P.A.I.N.T. INTERNSHIP TIERS AND CLASSES

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TIER ONE - pre-p.a.i.n.t. internship
(for FIRST-TIME INTERNS)

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PRE-P.A.I.N.T. INTERNSHIP -
Observe/Assist a Teacher

Location: Local school classroom
(Placement determined by P.A.I.N.T. Coordinator)
Dates: Flexible schedule during the school day/week
(20 hours total)

 

observE and assist a classroom teacher at a local school
(20 hours at $10/hour = $200)

  • Get placed at a local school with a mentor teacher, and participate in classroom activities with students for 20 hours over the semester, as it works with your schedule.

  • Interns may complete up to two Tier-One Internships within the same semester.

  • Interns may complete a Tier-One Internship in the same semester as a Tier-Two Internship.


TIER TWO p.a.i.n.t. internshipS

Intern is partnered with another pre-service teacher or mentor teacher to share teaching responsibilities. (40 hours)($12/hour)

  • Prerequisite: Must have completed or be completing a Tier One Internship in order to do a Tier Two Internship.

  • Exception: Students who have completed a 20-hour (minimum) practicum as part of their degree program may skip the Tier One Pre-P.A.I.N.T. Internship prerequisite.

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MURAL PAINTING
TEEN ROOM & PLAY ROOM

Bridge to Hope, Menomonie, WI
(Flexible dates and times)
Estimated class size: 1-5

The Bridge to Hope supports victims and families that have been affected by domestic violence.
Help paint a mural in the teen room or play room at the center.

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ART EXPLORATION
FOR ADULT INMATES
(Partnered Internship)

Location: Dunn County Jail
(2.6 miles from Stout - vehicle needed)
90-minute classes that meet twice per week (flexible days/times)
Estimated class size: 8-10

Plan and lead art lessons to inmates. Inmates will explore drawing and/or watercolor media to gain skills, express themselves, and allow for personal growth. Paid planning time included.

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ARTS AND CRAFTS FOR ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES (Mini-internship, appx. 15-20 hours)

Location: Leisure/Senior Center (2 blocks from Applied Arts)
Dates: One Thursday per month, 5:30-8pm

Teach holiday or seasonal art projects to adults with disabilities. Small group and 1:1 opportunities with older students who are young at heart.

 
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COOKING CREATIONS (Partnered Internship)

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
Location: River Heights Elementary (1.2 miles from Stout - vehicle recommended)
Class size: 10
Dates: Mar. 1- May 9
M/W 4:45-6:15pm
or TU/TH 4:45-6:15pm

Create delectable edibles by baking yummy creative treats! Teaching baking/cooking lessons and incorporate art projects, songs, children’s books, or storytelling for edible entertainment! Supplies and food provided. Paid planning time included.

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“CANVAS CREATIONS”
Parent/child painting classes

Location: UW-Stout library (2nd floor)
Flexible evenings or weekends:
One night per week, 6-8pm
OR
Saturdays or Sundays (2-hour class)
Estimated class size: 10-15

Parent/child canvas painting classes. Teach step-by-step canvas painting. All supplies included.
(Paid planning and prep time)

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UW-Stout Child and Family Study Center PRESCHOOL ASSISTANT

UW-Stout Child and Family Study Center
Locations: Infant-Toddler Lab (Heritage Hall, on campus) OR Preschool Lab (1 block from Heritage Hall)
Estimated Class size: 10-15
(Flexible days/hours)

Assist teachers at the Child and Family Study Center with lessons and daily activities with young children. Explore music, movement, and/or visual arts activities in the preschool classroom.


TIER THREE p.a.i.n.t. internshipS

Independent teaching internship (40 hours at $14/hour = $560)

  • Prerequisite: Must have completed a Tier Two Internship.

  • Exception: Students in their 3rd or 4th year of their degree program who have completed at least two practicums in courses.

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HIP HOP DANCE

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB (Grades 2-5)
Location: River Heights Elementary (1.2 miles from Stout - vehicle recommended)
Estimated class size: 10 students, grades 3-5
M/W 4:45-6:15pm OR TU/TH 4:45-6:15pm
35 hours during the college semester, plus 5 hours of paid planning time.

Teach students in grades 3-5 a fun and creative dances! Intern chooses popular (and appropriate) songs and dance styles for students to learn choreographed dances.

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COOKING CREATIONS

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
Location: River Heights Elementary (1.2 miles from Stout - vehicle recommended)
Class size: 10 students, grades 3-5
Fall semester, starting mid-September (appx. 40 hours total)
M/W 4:45-6:15pm OR TU/TH 4:45-6:15pm
35 hours during the college semester, plus 5 hours of paid planning time.

Create delectable edibles by baking yummy creative treats! Teaching baking/cooking lessons and incorporate art projects, songs, children’s books, or storytelling for edible entertainment! Supplies and food provided. Paid planning time included.