Educator Summer Internship Program Grades K-14 teachers in Stanislaus County can apply.
In agriculture, business, government, energy conservation, non-profit agencies, manufacturing, technology, and other areas of your interest.
Why become a teacher intern?
Learn up-to-date job competencies and requirements from employers. Enhance your ability to relate the world of work to students. Self-assess technical skills in relation to current or future teaching assignments. Develop greater collaboration between educators and employers.
Earn a $1000 stipend upon: a. Successful completion of your internship. b. Compliance with scheduled timeline. c. Successful completion of exit summary and review.
Due: February 18, 2022 Individual Meetings: (SPIE will contact applicant) 15-minute Zoom meeting with a SPIE Consultant after school. April 4-8, 2022 Selection of Interns: April 15, 2022 Intern Orientation Meeting (mandatory): SCOE, Peterson Event Center 1100 H Street, Modesto, CA. May 11, 2022, Thursday - 4:00pm Length of Internship: 40 hours created to meet your schedule. Internship completion no later than July 31, 2022 Exit Summaries: Due by August 5, 2022 Review & Celebration (mandatory): August 17, 2022, 4:00- 5:30 pm at the Petersen Event Center, 720 12th Street, Modesto Business Attire Recommended
ALL steps below MUST be completed by February 18, 2022. Complete online application. A signed principal’s commitment letter - Download below - you will link this form in the online app. Workers' Compensation Form filled out and signed - Download below- you will link this form in the online app.
**To be completed by selected interns at the end of internship** *Successful completion of internships. *Completion of a lesson plan. *Successful completions of exit summary and review ( we will send you an online form). *Continuing Education Unit, CSU Stanislaus available. Please note: you will not receive your stipend until you complete the exit summary/lesson plan below and your 40 hours. For questions email@example.com Submit Exit Summary and Lesson Plan by August 5, 2022
"Dear SPIE, Thank you for providing me with the internship opportunity. I think this is a very worthwhile bridge between the business and school communities. The efforts and funds that SPIE devotes to the internship project is highly valued by me. The internship helped me more fully understand what businesses need schools to do to help students be successful in their future careers. I am hopeful that this knowledge will help me more fully prepare students to be successful in their future careers and for the students to become contributing members of our society." Thank you! - Mark Heinzinger, 4th grade teacher, Marshall Elementary School
2019 Summer Teacher Internship Data 30 Teacher Internships this year throughout Stanislaus County. The results is that over 2,000 students will learn what local businesses expect of their employees.