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Regional Occupational Program (ROP)

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MISSION STATEMENT                                          

The mission of the Montebello Unified School District Regional Occupational Program is to deliver quality career training and prepare all students to achieve personal and academic success in the future. We are an essential part of the educational system, focusing on global needs and innovation. Our students are employable and able to adapt to changing work environments for a lifetime of learning.


ROP enrollment is on a "First Come, First Serve" basis and may be limited because of space. Priority is given to Montebello Unified School District Seniors and Juniors.  Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment/program needs.


  1. View the ROP class schedule for start dates, times and locations. (Click here to view the ROP Spring Schedule)
  2. To sign-up for class, please complete the online Interest Form. (Click here for the Interest Form).  *The Interest Form is NOT the registration form.  You will still need to register on the first day of class.
  3. Students must attend the first day of class or they risk losing their place.
To Qualify for a Work Permit:


  • You must have been hired for a job. A work permit is not necessary to apply for a position.
  • Be currently enrolled as a student with the Montebello Unified School District.
  • Have at least a 2.0 GPA.
  • If you get hired, you will be required to attend a ROP Work Related course.


Work Permit Process:


  • You will need to complete the Work Permit Application Form.
  • We will also need either a California ID, Birth Certificate, or a passport in order to process the permit application.
  • Please bring all the above documents to your Career Center to start the process. It may take up to 5 business days to process your work permit application.


For more information, please contact your High School Career Center


ATC/VHS Contact:  Irma Inoue at 
BGHS Contact:  Patty Escobedo at 
MHS Contact:  Elena Reed at 
SHS Contact:  Jessica Stewart at 

Free to High  School Students!

Learn a job Skill

Earn high school credits

Prepare for advance training.

Learn in a simultated or actual work setting

Explore Careers




Architecture, Construction & Engineering Technology

Automotive Technology

Business Office Technology

Child Care

Computer Graphics/Animation/Webpage

Computer Graphic Design

Computer Information Technology

Construction Technology

Culinary Arts

Electronics Technology

Financial Services

Health Career Pathways (Multi-skilled Nurse Asst./Emergency Med. Responder)

Hospitality Careers / Hospitality Culinary Management

Lifeguard Occupations

Professional Dance

Protective Services Occupations

Community Recreation Services

Retail Sales Marketing / Merchandising

Sports Medicine

Business Office CVE

Food Services Management CVE

Retail Sales CVE