Summer Work Permit UPDATE
Need a work permit this summer? Starting Thursday, June 4th and running thru Wednesday, July 15th all Redlands USD students with a total weighted GPA of at least a 1.5 are eligible for a work permit. (NOTE: No work permits are issued after July 15th until school resumes on August 12th.)
After you have received a job offer, download and print the attached B1-1 work permit request form and complete it in full including student, parent and employer signatures and then email Mrs. Hill at Kari_Hill@redlands.k12.ca.us between school hours, 7:30-2:30 pm, Monday-Friday, to complete the work permit process.
(DO NOT EMAIL THE WORK PERMIT APPLICATION)
Work permits are issued twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays ONLY and it is critical that you follow all instructions. Please email Mrs. Hill with any questions.
https://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/dlseformb1-1.pdf (this is the work permit application)
Scholarship Search Tools for Students
SCHOLLY- Scholarship Search Tool and college Scholarship Finder App. Yeah, there's an app for that! Scholly pairs students up with potential scholarships and free money to pay for college. Download the app at www.myscholly.com and see what is out there for you.
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Fastweb - Fastweb is the leading online resource in finding scholarships to help you pay for school. Visit www.fastweb.com for more information.
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Chegg- The Chegg scholarship finder is another great tool that will help you find scholarships for school. If you sign up, you’ll get additional filters to customize your search. But if you prefer, you can get started without one and search by location, GPA and application type. If you’re burnt out with application essays, narrow the list down to scholarships that don’t require an essay. Filtering will help you avoid scrolling through the site’s 25,000-plus opportunities. Go to www.chegg.com/scholarships to learn more.
Are you feeling overwhelmed, sad, nervous, or depressed? Are you having trouble managing your anger? Do you need someone to talk to? Here are a few websites that might give you some direction in finding the help you need to feel better!*South Coast Community Services - counseling resource
*Strategies for dealing with anxiety