•  APPLY FOR A WORK PERMIT

    WORK PERMIT RENEWAL PROCESS:

    IF YOUR CURRENT WORK PERMIT IS ABOUT TO EXPIRE PLEASE FILL OUT THIS RENEWAL FORM APPLICATION. DO NOT FILL OUT THE WORK PERMIT APPLICATION! 

    Please allow one week for processing

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  • THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA WORK PERMIT FOR MINORS

    THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA REQUIRES THAT ALL MINORS

    (A PERSON UNDER THE AGE OF 18)

    HAVE A WORK PERMIT ON FILE AT THE WORKSITE BEFORE THE EMPLOYMENT IS LEGAL

    Exceptions: Possession of a High School Diploma or Equivalent

    A minor not attending school is not eligible for a California Work Permit

     

    Step 1: Download, print and fill out the Work Permit Application. To be eligible- the student must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher, good attendance, good citizenship, and a job offer (you must have a job offer before you can obtain a Work Permit).

    Step 2: Please make sure that you fill it out completely, include your social security number and signatures. The work permit, B1-1 form must be completed in blue or black ink and requires the signature of the student, the employer and the parent/guardian.

    Step 3: Email, fax (559- 735- 3575) or scan a very clear digital copy to rmolina@vusd.org

    Step 4: Once Mrs. Molina receives this, it will take about 3-5 days to process. Mrs. Molina will call or email you of an appointment time to pick up your completed work permit. 

    Step 5: The B1-4 is the document that the student needs to submit to his/her employer to be able to begin work.

    PLEASE DO NOT STOP BY THE OFFICE FOR A WORK PERMIT UNLESS YOU HAVE A SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT. If you have questions regarding work permit, please contact Mrs. Molina at rmolina@vusd.org or 735-3508. For more information on work permits, the General Summary of Minors' Work Regulations details the age and hours that a minor is legally allowed to work. 

    For more information about child labor laws, contact the U.S. Department of Labor at http://www.dol.gov/  and the State of California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement at http://www.dir.ca.gov/DLSE/dlse.html