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State Center Adult Education Consortium consists of adult schools, community colleges, and other local partners that provide basic education and short-term career technical education training for adults 18 years and older in order to assist with seamless transitions into the workforce and/or post-secondary education.

Visit our new Student and Teacher Resource website,!


Current and prospective students will find information on college, careers, and supportive services at our new student and teacher resource website,

Students can request an appointment by phone, email or video chat with a Transitions Specialist for assistance with:

  • Academic and career advising
  • College admission applications
  • Financial aid
  • Educational and career training options
  • Career exploration
  • Community resource referrals


Teachers will find up-to-date information on lesson plans, professional development opportunities, testing, and other resources.


For up-to-date information on COVID-19, please visit the following websites:

Fresno County,

Madera County,

United Way Fresno and Madera Counties,


Community Action Partnership of Madera County - Rental and Rapid Rehousing Assistance Flyers

Rental and Rapid Rehousing Flyer

Homeless Services Referral Form


Emergency Broadband Benefit for households struggling to afford internet service during the pandemic.

Emergency Broadband Benefit Flyer


Find your district's website at the link below for the latest information regarding your adult school during the COVID-19 school closures.


Our staff is available to provide support via email and phone. Contact information can be found at the link below.


Our Transition Team is available during this time to assist students with community resource referrals, academic and career counseling, financial aid assistance, and college application assistance. Contact information can be found at the link below.

Transition Team


Earn a CompTIA A+ Certificate

(Computing Technology Industry Association)

Consisting of two courses, this online, self-paced program is offered free of charge through a grant with the Fresno K-16 Collaborative.

Please click on the flyer above for for information.

Beginning in August, Fresno City College, in partnership with the Fresno K-16 Collaborative and State Center Adult Education Consortium, will be offering a Bookkeeping Fundamentals Certificate. The courses will have a flexible schedule and are reserved for current adult school learners transitioning to college.

Fees for qualified Adult Education candidates are covered through the funds and efforts of
the Fresno K-16 Collaborative and

State Center Adult Education Consortium.

Click on the flyer for more information
and the registration link.

Fresno City College is offering tuition-free courses in EMLS (English for Multi-Lingual Students) and HiSET (High School Equivalency Preparation Classes). Click on the flyer for more information.

Madera Community College

Transition Specialist and Counselor Assistance

UFW Foundation - English Flyer

The UFW Foundation provides assistance with green card renewals, DACA renewals, naturalization, and other topics.

UFW Foundation - Spanish Flyer

Crystal Rodriguez

By statecenter | March 3, 2020

18 – Crystal Rodriguez from Clovis Unified School District on Vimeo.

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Adult Education-An Investment in America’s Future

By statecenter | October 17, 2019

Adult Education-An Investment in America’s Future Some 55,000+ Adult Education leaders stand united in a national campaign to move learning opportunities forward for all Americans to achieve economic and social mobility.

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Educate & Elevate

By statecenter | October 17, 2019

Educate & Elevate The California Community College Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) and the California Department of Education (CDE) are working in partnership to implement the Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG). The 2015-16 budget appropriate $500 million for the block grant following with another $500 million in 2016-17 in addition to $25 million for data and accountability…

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The State Center Adult Education Consortium maintains significant and expansive collaborative relationships between the State Center Community College District, regional area school districts with a focus on adult education and community based partners.

State Center Adult Education Consortium
642 Pollasky, Suite 110
ClovisCA 93612

Phone: (559) 207-3189