1. Apply and be accepted into the University and into the appropriate Internship Credential Program.
2. Apply for the California Intern Credential through the University Credential Analyst.
3. Understand the requirements of the intern’s state approved professional preparation program.
4. Meet with the credential analyst to apply for a California University Internship Credential, complete the Intern program registration (Form #12), and state intern consent form (http://www.ctc.ca.gov/educator-prep/intern/).
5. Complete Internship Agreement (Form #12A)
6. Register for and maintain continuous enrollment and participation in the Internship Program (courses and seminars and all responsibilities).
7. Consult the district support provider, as necessary and appropriate, regarding school and district policies, procedures, and expectations.
8. Attend program orientations, seminars or trainings provided for them.
9. Meet regularly with the district support provider and university supervisor regarding professional progress and development needs.
10. Provide lesson plans for observed lessons, as requested, to the district support provider and/or university supervisor as part of the observation/support process.
11. Participate in observation conferences with the university supervisor.
12. Develop professional goals based on the Teacher Performance Expectations.
13. Work collaboratively with the support provider, site administrator, and NCBTP staff.
14. Meet weekly with the support provider (Form #12B).
15. Maintain the Intern Program Summary and submit to NCBTP (Form #12C). This form is distributed to the school district and may be placed in an intern’s personnel file as evidence of completion of the Intern Program.
16. Complete local and state evaluation activities.