An interns must meet the following requirements:
(a) At least 60 units of college credit have been acquired, and it is predicted that the student will qualify for the credential within two calendar years.
(b) The individual is to have lived or worked extensively in areas of high concentration of low-income families or is a member of a minority or racial ethnic group who has lived or worked extensively in low income areas.
(c) Must have a high teaching potential and meet qualifications for the issuance of a credential.
(d) Shows reasonable evidence that the intern will teach for at least two years following the earning of a credential in a school in a low income area.
(e) Is registered for at least twelve semester units per semester or the equivalent number of units in an institution operating on a quarterly basis.