While school is in session, students needing to renew or receive a work permit MUST contact their school site Work Experience Coordinator to make an appointment.
WORK PERMIT POLICY IS IN EFFECT
- 2.0 or better GPA
- No F's
- Satisfactory Attendance - No more than 7 absences in any 2 classes
Work Experience Application Process
- A Business offers employment to a minor
- COMPLETE the Work Permit APPLICATION (click for application)
- The Business/Employer /Manager complete their section of the Work permit APPLICATION,
- Parent needs to complete their section of the application giving minor permission to work.
- The Working Minor student area needs to be completed.
- Complete School Address information.
WHO TO CONTACT FOR APPOINTMENTS
Mrs.Calvert - email@example.com - Mrs. Calvert is at HHS Mondays from 1pm to 2pm in room 232
- OR -
Mr. Green - firstname.lastname@example.org - Mr. Green is at HHS Thursdays from 11:30am to 1:30pm in room 232
During your Appointment, the working minor/student must be present
When meeting for your appointment be SURE TO BRING:
- Work permit application COMPLETED with ORIGINAL signatures(Business, Parent, & Minor)
- OWN Pen (Blue or Black ink only)
- *Parent is NOT required to be present
**Appointments are in person and will be held in room 232
Work Experience Education
Provides paid or unpaid on-the-job experiences for secondary school students through training agreements with employers. Please contact the Work Experience Coordinator at your student's school. Types of work experience programs include:
More information and links:
- California Department of Education - Work Experience Program
- Association for all Work Permit issuers and Work Experience Educators
- Frequently Asked Questions regarding Work Permits
- Child Labor Laws: Students work for a wide variety of reasons—to earn income, gain on-the-job experience, or connect what they are learning in the classroom to the real world. Minors employed in the state of California must have a Permit to Employ and Work (commonly referred to as a “work permit”). Work permits are typically issued by the school where the student is enrolled. Work permits indicate the location of the employer as well as the number of hours a minor may work.