Orientation meetings explaining qualifications for entry into the Teacher Internship Program (TIP) at California State University, Fresno, will be held in February and March.
The informational meeting will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. in Ed Room 140 of the university’s School of Education and Human Development at 5005 N. Maple Ave at Shaw.
The meetings will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 9, Wednesday, Feb. 24, Monday, March 15, and Tuesday, March 30.
The informational meetings will be held in Ed Room 140 of the School of Education and Human Development.
A join effort with local school districts, TIP helps school districts with teacher shortages by providing them student interns who are working to complete their teaching requirements in credential programs.
The interns, who generally have experience in a classroom setting as aides or are individuals pursing a second career, are seeking Multiple Subject (Elementary CLAD/BCLAD) emphasis or a Single Subject (Secondary) teaching credentials.
Candidates are hired by school districts at a modestly reduced salary and are supported by on-site cooperating teachers and supervised by faculty.
For further information, call the Teacher Internship office at (559) 278-0232.