Teacher Intern Credential Program - Earn a Salary While Earning Your Teaching Credential
Alliant’s Standard Intern Teaching Credential Program allows current classroom teachers like you the ability to continue working as a paid teacher while pursuing your Preliminary K-12 California Teaching Credential (Single Subject, Multiple Subject or Education Specialist).
In addition to your paid intern teaching position, you will also engage in online coursework and professional mentoring from an experienced Alliant field supervisor. With our teacher intern program, you can decide whether you wish to complete your pedagogy coursework before securing an intern teaching credential or complete both simultaneously.
We've helped prepare hundreds of California teachers for an effective, rewarding, and enduring career as a teacher serving California's diverse student population and communities. Let us help you to become the next one with our teacher intern program. If you are looking to learn more about student teaching, our internship program at our school is an excellent place to start. Prepare for your future teaching position today by enrolling in our teacher intern program at Alliant University.
The Standard Intern Teaching Option is an alternative teacher certification program, approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). This teacher preparation program provides students the necessary coursework and instruction allowing them to work toward their preliminary California teaching credential, all while working as a paid teacher in a school. All other coursework and assignments are completed online through our University.
Under the Standard Intern Option, students assume immediate and full teaching and classroom management responsibilities. While working under this teaching internship credential, students receive mentorship and support through a minimum of three (3) classroom observations and coaching sessions conducted by a designated Alliant field supervisor each term.
Please note: Candidates are responsible for finding and securing an approved intern teaching position; private schools are not state-eligible to host intern teachers.
To learn more about requirements for this teaching pathway, click the link below.