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College & Career Center

Mr Martin is on campus every Wednesday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm only. Special appointments on Mondays and Fridays from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon can be set up through email. Remember to wear a mask.
 If you need a Work Permit, just follow these 3 easy steps.
Step #1- 
Print the attached digital copy of the Application for Work Permit application.  (if you do not have a printer, you can obtain the green hard copy of “Application for Work Permit” from the office window in the quad on Wednesdays only, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm)
Step #2- 
Complete every line on the application and obtain signatures from your parent, your employer and you will also need to sign the document.
If you leave any line blank, we will be unable to issue Work Permit so please be thorough and complete each line.
Step #3- 
Once the “Application for Work Permit” is completed,  including all signatures, contact Mr. Martin at william.martin@oxnardunion.org and he will email detailed instructions on how to meet at Channel Islands campus to receive the official Work Permit. 

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Many students in today’s high schools choose courses and work experiences in an unplanned, aimless manner, often resulting in limited career options and undeveloped potential. Innovative educators across the nation have responded by restructuring schools around career pathways. A career pathway is an integrated, multi-year sequence of career guidance, coursework, and work-based learning experiences that enables students to explore a variety of career choices and provides a context for learning.

Schools that are organized around career pathways give students an opportunity to use their experiences in the classroom and the workplace to help determine what they might or might not want to do, and gain a better understanding of the kinds of experience, skills, and education and training they will need to be successful in the workplace. The idea that students can begin to develop an initial career direction which provides a purpose and context for learning can motivate students, increase their achievement, and smooth the transition from school to work.

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William Martin


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Available resources at the College & Career Center:

  1. Work Permits
  2. Financial Aid Applications
  3. Scholarship Information
  4. SAT / ACT Booklet Registration Booklets
  5. Regional Occupational Program Booklets
  6. Open Job listings
  7. Community College Catalogs / Information
  8. Military Information (Navy, Marines, & Air Force)
  9. College Reference Materials




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