In Virginia, a 13-year-old cannot. A 14-year-old can work up to 18 hours a week during the school year, no more than 3 hours on a school day or 8 hours on a non-school day. A permit is required. See the Child Labor Work Permit Issuing Officer at your school.
Here is some information. Maybe you can still contact them. Another program that you may also want to contact would be the STOP organization but I not sure what the age requirements are for them.
Fw: Youth Summer Jobs
City of Norfolk Holds Summer Job Fair for Teens April 11
The City of Norfolk will hold a summer job fair for the 2009 Summer Earn
and Learn Program 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday, April 11 at the Norfolk Scope.
The Norfolk Summer Earn and Learn Program gives Norfolk youth between the
ages of 14 - 19 the opportunity to gain meaningful work experience, and
learn about public and private service careers. The program runs June 22 -
All Norfolk youth between the ages of 14 - 19 who are not attending any
other summer program can apply on-line or at the Employment Training Center at 520
E. Main Street.
Applicants can also complete an application at the job fair.
To qualify, applicants:
* Must be
between the ages of 14 - 19
* Must be a
resident of Norfolk
* Must be
able to complete the program commitment
Norfolk Youth with physical disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Applications are accepted through April 17.
For more information about the Summer Earn and Learn Program, call 664-4486