October 20th Youth Protection Summit

Enterprise Risk Management is pleased to announce the CSU’s first Youth Protection Summit, co-sponsored by SF State, University Corporation, SF State, and the California State University Risk Management Authority (CSURMA).  Join us on Thursday, October 20th for a fun and informative day covering a variety of topics related to youth protection.  The agenda is still under development, but we expect to include presentations ranging from:

  • Chancellor’s Office audit findings that resulted in SF State’s implementation of its youth protection program and the current state of SF State’s YPP
  • Tips for screening and hiring the right people for your youth program
  • Safe Social Media Use Guidelines
  • Good practices for responding to allegations

Presenters from Praesidium, City & County of San Francisco Child Protective Services, and other organizations will be sharing their thoughts on safeguarding minors with the group.

Lunch will be provided.  Parking passes will also be provided to those who need them.

Please use the link below to pre-register for this unique opportunity to collaborate with peers from across the CSU system.

Youth Protection Summit Registration


COVID-19 Safety Requirements at SF State (updated 7/25/2022)

Until further notice, audience members who attend SF State events will be required to provide proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test result within 48 hours of the scheduled event and photo identification.   Acceptable methods of proof of vaccination include:

  • Original, copy, or electronic photo of the CDC vaccination card (or similar documentation issued by another foreign governmental jurisdiction)
  • Personal digital COVID-19 vaccine record issued by a state, local, foreign governmental jurisdictions, or an approved private company

Please note that a written self-attestation or declaration of vaccination status is not acceptable as a form of proof. Get a Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record visit: myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov

A negative COVID-19 test must be taken within one day (for antigen tests) or two days (for PCR tests). Self-administered antigen tests are not acceptable for pre-admission testing unless there is third-party verification.

Face coverings will be required indoors unless actively eating or drinking.

More information is available here: https://together.sfsu.edu/node/6