College and Career Center
Chris Stoll is the College and Career Center Specialist for Petaluma High School. She helps students apply for college, trade schools and financial aid, and also is the coordinator for our local and national scholarships. In addition to helping students with college, Mrs. Stoll can also help students with career choices, work permits and resume writing.
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Work Permit InformationIf you are planning to have a job this school year you will need to have a work permit. You can pick up the application in the College and Career Center or download a copy from the link below. Complete the entire application, have it signed by your parent or guardian and your employer, and return it to Mrs. Stoll in the College & Career Center Monday-Thursday.
Job Shadow InformationDownload the Student Guide in PDF format
News From the College and Career Center
News from the College and Career Center
(For the weekly bulletin please see above.)
The College and Career Center is up and running ready for another great school year.
Do you need a work permit? Work permits are job specific, so you will need to be hired in order to have a work permit completed. If you need a work permit application, they are in the folder on the wall outside of my office. Please allow 24 hours for me to complete the permit application. In addition, you must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA. We will revoke your permit if you do not meet the GPA requirements.
If you are looking for employment, please stop by my office and check out my job board, I receive job postings all year long. In addition to jobs, I also have community service opportunities.
College and Career Center ServicesThe College and Career Center is a place where students can research higher education and career possibilities. They will find current information on hundreds of colleges, universities, and trade schools, meet with college admissions representatives, use the computers to access information on scholarships, and work on their college applications.