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​Bullard High School Career Center Newsletter

Career Center Newsletter 2020-2021_02.pdf​​

Career Center Newsletter 2020-2021_01.pdf​​​​

Work Permit Application and Instructions for Bullard High School Students

Work Permit Instructions and Request Form (COVID-19 Update) 2020-2021_01_COPY.pdf

Here are the five steps for getting a work permit currently at Bullard High School:

Step one, download the work permit request form just above these instructions.

Step two, take the work permit request form to the employer and have them fill out and sign the employer section of the form. Fill out the sections for yourself and make sure all the places for signatures have been filled out.

Step three, take pictures or scan the completed form.

Step four, contact Mr. Madden and Mr. Vasquez by email to let them know you have a work permit that requires processing. When you send your email, please attach pictures or scans of the completed work permit request form.

Step five, when the work permit has been processed, an email will be sent for the document to be signed for digitally. If you are unable to sign the document digitally, an appointment can be made for a contactless paper copy at a later date.

All paper versions of work permits are issued by appointment only and processed at a student's school site. If you have questions after reading the FAQ below, please contact the school's job developer or CTE coordinator at your school site.

Work Permits FAQ

1. Do I need a work permit to apply for jobs?
No, you do not need a work permit to apply for jobs, you only need a work permit to legally start working. Once you have been hired by an employer, download the work permit request form at the following website: https://www.fresnou.org/schools/bullard/Pages/Students/college-and-career.aspx 

2. What do I do after I download the Work Permit Request form?
Take the work permit request form to the employer and have them fill out and sign the employer section of the form. Fill out the sections for yourself and make sure all the places for signatures have been filled out.

3. What do I do after the Work Permit Request form is all filled out?
Contact Mr. Madden and Mr. Vasquez by email to let them know you have a work permit that requires processing. When you send your email, please attach pictures or scans of the completed work permit request form. Once the work permit has been processed, it can then be signed for digitally or an appointment can be made for a contactless paper copy at a later date.

Career Center Hours:

Monday—Friday (School Days Only) on Teams​
8:00am-9:00am and 2:30pm-4:00pm

Please email Mr. Madden ahead of office hours so that he can prepare any necessary information for you.

Services Available: 

Work Permit Request Forms • Pathway Support Information • Résumé, Cover Letter and Personal Statement Assistance • College and Career Plan • College and Career Readiness Faire Information • College Information • Guest Speakers • Community Service and Volunteer Information • Military Information • ASVAB (Career Exploration Test) 

WorkAbility I (Special Education) Contacts:

Ms. Holmes
Genise.Holmes@fresnounified.org

Mr. Silva
Jose.Silva@fresnounified.org

College and Career Readiness ​Contacts

Mr. Vasquez
(559) 451-4345
Ralph.Vasquez@fresnounified.org

Mr. Madden
(559) 451-4323
Kristopher.Madden@fresnounified.org

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