Core IV Student Teaching/Internship Experience
Core IV Student Teaching/Internship experience is a full-time, supervised experience to be completed in a continuous sequence of weeks for a designated time period. During this period, certified and experienced professionals supervise candidates. The Core IV experience requires a total commitment on the part of each student. Normally no other courses should be taken, and students are discouraged from holding part-time, evening, and weekend jobs.
- Senior or graduate standing.
- Must be fully admitted to Core III/Teacher Education.
- A cumulative grade point average of 2.8 or better. No grade of less than "C" (2.0) may be counted in coursework taken in major or minor program.
Completing the Core IV Application:
Students planning on student teaching or completing an internship next academic year or following summer must attend information sessions and submit specific documents to the College of Education in order to ensure proper and appropriate placement. Please pay close attention to the following deadlines and instructions as both have been modified this year.
Please visit SC 105E with any questions or if you encounter any difficulties completing this application process.
Core IV Application Checklist:
______ Attend one of the Student Teaching Internships Information Sessions
______ Complete Core IV Application**
______ Meet with your advisor by January 28, 2019 to go over application, checking for spelling,
______ Download a copy of your transcripts AFTER December grades have been posted
______ Once application has been finalized and signed by you and your advisor, you will submit a
scanned PDF of completed Core IV application and transcripts as ONE document via email to
Assistant Dean, Katie Russo, email@example.com by February 22, 2019.
______ Indicate your name in the subject line; see examples below:
Trip Dawg – Elementary: CORE IV Application
Tony Hinkle – Secondary: CORE IV Application
Ovid Butler – Internship: CORE IV Application
**NOTE: You will need the most updated version of Adobe Acrobat. To download the most recent version, please visit: http://www.adobe.com/downloads.html. If you are using a Mac, do not open in Preview. There is a known issue that causes the text to disappear if the document has been filled out in Preview and saved as a PDF. **
If you should have any questions, please feel free to contact Ms. Katie Russo at 940-9331 or firstname.lastname@example.org SC 105E.