For those who hope to be hired with internship credentials:
To apply for the Internship Credential, based on amendments to Education Specialist Interships last month, Interns are now required to have English Learner and Language Arts Preparation (120 hours of practicum and course work in related areas) before beginning as an intern. If a student holds another credential issued before 2002, all of these requirements are met. If a student does not hold another credential, to become an Intern students must take SPED 500, 501, 502, 527, 915C, and Teacher Education 930 all of which are offered in the summer. Throughout the program of study all courses are infused with English learner and multicultural competencies; Interns will need to demonstrate competencies related to multicultural diversity, English language learner instruction, and Language Arts instruction during every semester of their program.
Last Modified 07/1/11 03:18