In the state of Virginia, both federal child labor laws and state law are in accordance that the minimum age to work is 14. However, the minimum work age work does not usually include door-to-door sales (e.g., the Girl Scout cookie drive), working on a farm and the entertainment industry. These employment categories have different minimum age requirements. Additionally, there are child labor laws that restrict the number of hours youth are allowed to work.
Required Certificates: Virginia law requires child employment certificates for those under the age of 16. You can find employment certificates online by visiting the Virginia Youth Employment Website
Work Restrictions: Virginians ages 14-15 can work in offices, restaurants, grocery stores, hospitals and much more, the hours they can work is limited. Additionally, youth this age can’t work more than three hours during a school day, 18 hours during a school week, eight hours during a non-school day or 40 hours during a non-school week. For more information on youth employment and restrictions please visit: Labor & Employment Law
Looking for employment? Check out the Cavalier Job Board in the Cafeteria this week. Look for updates coming to the board in the next few weeks.
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National Radiologic Technologic Week is celebrated annually to recognize the vital work of radiologic technologists across the nation. The celebration takes place each year during the week that includes Nov. 8th to commemorate the discovery of the x-ray by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen on Nov. 8, 1895. The week-long celebration calls attention to the important role medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals play in patient care and health care safety
Phys. Therapist Asst. Program Information Session – Stafford
Wednesday September 11 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Barbara J. Fried Center – BJFC
This information session is for students interested in applying to the PTA program. No reservations are required. You will learn about this dynamic and in-demand healthcare career, as well as the courses and other requirements you must complete before applying to the PTA program. Applicants are required to attend an information session, and we recommend you attend as early as possible. The PTA program has a selective admissions process. Students are admitted once a year.