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CORE Charter School

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Work Permit

 
 Work Permit
 
  • For forms, see below. Any student under the age of 18 needs to have a valid Work Permit in order to work at any time, during the school year and/or vacations & holidays. CORE, in addition, upholds the policy that students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.0 in order to be issued a work permit. At any time a school and/or school district retains the right to refuse or take away a permit to work if it deems it necessary for the well being of the student.
    • Work Permit Guidelines | When school is in Session:
    • 16-17 year old students may work a maximum of 48 hours per week, not to exceed 4 hours per day Monday through Thursday and not to exceed 8 hours on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. The spread of hours that a 16-17 year old student can work is 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    • 14-15 year old students, who have completed the 7th grade, may work a maximum of 18 hours per week, not to exceed 3 hours per day Monday through Friday and not to exceed 8 hours on Saturday or Sunday. The spread of hours that a 14-15 year old student can work is 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    • 12-13 year old students may be employed only during school holidays and vacations!
    • Work Permit Guidelines | When school is not in Session:
    • 16-17 year old students may work a maximum of 48 hours per week, not to exceed 8 hours per day
    • 14-15 year old students may work a maximum of 40 hours per week, not to exceed 8 hours per day
    • 12-13 year old students may work a maximum of 40 hours per week, not to exceed 8 hours per day
    • 16-17 year old students may work a maximum of 48 hours per week, not to exceed 4 hours per day Monday through Thursday and not to exceed 8 hours on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. The spread of hours that a 16-17 year old student can work is 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    • 14-15 year old students, who have completed the 7th grade, may work a maximum of 18 hours per week, not to exceed 3 hours per day Monday through Friday and not to exceed 8 hours on Saturday or Sunday. The spread of hours that a 14-15 year old student can work is 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    • 12-13 year old students may be employed only during school holidays and vacations!
    • The work permit expires automatically when you leave, quit or are fired from a job. You must request a new work permit each time you obtain a new job, at the beginning of each school year, and if you change your school of attendance.
    • On the day of a student's 18th Birthday a Work Permit is no longer required!
    • For more information regarding rules and regulations regarding working minors, see California Child Labor Law Pamphlet.
 

Work Permit Procedure

  1. Download the PDF forms "Statement of Intent to Employ Minor and Request for Work Permit" and "Laws and Agencies Controlling Employment of Minors"
  2. Or acquire this form from the front desk, back of the high school catalog, or from your High School Counselor.
  3. Complete the section entitled "For Minor To Complete"
  4. Allow employer to complete the section entitled "For Employer To Complete"
  5. Allow parent to complete the section entitled "For Parent To Complete"
  6. Turn in to front desk or fax this completed form to the school office along with a copy of your social security card. Fax to (530) 742-6067 or send to:

    CORE Charter School
    321 16th Street
    Marysville, CA  95901
    Attn: School Counselor/Work Permits

    The school office will authorize the work permit and return it to the student to sign and give to her/his employer.

     

Career Information Websites

 
  • Below are various sites for youth (and adults) to look into future options as well as current employment options.

    California Employment Development Department - Youth
    This is part of California's government site and includes youth programs, career information sites, assessment, jobs of the future.
  • Job Hunter's Bible
    This site is sponsored by Richard Bolles, who authored What Color Is Your Parachute?, and has long been considered a "guru" of job hunters around the world. This is a great guide to help you through the job quest and includes sections for the "Working Wounded," re-thinking our vocational purpose post-September 11th, the accepted mark of a good employee, and more!
  • North Central Counties Consortium
    The NCCC was formed to administer federally funded job training programs in Colusa, Glenn, Lake, Yuba, and Sutter counties. Their services include One Stop Career Centers, job search workshops, youth training programs, and employment preparation training.
  • Job Corps
    This is a U.S. Department of Labor site directing business, adults, youth, dislocated workers, and workforce professionals to training and employment services.
  • My Future
    This is a great site for teens thinking about life after high school. Included is a Work Interest quiz, comparison of different careers, internships, apprenticeships, etc. The site is geared toward the military as an attractive option.