The OpenGov Found-ation and District 2 Supervisor Mark Farrell announced in April the ReimagineSF scholarships, $1,000 grants available for up to five undergraduate or graduate students at any educational institution in San Francisco. Scholarship recipients will interact with city laws through the sanfranciscocode.org
website, suggesting changes to policies or updates to out-of-date city laws.
“San Francisco’s youth have a direct stake in our city, but too often do not have a direct voice in our local government,” said Farrell, who promised to introduce some of the ideas generated by the students to the Board of Supervisors. The five recipients will be selected in the third week of May.