Summer Intern Eligibility Program (Fast Track)
Fresno State's Summer Intern Eligibility Program (IEP) is for future teachers working on Short-Term Staff or Provisional Internship Permits (STPs and PIPs) and new hires who need an Intern Credential to fill a teaching position in the coming school year.
In response to the growing need for elementary, secondary, and special education teachers in our region, Fresno State's Kremen School of Education and Human Development has streamlined the process for meeting internship credential prerequisites through a Summer IEP. This sequence of two summer courses will enable qualified candidates, the opportunity to streamline entry into the intern credential program and to meet requirements for an Intern Credential.
Two courses (6 units of credit) are offered this summer that will satisfy the pre-requisite requirements for the Teacher Internship Program for multiple subject and single subject candidates who have either completed subject matter competency through coursework or passed the CSET. (Candidates who have not passed CSET may take the courses, but will become eligible for an internship credential after passing it).
The two courses are being offered through Fresno State's Global and Continuing Education Office. The total cost for the six units is approximately $1,890 ($315 per unit). Scholarship funds may be available to partially offset the cost for those planning to teach mathematics or science. Contact Carol Fry Bohlin for more details.
- Fresno State Students: enroll in the two classes though their Fresno State portal, by selecting "CGE Summer".
- New students register here: http://www.fresnostate.edu/cge/courses/summersession/index.html
The courses below are for single subject credential students, however multiple subject students may be eligible.
|CI149||Curriculum, Instruction and Technology in Secondary Classrooms||3 units|
|LEE157||Teaching English Learners in Secondary Classrooms||3 units|