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Getting a Work Permit

Getting A Work Permit During Summer 2021

Students still need to complete this intent to employ form and will need to have signatures from you, your parents, and your employer.

Once everything is filled out, please bring your work permit form to Ms. Pam Pewitt (before 6/18) or Ms. Emi Botello in the Wilcox Main Office. There is limited availability to complete the work permit process from 6/28-7/2; call 408-423-2400 in advance of bringing the completed form during the week of June 28 and July 2.

Work permit forms are accepted from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm during the summer and the required follow-up appointment will be scheduled as soon as there is availability to do so.

No work permits applications will be accepted and processed and no work permits will be issued from July 3-July 18.

During the week of July 19, completed work permit forms will only be accepted on July 19 and 21.

After July 25, bring completed work permit forms to the main office during normal hours. We strongly recommend that you call Wilcox in advance of bringing a completed work permit form on any of the available dates/times in July.

Work Permits During Regular School Year:


Work Permits

Request For Work Permit - Before first period, during lunch and after seventh period.  

If you have a job, are under the age of 18, and have not yet graduated, you need a work permit, no acceptions.

Please note...There is a 24 hour waiting period to receive your completed work permit!

Here's what you need to do:

  1. Fill out a Work Permit Request - come to the College Career Resource Center to pick one up or click on the link below to access a printable version.

  2. Fill out the top portion - all information is necessary, especially your Social Security Number!

  3. Have your employer fill out the second portion.

  4. Have your parent sign and date it, giving permission for you to be employed.

  5. Bring the completed request to the College Career Resource Center, Room B113. 

  6. All work permits must be reissued on the first week of school.

Please note - if you have less than a 2.0 GPA and/or if you have an attendance or discipline problem(s), you may not get a work permit.  In special cases, you will be allowed a Probationary Work Permit which will allow you to work until the next grading period where you must show improvement in grades and/or attendance/ discipline.  Your work permit will be REVOKED and your employer will be notified that you are no longer able to work if your attendance and/or grades have not improved by that date.