Education Specialist Mild/Moderate - Internship Credential
Department of Literacy, Early, Bilingual, and Special Education
Laura Alamillo, Chair
Education Building, Room 250
Degrees and Programs Offered
CRED in Reading and Literacy Leadership Specialist Credential
CRED in Reading and Literacy Added Authorization Certificate
CRED in Early Childhood - Specialist Credential
CRED in Education Specialist Mild/Moderate - Clear Credential
CRED in Education Specialist Mild/Moderate - Internship Credential
CRED in Education Specialist Mild/Moderate - Preliminary Credential
CRED in Education Specialist Moderate/Severe - Clear Credential
CRED in Education Specialist Moderate/Severe - Internship Credential
CRED in Education Specialist Moderate/Severe - Preliminary Credential
CRED in Multiple Subject - Preliminary - Early Chilhood Emphasis, Credential
MA in Education - Reading/Language Arts Option, M.A.
MA in Education - Early Childhood Education Option, M.A.
MA in Special Education, M.A.
MA in Education - Multilingual & Multicultural Education Option, M.A.
MN in Urban Civic Education, Minor
The mission of the Department of Literacy, Early, Bilingual, and Special Education is to prepare knowledgeable and professionally competent teachers and curriculum leaders in the areas of early childhood education (K-3), bilingual/cross-cultural education (K-12), and reading/language arts (K-12) in both public and private educational settings.
Teaching Internships Requirements
Teacher in Preparation (TIP) Internship Program. The TIP Internship program is designed for qualified individuals who have prior classroom experience and who seek an alternative route to obtaining a Preliminary Teaching Credential. Students must possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and meet all criteria for admission to a basic credential program. Candidates who have been instructional assistants or successful long-term substitute teachers and who are holders of provisional short-term permits or short-term staff permits are good candidates for the internship program.
Interns have a year-long contract with a participating school district, earning a modestly reduced salary. In addition, interns enroll in coursework leading to a Preliminary Teaching Credential (Single Subject or Multiple Subject) or Level I Teaching Credential (Special Education).
For further information, please contact the Internship Office at 559.278.0232.
Admission Requirements. Applicants must complete the following:
- Verify admission to California State University, Fresno with a Notice of Admission or a current enrollment transcript.
- Verify admission to the Kremen School of Education and Human Development
- Demonstrate subject matter competence.
- Pass the California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST).
- Complete a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.
- Provisions and Principles of the U.S. Constitution. Completion of a course (two semester units or three quarter units) in the provisions and principles of the United States Constitution or passage of examination in the subject given by a regionally accredited junior college, college, or university or verification of meeting the interstate agreement requirement.
Applicants must also participate in an interview with internship program faculty. Candidates must also be offered a teaching contract by a participating school district. Interns have the responsibility for finding their own jobs with participating districts.
Multiple Subject Teacher in Preparation (TIP) Internship Program Requirements. Contact the Teacher Internship Office, 559.278.0232.
Single Subject Teacher in Preparation (TIP) Internship Program Requirements. Contact the Teacher Internship Office, 559.278.0232.
Special Education Teacher in Preparation (TIP) Internship Program Requirements. Contact the Teacher Internship Office, 559.278.0232.
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