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Bright Horizons in San Francisco offers quality, year-round programming and a number of convenient preschool locations throughout Downtown San Francisco including Fisherman's Wharf, North Beach, Chinatown, Embarcadero, Financial District, Union Square, Central Market, SOMA/Yerba Buena and Castro/Noe Valley, East Bay cities of San Ramon, Dublin and Alameda, San Mateo in the Peninsula, and Silicon Valley cities of San Jose, Sunnyvale and Cupertino and Marin County.
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What Should I Know about Bright Horizons?
Is Bright Horizons hiring daycare teachers in San Francisco?
Does Bright Horizons offer child care in San Francisco?
Yes. Bright Horizons has San Francisco daycare centers with many child care centers throughout Downtown San Francisco including Fisherman's Wharf, North Beach, Chinatown, Embarcadero, Financial District, Union Square, Central Market, SOMA/Yerba Buena and Castro/Noe Valley, East Bay cities of San Ramon, Dublin and Alameda, San Mateo in the Peninsula, and Silicon Valley cities of San Jose, Sunnyvale and Cupertino and Marin County.
Does Bright Horizons have back-up care in San Francisco?
Yes. We offer back-up care in child care centers throughout San Francisco. We also provide back-up care in your own home, with reliable providers who will come to you. You can reserve back-up child care whenever your regular care arrangements fall through. Be sure to check with your employer to see if you qualify.
How much is Bright Horizons tuition in San Francisco?
Daycare tuition depends on your child’s age, your choice in center location, and amount of time your child will spend at the center. We’ll set up a virtual meeting with you to discuss your family’s needs and give you a customized tuition quote for Bright Horizons in San Francisco.
Does Bright Horizons offer family care solutions for employers in San Francisco?
Yes. Bright Horizons partners with employers in San Francisco (and nationwide) to provide high-quality benefits for their employees, including on-site child care; back-up care for children, adults, and elders; elder care benefits; college coaching; special needs support; and extra help for the whole family. We offer the support employers need to ensure high productivity and loyal, engaged employees.
Does Bright Horizons offer San Francisco employee benefits?
Yes. Many organizations across San Francisco provide employee benefits through Bright Horizons. These benefits include on-site child care; back-up care for children, adults, and elders; elder care benefits; college coaching; special needs support; and extra help for the whole family. To access your employee benefits provided by Bright Horizons, click here.
Is Bright Horizons committed to DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion)?
Yes. We’re committed to DEI in our classrooms, our workplaces, and our community and we encourage all employees to bring their whole selves to work. We’ve been recognized for our DEI efforts by Forbes, Bloomberg, and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Does Bright Horizons have summer care in San Francisco?
Is Bright Horizons San Francisco a franchise?
No, Bright Horizons San Francisco is not a franchise. Bright Horizons operates approximately 1,000 early education and child care centers in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and India.