College and Career Center

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    Work Permit Applications*  Here   

     

     

    NEED A WORK PERMIT DURING SUMMER BREAK?

     

    Work permits over summer are processed from June 8th – August 2nd at Independence High School, Summer School Office

     

    LOCATION:   Independence High School, 125 Berry Street, Roseville, CA

    PHONE:    (916) 786-0793

    HOURS:    Monday – Thursday, 9:00am-1:00pm

     

    HOW TO OBTAIN A WORK PERMIT:

    1. Download a “Request for Work Permit” application at:

    www.rosevilletigers.org> Services > College & Career Center > Work Permits OR https://www.rjuhsd.us/Page/1414

    1. Employer completes and signs their section (Work Permits are “location specific” and need Employer Information).
    2. Obtain parent/legal guardian signature.
    3. After all sections above (Student Information, Parent Signature, Employer Information & Signature) are completely filled out, return “Request for Work Permit” application to the Summer School office for processing.
    4. Work permit will be processed and ready for pick up within 24 hours.

     

    PLEASE NOTE: Student must be present when picking up his/her completed work permit, as an original signature is required by student. Incomplete applications will delay processing of your Work Permit. Parents may not sign for students.

     

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

    Q: If I am graduated from high school, do I need a work permit?

    A: Once a minor is no longer subject to the state's compulsory education laws, he/she is not considered a minor for purposes of the state's child labor laws (labor code 1286[c]). Therefore, a high school graduate does not require a permit and may work in any occupation, even if he/she in under 18 years old.

     

    Q: When do work permits expire?

    A: ALL work permits expire August 14th.  Work permits issued during the summer and past school year (2019-2020) must be renewed by August 14, 2020, even if you are continuing to work for the same employer. The process for renewing a work permit requires the same original steps as when you first obtained a work permit (steps above).

     

     

    HOURS OF WORK:

    The following restrictions and spread of hours are for permits issued for summer employment ONLY.

     

    16 and 17 year olds:

    8 hours per day/48 hours per week. Spread of hours- 5:00am-12:30am

     

    14 and 15 year olds:

    8 hours per day/40 hours per week. Spread of hours- 7:00am-9:00pm

     

     

     

     
     
     
    COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER

    Mrs. Jacquie Seider
    jseider@rjuhsd.us
    Office Hours: 7:00am-3:30pm*

    *Mrs. Seider occasionally takes time away from her desk, going to meetings and visiting college campuses.
    The best way to contact her is through email.

     
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Speakers

  • The College & Career Center invites numerous guest speakers to the RHS campus throughout the year, including:

    • Representatives from University of California campuses.
    • Representatives from CSU campuses.
    • Representatives from community colleges.
    • Representatives from private colleges and universities from across the nation.
    • Representatives from vocational and technical schools such as FIDM (Fashion Institute of   Design & Merchandising), and UTI
    • Representatives from all branches of the United States armed forces.
    • Representatives from ROTC programs for Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marines.