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Monta Vista's School Code
The goal of the Career Center is to provide all students with opportunities and resources which will enable them to explore and develop career and educational goals. Please stop by and take advantage of our extensive college and career library!
Career Center Hours (in A102)
(unless otherwise posted)
|Open most days Brunch, Lunch, Tutorial and after school and most periods except the hour before student lunchtime|
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:25-3:30
Students are welcome to drop by or schedule an appointment
Parents and non-students are asked to make an appointment.
To contact the Career Center please email Career/College Advisor, Mrs. MiriamTaba at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at call (408) 366-7618
Need a Work Permit?
High school students who are under the age of 18 need a work permit if they have a job. Work Permits are issued through the District Office which is open year-round. For information on hours and to download a Work Permit Application, go the the district website at www.fuhsd.org.
The work permit is for your protection and safety. It ensures that employers carry worker compensation insurance. It reminds employers that a student's first job is school and a paid job is secondary. Also that student are not allowed to do work or use equipment that is potentially dangerous. On the form besides your signature, you will need those of your parents and of your employer
College Fairs - visit lots of colleges in one spot
CollegeWeekLive.com is an online College Fair. It has big virtual two-day college fairs in November and in March with hundreds of colleges plus speakers on various topics. Between the two major college fairs, CollegeWeekLive is featuring specific colleges and regional or other themed days.
Register free at www.CollegeWeekLive.com to get more information. They often have scholarship contests in conjunction with their events.
UC System Day - October 4