Field and Clinical Education
Internships Forms and Guidelines
Internship Guidelines and Code of Conduct
STUDENT PROFESSIONAL EXPECTATIONS
The College of Education supports the mission goals and values of the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (OSRR) and the University of South Florida by promoting a community that values individual responsibility and the adherence to community standards as embodied in the Student Code of Conduct.
- Disclosure of Arrest and Conviction
- Social Media Guidelines
- Video Audio Still Image Letter
- Students should see the Video Audio Still Image Syllabus Statement in courses requiring a field experience, practicum, or internship.
Students planning to enroll in the Physical Education program or the Exercise Science concentration at the USF College of Education must read and sign the Student Handbook on Professional Behavior and Ethical Conduct.
USF CODE OF CONDUCT
USF values a community based on the principles of community, ethics, and civility. As such, the USF community expects students to behave in a manner that supports this purpose. Read the Student Code of Conduct document to understand what behavior is counteractive to this purpose and how USF will hold students accountable for those inappropriate behaviors.
The USF Ethics and Integrity Council serves in an advisory capacity to the President of the University, as well as to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Vice President for Student Affairs on policies, procedures and practices affecting students' academic integrity, ethical development, and respect for the global community at the University of South Florida.
USF POLICIES AND REGULATIONS
Find the regulations and policies for all of USF and selected links from the undergraduate and graduate catalogs.
STATE OF FLORIDA CODE OF ETHICS & RESOURCES
- Code of Ethics & Principles of Professional Conduct for the Education Profession in Florida
- Ethics in Education Act Resources
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION PETITION
This form allows undergraduate students in the College of Education to request an exemption/modification from the academic policies within the College of Education. Students may request a second internship experience or request permission to take a course along with final internship by completing this form.
PAID INTERNSHIP GUIDELINES AND FORMS
This form allows graduate students to request to complete their final internship in an eligible full-time teaching position they currently hold or one in which they are being offered. The school where the student is requesting to complete their final internship must be accredited and the assigned teacher/mentor must meet one of the requirements below:
The assigned teacher/mentor must have successfully taught for at least three years,
taken the state approved certified training and is certified in the candidate's area
The assigned teacher/mentor must have completed a Mentor Teacher Program approved by the district