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  • About the Program
    The teaching internship program offers students the opportunity to study the development of children in an educational environment. Students learn how to meet the physical, emotional, and intellectual needs of children. Students learn how to assist children in a classroom environment. During the internship students spend their time shadowing and mentoring a teacher at an elementary school. When students are not at a school, they meet at Burton 2 to 4 times a month after the initial two weeks of school. Students have the opportunity to dual enroll and receive up to six college credits toward early childhood education certification.
  • Instructor


    Amanda Kinser

    Started at Burton in 2018
    Began teaching in 2011
    BS Human Development
    MSE Ed Career in Technical Education
    Family and Consumer Science Endorsement

  • Career Pathways

    Early Childhood / Preschool Teacher

    Secondary Teacher

    Special Education Teacher

    Instructional Assistant

    Elementary Teacher

    School Administrator

    School Counselor

    College Professor