College & Career Center
Working to ensure a bright future for YCHS students
The Yuba City High School College and Career Center welcomes all students and strives to provide an environment that assists and guides students who are seeking ideas or planning a career. The College and Career Center is a place to work, learn and energize personal growth while enhancing existing skills.
Career Center Resources
Career Center Resources
All students under the age of 18 MUST obtain a work permit before working. Work permits must be renewed at the beginning of the school year.
- Download the Work Permit Application
- Complete "Minor's Information" section
- Complete "School Information" section
- Obtain Parent/Legal Guradian's signature
- Give to employer to fill out "Employer Information" section
- Bring completed application to the College & Career Center (Rm. 324)
- Omce you have submitted your application, it will be completed within 2 school days. PLAN ACCORDINGLY
WHAT IS WORK EXPERIENCE?
WHAT WILL BE EXPECTED OF
ME IF I ENROLL IN WORK
HOW DO I ENROLL?
To enroll in Work Experience you must:
WORK EXPERIENCE COORDINATOR:
Tuesday/Wednesday at Lunch
Job and Volunteer Opportunities
NEED A JOB?
Access the Virtual Jobs Board here
The Virtual Jobs Board is updated weekly with new and exciting opportunities in our area!
JOB SEARCH ENGINES
The Sutter County One Stop is a multi-faceted organization that has assisted individuals with employment opportunities, education and training since 1984. On their website, you can find job postings, resume help, career exploration, and many other services.
This organization offers the same services as the previous, it’s just located over the bridge in Yuba County.
This website lets you search for jobs in your area and narrow it down by who is hiring teens!
This is another search engine you can use like Indeed.
Search for jobs, internships, or gigs for teens.
Get employment ready using the tools below!
To keep track of your college applications, scholarship applications, etc. MAKE A COPY to your local Google Drive and make it your own!
You’ll need to know what activities you’ve done, honors you’ve received, etc. for scholarship and college apps. Why not put it all in one place?! Make a copy to your local Google Drive and make it your own!
Letter of Recommendation Form Fill out this form and have it ready to send to your teachers, counselors, etc. when you ask for recommendation letters!
Resume Building Docs:
Are you interested in joining one of the branches in our Armed Forces? Click the links below for more information.
Stop by the Career Center if you would like to set up an appointment to speak with a recruiter.
*If you are interested in taking the ASVAB test offered on campus please stop by the College & Career Center, Rm 324.
Money can be a source of extreme stress and anxiety when thinking about college. There are many different ways to fund your college education. Apply for the FAFSA below and then check out the scholarships available that you can apply to to win free money for college!
Study Abroad Opportunities
The study abroad programs take you around the world to gain independence, flexibility, a broader world view, and new friends! Go abroad during high school or after graduation for as little as 3 weeks to a full semester or academic year.
Check out Ciee High School Study Abroad to learn more.
Questions? Stop by the College & Career Center, Room 324
Figuring out what to do after high school is a huge decision. Utilize these tools to help you decide!
Use the Japanese tradition of Ikigai to think about what you might want to do after high school. The link will take you to a 5-minute YouTube video that walks you through the steps to think about what you love to do, what you feel you’re good at doing, etc.
Lets you “Discover Possibilities” with an Interest Profiler and exercises in budget planning, career searching, and finding interests that mesh with opportunities.
This resource was developed by the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration. The website contains a database, available at no cost to the public, that is continually updated with a broad range of work opportunities and occupations.
Career "clusters" are groups of careers that share common themes or require similar skills.For this activity, read each statement and select the statements that are true for you. The results will prioritize the career clusters based on your responses.
The official source for college and career planning in California. Once you have narrowed down your career choice, use this tool to help you find the best college to ensure your success!
This site lists career pathways and salary ranges. Watch videos of students making a living at jobs they enjoy.
*If you would like to take an in person test, visit the College & Career Center, Room 324.