume development, and career counseling–so that our Interns may shape their goals and their future.
- Elevate: Through thoughtful and attentive first job training, we create a platform for Interns to elevate themselves in the job market and the professional world.
Please consider making a donation to Sweet Generation RISE on their website or by check.
You can make checks payable to ISI with “Sweet Generation RISE” included in the memo and send checks to ISI:
101 Brookwood Ave.
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Clare is a creative spirit and tech-savvy marketing communications professional who is passionate about building community and a regenerative culture. Clare elevates ISI (and ISI’s clients) by harnessing the power of social media and implements integrated communications strategies to help businesses and their communities thrive.
Clare’s work with other nonprofits in the Bay Area, includes the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) Expressive Arts Therapy Program and The Institute for Poetic Medicine. She also serves as a global rep and advisor for the FIGMENT Project. Clare holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications Sciences from the University of Connecticut.