Career Center



Welcome to the Clovis North Career Center! The Career Center is dedicated to help bridge the path between your past, present and future goals. The Career Center offers information regarding a multitude of college options, career information, Military Careers, work permits, Financial Aid/Scholarship information and SAT/ACT information. You can stop by and request information on any subject related to the world of colleges, career paths and education. 


Contact Person:
Candice Puentes-Delgado
Career Center Secretary
(559) 327-5089
 Hours: 7:15AM - 4:15PM

 *Work permits may only be requested before/after school and at lunch. Please allow 24 hours from the time you turn in your work permit request to receive the formal work permit.


We are excited to introduce you to Career Cruising, an internet-based career exploration and planning tool that allows you to explore career and college options, and develop a career plan.  The program allows you to develop an online portfolio called, My Plan, so you can plan for your future.  Features of Career Cruising include career assessments, college and career search tools, financial aid information, scholarship search tools, SAT/ACT Prep, and a Resume Builder. 

  • To log in and create a Student account for Career Cruising:

-Go to



  • Transcript requests through Career Cruising:


7TH GRADE: Spring 2018 thru AB classes
- 8TH GRADE: Spring 2018 thru AB classes
- FROSH: November 13, 2017 thru Social Science classes & PE
- SOPHOMORE: November 14, 2017 thru Social Science classes & PE
- JUNIORS: November 17, 2017 thru Social Science classes & PE


Enter student information (name, DOB, education, email, password)
Click “SIGN UP”
You will be sent a confirmation code to the email you provided
Enter that code & begin answering the questions to complete the student profile
  • NOTE: Be sure to type in our full school name when asked the educational institution, as we’ve been confused with Clovis High School in the past.
Once your profile is complete you can “request an official or unofficial transcript to be mailed to a college or for yourself.
Clovis North Registrar’s office is then sent an email notification that a request is pending. The transcript will be uploaded to Parchment and they will send out as requested.

Fee:  $4.00 paid to Parchment





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  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    About the Program

    Our summer program taps into the potential of ambitious high school students, supporting you through the process of launching an actual startup.

    Join a highly-curated group of promising young entrepreneurs from around the globe for four intense weeks. You'll learn from industry experts and work in a group of peer cofounders to build real products and solve business challenges in viable ways.

  • Cambridge

    All of our programmes are designed and taught by tutors from Cambridge University and Oxford University, focusing upon exploring university level topics and placing emphasis on small class sizes and student-tutor engagement. The aim is to advance student's passion for their chosen subjects and provide insights beyond a secondary school syllabus. Students emerge more confident and curious individuals who are ready to articulate what they have learnt and take the newfound knowledge with them in the next steps of their lives, all the while making unforgettable memories.

    Enrolments for Cambridge Immerse 2018 are now open on the Cambridge Immerse website Younger students are also able to register their interest for the 2019 programme on our website.

  • Notre Dame

    Summer Scholars

    Program Date: June 23 – July 7, 2018

    Summer Scholars participants spend two intense weeks in one of 20 exciting programs of study. We keep the classes small and personal attention from Notre Dame faculty high. The coursework is a true preview of college academics—it is both rigorous and rewarding, and students earn one college credit upon the completion of a program track. Students collaborate on coursework outside designated class times, as they would in any college setting. There is also ample time to enjoy the social facets of college life, especially those unique to Notre Dame.

    Leadership Seminars

    Program Date: July 14 – July 25, 2018 

    Leadership Seminars explore topics affecting the global community. The courses are centered around vibrant discussion and a robust exchange of ideas. In this context, students are encouraged to examine their own conclusions and hone their own leadership capacities by improving their communications and analytical skills.

    Expenses for students accepted to Leadership Seminars—including transportation to and from Notre Dame—will be paid for by the University. Approximately 100 students are admitted to Leadership Seminars each year, and students are eligible to receive one college credit upon completion of the program.

  • Rochester Institute of Technology



    Do you know a high school student who dreams of entering
    the film or gaming industry; either as an artist or scientist?

    Magic Spell Studios will be the place where higher education and
    these industries collaborate in a unique vision.

    For student animators it will be a studio where game designers, programmers and animators partner to produce commercially viable games. 

    For student filmmakers it will be a studio where outside producers will bring their production needs to a qualified New York State Tax Incentive sound stage (one of very few in upstate NY) and use film students on their crew, give them appropriate screen credit and pay them.

    For motion picture student scientists it will be a facility that will allow research and practice on state of the art industry equipment.

    Magic Spell Studios establishes a large-scale partnership between the School of Film & Animation and the School of Interactive Games & Media that offers students matriculating in all our degrees opportunities in project development, research and marketable deliverables.

