Career Technical Education ROP updates and Work Permit Process
August 14, 2020
POMONA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
CAREER READINESS DEPARTMENT
To: Dr. Enrique Medina, Director of Career Readiness
From: Monique Cardenas, Program Administrator
Subject: Pomona Unified School District Work Permits ____
Work Permits for PUSD students 16-18: Due to the COVID19, The ROP Department will be able to issue Work Permits Via by Mail and Phone Communications and by appointment only to pick up their work permit from the ROP office. Make sure to bring your original Intent to apply for a work permit (B-1).
Parent/Guardians email or ROPCTE@pomona.k12.ca.us to request a work permit for their student.
Student Needs: School ID/CA ID and the Intent to Apply for Work Permit Form. See link for intent to apply https://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/dlseformB1-1.pdf .
Processing time frame 24 to 48 hours during business days and hours.
All enrolled students who obtain an active work permit cannot work during regular school hours.
Work Experience Teachers: Will check on students via phone communication to employer to make sure students are meeting employer’s expectations, keep a log for tracking purposes, and communicate with students via phone.
Minors employed in the state of California must have a Permit to Employ and Work (commonly referred to as a “work permit”). Work permits are typically issued by the school where the student is enrolled. Work permits indicate the duties and location where the work will be done as well as the number of hours a minor may work. In most cases, it is a two-step process, the minor along with the parent/guardian and employer fill out the B1-1 form and submit to the school local to the minor's address. The school district reviews the B1-1 form and issues the B1-4 (Work Permit).
Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Organized education activities that offer a sequence of courses that provides individuals with the academic and technical knowledge and skills the individuals need to prepare for further education and for careers in current or emerging employment sectors. Career and technical education includes competency-based applied learning that contributes to student’s academic knowledge, higher-order reasoning and problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, and occupation-specific skills. (Perkins Collaborative Resource Network, 2019: https://cte.ed.gov/legislation/perkins-v)