During this time we are still issuing work permits to our students. Please print out the following document.
- Students complete the top portion
- Employer completes the bottom portion
- Email a scanned copy of the completed document and a copy of your Social Security Card to Ms. Michelle Svider at [email protected]
- If you have specific questions, please contact Ms. Svider at 960-7741 Extension 87108
Work permits will be issued within 2-5 days
Students under 18 years of age who are being hired for a job must obtain a work permit. You may apply for a Work Permit once you have been offered a job. Work Permit Applications are available in the Counseling Office.
Students must have a job prior to applying for a Work Permit
Carefully and neatly complete the application. All items must be filled in by you and your employer. Do not leave any blank spaces. (Be sure your employer lists the name of the Workers Compensation Insurance Carrier and your starting wage).
Have your parent or guardian sign and date the application.
Bring your original Social Security Card and Original Birth Certificate along with your completed application to the Counseling Office to receive your Work Permit.
REMEMBER, IF YOU ARE UNDER 18 YEARS OLD AND HAVE A JOB, YOU MUST HAVE A WORK PERMIT!!!
Welcome to the College and Career Center!
Visit the College/Career Center located in the Counseling Office. Students can speak with Mrs. Anaya, counselor or Ms. Michelle Svider, counseling clerk, who are available Monday-Friday from 7:30 am – 4:00 pm to assist students.
The College/Career Center hosts various college and career presentations. To find out about events visit the counseling office or listen for the bulletin announcements.
Ms. Sandra Anaya
(626) 960-7741 Ext. 87004
(626) 608-3758 FAX
If you are a graduate of Sierra Vista High School, Mrs. Anaya would like to invite you to serve as a mentor, classroom speaker, or Career and College Fair presenter. Please call Mrs. Anaya at 960-7741 ext. 87004.
The Career Center serves as a liaison for all branches of the Military and for the Military Academies. Military recruiters are only allowed on campus on Wednesdays during the students lunch break. A table and chairs are provided for the recruiter, if they call in advance. Recruiters are not allowed to walk around campus. They are to be stationary in the Center Quad.
U.S. Air Force
U.S. National Guard
U.S. Coast Guard
Career Exploration Links
Choices Planner Website
College Board Website
California State University (CSU) Website
University of California (UC) Website
Private Colleges in California Web Tool
Virtual Campus Tours
SAT Test Information Website
ACT Test Information Website
ROP is a public education service that provides practical, hands-on career preparation and career guidance. Students need to be 16 years of age in order to participate in the program. Students can earn 10 elective units when taking a ROP class. Students need to see their counselor to register for a class. Classes are offered every semester, during the regular school day, as part of their elective or after school.
East San Gabriel Valley ROP is one of 72 ROP’s in the state of California. ROP is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for particular jobs. Community based-internships in local businesses and industry sites are offered in many classes.
Example of classes offered this year:
Early Childhood Education
College application workshops
Career and College Fair
(If you are a professional, who would like to be a presenter in our annual Career and College Fair, please contact us)
Resources Available at the College/Career Center:
Armed Services Information
SAT and ACT Test Information (See Counseling Office)
UC and CSU information
Students have access to a variety of summer programs offered such as: Summer Science Program, University of Denver Engineering, Constitutional Rights Foundation Youth Internship Program, Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Conference, Accounting Career Summer Residency Program and others.