Each branch of the United States Millitary will be invited on campus through out the school year in the Counseling Center during lunch break.  Listed below are the recuriters and contact information for each branch of the military: Military_Information_Page_for_Packet_002.pdf

CNEC Military Reps/Recruiters 2017-2018

  • Army:  Staff Sergeant Cody Holloway
            Cell: 559-681-1461
            Office: 559-323-1099


  •  Air Force:  Staff Sergeant USAF Robert W. Grier
            Cell: 559-400-1178
            Office: 559-322-8297


  •  Navy: Shawn Miller
            Cell: 836-9182
            Office: 325-9830


  •  Marines:  Sergeant Figueroa, Keith R.
             Office: 299-9286


  •  Army Reserve: Staff Sergeant Ernesto Gallegos
             Cell: 559-389-6550
  •  Army National Guard:  Staff Sergeant Nick Barragan
             US Army Recruiter
             Cell: 559-573-1077



The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple choice test used to determine qualification for enlistment in the United Stated Armed Forces.  As with other tests, how much you have learned in school through the years and your motivation will determine results. The ASVAB is given once a year on the Clovis North campus.  To take the exam, students must be in the 11th or 12th grade and have a permission slip signed by parents and teachers. 

Any students interested in wanting information to assist in choosing the right career path, should sign up to take the ASVAB test. This test is free. A permission slip can be found on the Clovis North website or pick one up in the counseling center. The deadline to sign up is January 10, 2018.  If you have any questions, contact Ms. Wood, in the counseling center at 327-5056. 

  • For more information about the ASVAB program, visit 
  • ASVAB test results review is on February 16th, 2018


ROTC stands for Reserve Officer Training Corps.  It is a college program offered at more than 1,000 colleges and universities across the United States that prepares young adults to become officers in the U.S. Military.  In exchange for a paid college education and a guaranteed post-college career, cadets commit to serve in the Military after graduation.  When enrolled in ROTC you learn first-hand what it takes to lead others, motivate groups and how to conduct missions as a military officer.  If interested, meet with a recruiter during your junior year to learn more about the application process.


Military Service Academy Information:

If you are a student interested in pursuing a college education at a United States Service Academy, you are encouraged to attend the annual Academy Night held at the Clovis Unified District Professional Development Building.  The Academy Night typically takes place in the fall of each year.  Liaisons representing the Air Force Academy, Merchant Marine Academy, Military Academy (West Point), Naval Academy and ROTC will be in attendance to answer questions and review the admissions process.  


Military Academy Night:

  • Fall 2018

There are four U.S. Service Academies that require a congressional nomination: 


Please visit the Congressman's website for even more Academy information.