Work Permit Requirements 2023-2024:


    1. Have a job before enrolling in the program.
    2. Be at least 16 years old, or a Junior or Senior in high school.

    3. Be enrolled in at least four subjects, not including Work Experience Education.

    4. Have your parent or guardian's approval.
    5. Have acceptable citizenship and a 2.0 GPA, as of the last grading period (quarter or semester).

    6. Maintain regular attendance at school (90% attendance).

    7. Clearance by Library and Student Store as having no outstanding fines or books.


    **Students under 18 years of age must possess a work permit when employed**


    Work Permit School's Requirements- Student Handbook:


    Work Permit Request Form:



    **If the College and Career Center is closed, please leave work permits in the mailbox located at the main office & email Ms. Parada to let her know**

    Email: sparada@fcusd.org & Phone: (916)- 294-2450 ext. 810405


    May a minor have more than one work permit?
    Yes. A minor may work concurrently for more than one employer and, therefore, have more than one valid work permit. But, regardless of the number of employees and work permits, the total number of hours worked may not exceed the total number of hours allowed by law.

    What process should be followed to issue a work permit?
    The minor/student, after obtaining a promise of employment, shall obtain the "Statement of Intent to Employ a Minor and Request for a Work Permit - Certificate of Age" (CDE Form B1-1) from the school.

    The minor must complete the "minor" section, request that the employer and parent complete their sections (making certain to obtain both required signatures), and then return the completed form to the appropriate school authority.

    The school’s authorized work permit issuer shall verify all information on the work permit to be issued. If all requirements are met, the authorized work permit issuer may issue the work permit (CDE Form B1-4).

    The local school district or school has the discretion to impose additional requirements for the issuance of a work permit. For instance, the school district may have a policy requiring the minor to maintain a 2.0-grade point average (GPA). In such a case, the work permit issuer would need to verify the student’s GPA.