Student Teaching/Internship Program

Internships are an integral part of the Teacher Education Program at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NC A&T) School of Education. These experiences contribute significantly to each candidate's development and growth from pre-service to in-service teachers, counselors, administrators, and other school personnel. The Internship Program’s mission is to provide quality internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate candidates enrolled in internships with highly qualified cooperating teachers and site supervisors. Internships are arranged through Student Services in connection with accredited school partners and agencies. These diverse experiences are designed to facilitate candidates' development to "Explore...Discover...and Become Catalysts for Learning".

Student Teaching

Student teaching is the clinical practice component of the teacher education program. It is an intensive and extensive experience that immerses the candidate in the learning community. The student teaching experience provides an opportunity for the candidate to develop and demonstrate competence in the professional role of the teacher. It is a semester long experience that occurs within an approved PK–12 school.

The application and assessment process for Student Teaching and Internships are available through TaskStream.  Each candidate must self-enroll in TaskStream. The application is located in each program area in TaskStream.  

Documents/Forms:

  • Student Teaching Handbook 

Guilford County Only:

  • Guilford County Schools Release of Information Form 
  • BIB Credit Card Charge Approval Form 
  • BIB-GCS Employment Background Authorization & Release 
  • LEA/IHE Certification of Teaching Capacity 
  • Student Teaching/Practicum Fee Request Form 
  • W-9 Form 
  • Certificate of Hours Taught 

Access through TaskStream

  1. Student Teaching Application
  2. Performance Evaluation
  3. Student Teacher/Intern Program Evaluation
  4. Cooperating Teacher Program Evaluation

Graduate Teaching Internships (MAT)

Graduate Teaching Internship provides the graduate intern with an intensive and extensive opportunity to demonstrate under supervision of a master teacher, the knowledge, skills and dispositions to achieve desired student learning outcomes. The internship occurs within an approved PK-12 school.

The application and assessment processes for Graduate Teaching internships are available through TaskStream.  Each candidate must self-enroll in the TaskStream program. The application is located in each program area in TaskStream.

Documents/Forms:

  • MAT Internship Handbook 

Guilford County Only:

  • Guilford County Schools Release of Information Form 
  • BIB Credit Card Charge Approval Form 
  • BIB-GCS Employment Background Authorization & Release 
  • Student Teaching/Practicum Fee Request Form 
  • W-9 Form 
  • Certificate of Hours Taught 
  • LEA/IHE Certification of Teaching Capacity  

Access through TaskStream

  1. MAT Internship Application
  2. Performance Evaluation
  3. Student Teacher/Intern Program Evaluation:
  4. Cooperating Teacher Program Evaluation

Instructional Technology Internship (School Placement)

The Instructional Technology Program is designed to provide candidates with the basic theories, practices, and principles in the field of Instructional Technology. The purpose of the internship is to provide candidates with experiences which will help them integrate the theoretical and practical information and knowledge gained during their course work. Candidates desiring to be placed in a school setting must apply through TaskStream.  The application is located in the program in TaskStream. 

 Documents/Forms:

  • Instructional Technology Internship Handbook
  • Application for Internship Form 

Guilford County Only:

  • Guilford County Schools Release of Information Form 
  • BIB Credit Card Charge Approval Form 
  • BIB-GCS Employment Background Authorization & Release 
  • Instructional Technology Program Evaluation Form