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Michael D. Eisner College of Education



Why Become an Intern in Special Education?

Stipends: Each intern is eligible for a stipend to assist with the cost of university coursework.

Mentoring and guidance: University faculty provide ongoing credential advisement and support throughout the program.

Program emphasis: The program is designed to provide a hands-on, reality-based course of study, link theory with practice, and develop reflective practitioners prepared to serve students with disabilities from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

Collegial support: Cohort-based intern seminars each semester provide collegial support through the exchange of ideas, networking, and collaborative problem solving.

Classroom support: One-to-one support is provided in the intern's own classroom by an experienced educator and CSUN faculty.

Acceleration of advanced study: Intern coursework may be applied to a Master's Degree in Special Education.