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What's New: 

Hello! There are various virtual events that will be occurring for you to join. These include: College/University Representatives & Tours, Guest Speakers, and the VIP Program! See more on these events in this edition of Career Center News. Go Wildcats!


Career Center Staff: 

Every Fresno Unified Career Center is staffed with a Job Developer who is dedicated to supporting the students and families of their high school and region. At Sunnyside High, Ezelle Coleman, is your Job Developer and may be reached at: (559) 424-3894 or by email  at ezelle.coleman@fresnounified.org. Office hours are Tuesdays and Wednesdays 1:00 p.m.— 3:00 p.m


Work Permits: 

All Work Permits are issued by appointment only and processed from the student’s school site.  

All high school students must provide their employer with a valid work permit prior to beginning work. If you are unsure if you need a work permit, contact your school’s Career Center for more information and assistance with required paperwork. Once a student has been offered a job, the student downloads and prints a work permit application: B1-1, “Statement of Intent to Employ Minor and Request for Work Permit” from their high school website, the District’s Career Readiness website or internet. Students must have a work permit for each place of employment. Contact your school’s Job Developer for more information and to schedule your work permit appointment. 

Career Center Services: 

Did you know that our Career Center offers a variety of services to all students? Make sure to check out our school website for a calendar of upcoming virtual opportunities! Services available to all students include: Work Permits, Internship Opportunities, Industry Guest Speakers, Resume Workshops, Service Learning, College Applications, FAFSA/Dream Act Support, Scholarship Information and Support, Industry-Recognized Certifications and ASVAB Testing.
Check out the Career Centers Services Student Edition Video at: https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/9b8830fc-78f2-401b-8b1e481c67bf3d99  

Industry Certifications: 

An industry certification is a credential recognized by business and industry at the local, state or national level. It could be an assessment, an examination or a license that is administered and recognized by an industry third-party or governing board.  
Why Earn an Industry Certification? 
Industry certifications allow students to demonstrate mastery of knowledge and/or skills. They can increase job prospects, marketability to employers and employability, as well as options for postsecondary education.  
Your High School Career Center will be offering industry-recognized certifications throughout the school year. Check out your High School’s Career Center website for more information and planned certifications. 

Virtual Events & Opportunities: 

College Rep’s & Tours (Virtual) -  Seniors: The following colleges & universities  are offering presentations: Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, UC Santa Barbara, UC Santa Cruz, and University of Pacific. 
Virtual Innovation Program (VIP) - All Students: This program is partnered with Fresno Unified and Fresno State and offers students (all grade levels) STEM challenges to solve and create solutions to problems facing our community. This opportunity allows you to show your creativity, innovation, and presentation skills. Prizes are to be awarded to grade level winners! 
Interview With Dr. Mark P. Mattson - All Students: Dr. Mattson is a Neurologist  and faculty member of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. If you have an interest in Neurology and Medicine, this event is for you! 
Volunteer Opp’s - All Students: Habitat for Humanity has volunteer opportunities with their Acts of Kindness Beautification project and their Restores. Central California Food Bank also have volunteer opportunities. 
**Contact Ms. Coleman for further information and/or access to any of the events above (contact info on Pg.1 under Career Center Staff). 



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