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Career Based Intervention

Program: Career Based Intervention

Degree Level: Certificate

Delivered By: World Wide Web

Percent of program offered at a distance: 75%

Contact:
Dr. Patrick J. O'Connor
poconnor@kent.edu
330.672.2656

Department:
Adult, Counseling, Health, and Vocational Education
Address: 412 White Hall
P.O. Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242-0001

More Information about the Career Based Intervention Program


Program Description:

This is a Master’s level Endorsement to Teaching Certificate/License. Instruction for the Career Based Intervention Program is provided by a certified or licensed teacher coordinator who directs the related classroom study and coordinates it with on-the-job experiences. CBI Programs offer work experience in many different semi-skilled occupations.

Admission/Prerequisite Requirements:

Admission to the program requires a Bachelor’s degree, two years of successful teaching experience under a professional early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence or vocational certificate or license, and one year of full time work experience outside of education.

Additional Information

Courses required:

This is the preferred sequence of courses at Kent State University for CBIP endorsement, but you are permitted to start this program at any step:

NOTE: Courses with ehhslogo may be offered online, depending on student enrollment.

**Summer Step I:
CTTE 50093 Worksite Coordinator 2 hrs.   
**Only offered Annually in one week workshop format; last full week of July, 8 am-4pm, M-F

Fall Step II:
CTTE 56019 Coord Car Tech Coop Ed Prog 3 hrs.  ehhslogo
Spring Step III:
CTTE 56018 Disadvantaged Youth in CTTE 3 hrs.  ehhslogo
Summer Step IV:
CTTE 56020 Cirric Design & Application 3 hrs.  ehhslogo