City College of San Francisco

SEIU 1021

City College of San Francisco

SEIU 1021 staff and member leaders are working hard to safeguard your health at work during the COVID-19 pandemicClick here to find employer-specific information, details, and documents to learn more about what’s happening in your worksite during this outbreak.

*NEW* Download the San Francisco City College Tentative Agreement

Download the San Francisco City College COVID Leave Bank (Addendum 6.8.2022)

Download the San Francisco City College District Collective Bargaining Agreement (2020 - 2022)

Download the San Francisco City College District COVID-19 Side Letter Agreement


San Francisco Region 2024 Convention Delegate Election Information

It’s that time again! SEIU 1021 members are invited to attend our 2024 member convention. The two-day event will feature inspiring workshops, delegate discussions, visionary keynote speakers, fun, and networking. The SEIU 1021 Member Convention will be held Saturday, Sept. 28, 2024, through Sunday, Sept. 29, 2024. 

What: SEIU Local 1021 Member Convention 2024

When: Saturday, September 28 & Sunday, September 29

Where: Sacramento, CA 


WAITLIST: San Francisco Unity Event – Jan. 26, 2024
Join us to celebrate our hard work together in 2023

It’s that time of year! Join your fellow San Francisco region SEIU 1021 members for food, drinks, music and dancing, raffles, awards, and gift bags with the coolest SEIU 1021 swag (supplies are limited–first come, first served). 

When: Friday, Jan. 26, 2024, 6-10 p.m.
Where: Hilton Union Square, 333 O’Farrell St.

Members may bring one guest — please indicate below if you plan to bring a guest, as attendance is capped at 400.


Hundreds of SF City College staff, faculty, and supporters rally for a fair contract
SEIU 1021 members move closer to a strike as board continues bad faith bargaining

SEIU 1021 and AFT 2121 workers rally in solidarity

Thursday, October 26, hundreds of City College of San Francisco (CCSF) classified staff (SEIU 1021), and faculty (AFT 2121), rallied outside the CCSF Board of Trustees meeting alongside students and concerned community members in a show of solidarity. Both unions have been bargaining since March and report ongoing frustrations with the board’s continued refusal to come to the table in good faith. 


CCSF Strike Vote & Rally
Thursday, October 26

We all deserve fair pay, safety, and respect at work. Now it’s time to fight!

Don’t forget to register to attend our strike vote and rally this Thursday, October 26th. Lunch is on us! 

After our strike vote, we will rally with AFT to let the Board of Supervisors know there’s no class without classified, and we won’t back down until we get the contract we deserve.


“Heartbeat of City College” fundraiser for SF Prop O raises $12k, showcases City College’s special place in SF
The Oct. 13 event featured live performances of City College students, a film premiere, impassioned speakers, a raffle, and more.

Over 150 supporters of San Francisco’s beloved City College – including students, classified staff, faculty, graduates, and community supporters — gathered at Kapwa Gardens in SoMa on Thursday, October 13 for a fundraiser to support Proposition O. Attendees enjoyed delicious donated food and drinks, live performances from City College music and theater students, and the premiere of “Heartbeat of City College,” a film based on a poem written by CCSF instructor Tehmina Khan starring students, staff, and faculty.


Join SEIU 1021 in mobilizing to pass Prop O in SF!

Elections have consequences. And some of the most consequential items on the ballot are not candidates at all.

For example, San Francisco voters will be asked to vote on Proposition O this November. This ballot measure, which SEIU 1021 is sponsoring along with AFT 2121, will raise roughly $45 million a year for City College to provide the programs and wraparound services needed to serve its unique student population.


SEIU 1021 and AFT 2121 kick off “Yes on Prop O” campaign

San Francisco City College staff, faculty, students, and other supporters from the community and from a historic labor coalition kicked off the “Yes on O” voter education and mobilization campaign Sunday, August 21. The rally comes on the heels of Measure O qualifying for the November 8 ballot with over 20,000 signatures—well over twice the requirement.


TODAY: Advocates Kick Off “Yes on Prop O” Campaign to Mobilize Support for Critical Investment in City College


Contact: Jennie Smith-Camejo,, (510) 710-0201

After qualifying for the November 8 ballot with over 20,000 signatures – well over twice the requirement – San Francisco City College students, faculty, staff, and other supporters from the community and from a historic labor coalition will kick off the “Yes on O” voter education and mobilization campaign this Sunday. 


San Francisco City College faculty and staff rally at City Hall, submit signatures to qualify measure to invest in education and workforce training for underserved students
The revenue measure to fund critical services and programming has twice the number of signatures required to appear on the November ballot.

Dozens of San Francisco City College (CCSF) staff, faculty, and community supporters gathered on the steps of San Francisco City Hall yesterday, celebrating their victory in gathering over twice as many signatures as needed to qualify a critical revenue measure for the November ballot.


Coalition of SF City College Unions Urge Mayor Breed to Support Revenue Measure to Restore, Improve CCSF

Mayor Breed listens to Maria Salazar-Colón at Friday's meeting at City Hall

Friday afternoon, members of the San Francisco City College Revenue Unity Coalition, representing the unions that employees of SF City College (CCSF) belong to, met with SF Mayor London Breed. We introduced a plan to generate the annual $43.7 million they have identified as a gap between current revenue and what is needed to meet the minimum demand for CCSF programs and services.