    RIT has been supplying the Motion Picture Industry with qualified graduates for over 35 years.  Alumni have established careers at Disney, Pixar, DreamWorks,  Blue Sky Studios, Industrial Light and Magic, Paramount, HBO, Fox Searchlight, Lucas Films, MTV, Nickelodeon, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Dolby, Imax, etc.

    For more information contact Mary Barnard at or 585-475-6175. 

  • Duke

    High School Students

    Summer College application deadline: April 14, 2017 at 11:59 pm
    Summer Academy application deadline: April 28, 2017 at 11:59 pm


    We invite you to imagine yourself at Duke this summer if you are:

    • seeking to gain academic credit from renowned Duke faculty or to learn to be a Leader and Global Citizen through personal enrichment courses;
    • hoping to spend your summer enjoying residential activities such as ball games, outlet shopping, dances, talent shows, and more;
    • excited to prepare for college and create an international network of peers.

    Check out our 2017 Duke Summer College and Summer Academy Blog for more information and a glimpse at what the programs are like.

  • Yale


    The Yale Young Global Scholars Program (YYGS) is a summer academic enrichment and leadership program that brings together outstanding high school students from around the world for intensive two-week sessions on Yale’s campus in New Haven and the Yale Center Beijing in China. YYGS offers six unique sessions in New Haven and one session in Beijing, China. 

    Participants attending a YYGS session in New Haven can expect an amazing summer experience studying in beautiful campus lecture halls and classrooms, living in Yale’s historic residential colleges, eating in award-winning dining halls, meeting a talented community of fellow students, engaging with world-renowned professors, and interacting with extraordinary visiting practitioners. 

    Participants attending a YYGS session in Beijing, China will have the opportunity to experience Yale’s world-renowned education while exploring one of the most culturally-vibrant and influential cities in the world. In addition to bringing some of Yale’s most renowned professors to China, this session will take advantage of its location by inviting distinguished professionals with real-life experience to lecture on relevant, important issues. Students will also have the opportunity to visit significant cultural sites, such as the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. YYGS-Beijing is limited to 90 students, making an intimate atmosphere for students to learn and make connections with their instructors and peers. This is the third year YYGS is offering a session in China, but the first time it is doing so during the summer. Read more about this new offering >

    Yale Young Global Scholars is an official Yale University program.

  • Summer Discovery

    Here at Summer Discovery and Discovery Internships  we're ready for another year of creating exceptional educational experiences for middle and high school students. We're pleased to announce our 2018 application is open

    As we look forward to our 52nd successful summer, we're committed more than ever to working with our university partners to deliver the most innovative and highest quality academic experiences. Here are some of the new programs and courses we're adding to our line-up:

    Apply today or email us at and we'll help you find the best fit program.

  • The Leadership Academy at Mercy College

    The Leadership Academy at Mercy College is geared towards students who have a passion for business and demonstrated leadership and public speaking skills. 

    We invite you to nominate your students to apply to our Summer Leadership Academy. Last year we received over 1,000 nominations from around the country from which we accepted 200 students to attend. 

    The weeklong Academy is held at our Westchester campus on the Hudson River and students visit our Manhattan campus near Times Square. Students learn leadership lessons from leaders at top global companies, match a personality assessment to potential careers, and participate in team-building activities. 

    In addition, students visit Fortune 500 companies. Past visits have included Microsoft/LinkedIn, Disney/ESPN, PWC, and MTV, among others. 

    There is no charge for tuition and students stay in the dorm for free.  Students simply need to provide their own transportation to and from campus, as well as a check in the amount of $300 for food.  

  • FRESNO STATE: Discovery. Diversity. Distinction

On behalf of the Outreach and Special Program Department at Fresno State and the CYC organizing committee, We are happy to invite you to the 2018 Chicano/Chicana Youth Conference at Fresno State.

This is an event for high school (9th-12th) and middle school (7th-8th Grades) students that promotes Access to Higher Education, Careers and Leadership, Cultural Awareness, and Social Justice.

This year we will future the two times United State Poet Laureate, Dr. Juan Felipe Herrera as the Keynote Speaker. Please see link for more information on Dr. Herrera:

The theme of this year is: Resiliency Through Unity, Education, Cultural, and Artistic Expression!
When: Saturday January 27th, 2018
Time: 8 am-2:30 pm
Place: Satellite Student Union, Fresno State University

This event free with limited space, please register before January 10th to secure your students. I have a attached a save the date flyer with a registration link for your convenience, or just click here:

Should you have any questions, feel free to  contact Walter Ramirez at or at 559.278.5347.