Are you interested in becoming a credentialed teacher? Are you interested in getting a Master’s Degree in the same amount of time it takes to get your credential?
The Reach Intern Teacher Credential Program will support you to obtain an Intern Teaching Credential and then develop your teaching practice while you are working toward achieving equitable student outcomes as you fulfill requirements for a California K-12 Preliminary Teaching Credential. Beyond these requirements, the program will pay particular attention to less tangible but often more important characteristics of excellent teachers: a sense of purpose, the ability to build relationships, and a commitment to equity in education. The job-embedded Reach Intern Credential Program supports equity-oriented district and charter school teachers to transform educational experiences for historically underserved students as they pursue a California Preliminary Teaching credential. Interested candidates can also concurrently earn a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree.