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Workforce & Education

The top-two reasons people choose to live in Clovis are high-quality public safety and the Clovis Unified School District. Students in Clovis receive one of the highest quality educations in the nation and graduate ready for college, work and life. The City of Clovis strives to make sure that every individual has access to training and education that will prepare them for the workforce as well as ongoing training that will provide opportunities for a lifetime of success. 

Workforce

Clovis boasts a low unemployment rate (lower than City of Fresno and Fresno County) and a highly educated, capable and willing workforce. There are 47,541 employed citizens over age 16 within the City of Clovis.

The area is home to strong education assets both at the K-12 and Higher Education level, including Fresno State University and State Center Community College District (the District includes five campuses). The city’s Economic Development Department and local resources supplement these educational opportunities with workforce training.

The City of Clovis strives to make sure that every individual has access to training and education that will prepare them for a lifetime of success. This is why the City works with, and supports these organizations:

Education

The top-two reasons people choose to live in Clovis are high-quality public safety and the Clovis Unified School District. Students in Clovis receive one of the highest quality educations in the nation and graduate ready for college, work and life. For these students, and other young adults, the next steps toward the workforce will vary. Some students will choose a traditional college, some will achieve special training through a trade school or specialized college, some will join the military and others will start working right away. Regardless of the path that each young adult chooses, the City of Clovis strives to make sure that every individual has access to training and education that will prepare them for the workforce as well as ongoing training that will provide opportunities for a lifetime of success. The following is a list of educational organizations:

Universities

California State University, Fresno
Fresno Pacific University
University of California, Merced
National University
University of Phoenix
California Health Sciences University

Community Colleges

Fresno City College
Reedley College
College of the Sequoias
California Christian College
Clovis Community College Center

Vocational and Professional Schools

California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno
DeVry University
Heald College
Institute of Technology
ITT Tech
Kaplan College
Milan Institute
PACE Symposia
Police Science Institute
San Joaquin College of Law

Clovis Unified School District

High Schools: 5
Charter Schools: 2
Junior High Schools: 5
Elementary Schools: 32
Community Day Schools: 3
Click here to visit Clovis Unified School District’s website