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College & Career Center


The Temecula Valley High School College & Career Center is located in room 207.  We have resources for students who are making their post-high school plans.  These include information on the following:

  • Colleges and universities, including visits & presentations by college representatives
  • PSAT/SAT/ACT test information & preparation materials
  • Career and vocational training resources
  • Community Service opportunities
  • Scholarship and financial aid information
  • Local job, volunteer and internship opportunities
  • ROP class information
  • Military information

The College and Career Counselor presents college and career related information to all grade levels during the school year.  Each class of students will get a different presentation based on their grade level.  Senior presentations are in August and September. Junior presentations are in October and November.  Sophomore presentations are in November and December.  Freshman will have presentations in January.


Academic Planning

College Search Websites

Career Search & Interest Inventories

Employment Opportunities

Community Service Hours Information

Work Permits

For the complete set of laws governing youth employment in the State of California, please visit:
 . You can find a pamphlet from the State of California Department of Industrial Relations that covers definitions of minors along with wages, hours of work allowed, types of employment allowed by age, restricted and prohibited occupations, and penalties for violating these laws.


For further information:
Link to the FAQ page on the State of California Department of Education website or contact the Career Center.