All the personnel requirements of the organization also apply to interns. The organization will support the interns in mentoring opportunities, educational conferences, finding financial support for school and locating tutoring for classes if needed.
Herencia Guadalupana Lab Schools will provide 3-4 hours of 3 to 5 days part-time paid employment learning how to educate children and families in poverty. Interns will have a maximum of 5 years to obtain a Bachelor’s in Early Childhood education or in Elementary Education. The intern must:
Maintain 12 credits of course work per semester
Maintain an academic grade point average of 3.5
Agree to participate in three community events for children per year
Complete six hours of training per month from Herencia Guadalupana, as well as one yearly retreat