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Work Permits

NOTE TO STUDENTS: You must first have a job offer before obtaining a work-permit.

1.      Print out both pages of the form to apply for a Work Permit (click link to download the file). 

2.      STUDENT completes Section 1.

3.      EMPLOYER completes and signs Section 2.

4.      PARENT/guardian  fills out and signs Section 3.

5.      EMPLOYER also signs and dates bottom of PAGE 2.

6.      Bring BOTH pages back to the EDUCATIONAL SERVICES CENTER (Fremont Union High School District Office) - 589 W Fremont Avenue, Sunnyvale CA 94087, 408/522-2200, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm.

7.      DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES complete SECTION 4 and issues the work permit.

 

NOTE: Work permits will be processed on Tuesdays and Thursdays and will be available for pick-up on Wednesdays and Fridays. If students bring a self-addressed, stamped envelope, work permits will be mailed home as soon as processed.

Work Experience Credits

Juniors and Seniors who have a part-time job may earn elective credits towards graduation requirements.

 

Request 'Work Experience' as one of your classes and attend a mandatory 1 hour per week meeting with the work experience teacher (schedule determined once school year begins).

 

See your Guidance Counselor for more information.

Part-time Jobs and Work Permits

Part-time jobs

 

Organization Age Requirement Responsibilities
City of Cupertino  

The City of Cupertino is recruiting for the following part-time temporary job openings. These are part-time, temporary, and non-benefited, with work hours limited to 995 hours per fiscal year.

Blackberry Farm Customer Service Attendant (summer)

Blackberry Farm Lifeguard (summer)

Recreation Leader – Summer Programs (summer)

Senior Recreation Leader – Summer Programs (summer)

Senior Swim Instructor / Assistant Manager – Aquatics Program (summer)

Staff Assistant / Camp Director – Summer Programs (summer)

Swim Instructor / Lifeguard – Aquatics Program (summer)

All positions are open until filled.       Posted 2/1/18

Avis Budget Group 18

We have openings in the San Jose area for multiple positions ideal for recent or upcoming High School graduates looking for work in between college – ranging from entry level Customer Service and Driver positions, to more advanced Lead Sales and Automotive Technology associate positions. 

These positions offer a range of benefits from professional development opportunities, to comprehensive healthcare, paid time off, and 401k plans – along with flexible scheduling to accommodate a variety of schedules.

Posted 1/25/18

The Forum at Rancho San Antonio  

Looking for students who:

  • Want to work with and care for people
  • Want to learn
  • Have a car (there is no public transportation to their site)
  • Can be a good team member

See here for job listings. Flexible hours and weekend options.

Rancho Rinconada Recreation Must be at least 15 years old at or before June

We are accepting applications for lifeguard, swim instructors, and swim team coaches both the spring and summer.

Perks include in-house lifeguard and swim instructor training

Qualifications:

  • No work experience necessary
  • Swim team experience is a plus but not required
  • Freestyle, backstroke, and breaststroke required

How to Apply:

Applications are available at RanchoRecreation.com/about/employment. Email, fax, mail or drop off applications before the March 23rd for spring applicants and May 25th for summer applicants.

Posted 1/5/18

Job Assistance Agencies & Resources

Youth at Work - Santa Clara County job openings This program aims to close the opportunity gap for low-income youth throughout Santa Clara County by providing 500 opportunity youth with paid internships and jobs.


GrooveJob -San Jose job openings


CoolWorks - information on thousands of summer and seasonal jobs in cool places


EDD Website - Government site that offers a variety of programs and services especially designed for youth job hunts

Two sites that bring together job listings from around the web:

Job Applications Online - find out what it takes to complete the online application process

Post-Graduation Training for Vocations

Program Company Age Requirement Description