GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Med.) The state of being an intern; the position of an intern.
- n. The period of time during which a person is an intern.
- n. A program to provide novices in a field with apprenticeship training.
- n. The period of time during which a novice in a field serves in a subordinate capacity and continues to gain experience; the learning period before one becomes an expert.
- n. the position of a medical intern
- From intern + -ship. (Wiktionary)
“The word 'internship' carries no legal definition and therefore often leads to graduate exploitation," said Mr Curtis.”
“TVGuide. com: So does that mean Annie's internship is kaput too?”
“Some 74% of business schools saw an increase in internship opportunities in 2010; in 2009, 69% of schools reported a decline, according to the MBA Career Services Council, an industry group that monitors global M.B.A. employment.”
“The internship is unpaid and both full and part-time applicants are encouraged to apply.”
“The issue with the unpaid private sector internship is its effect on driving down employment which I kinda thought any member of congress would consider a problem.”
“They engage in internship experiences in the community in any field that interests them.”
“As an African-American and a recent Harvard graduate, I have found that my day-to-day life loan payments and choosing a job over a non-paying internship is shaped more by my socioeconomic profile (lower middle class) than by my racial one.”
“Well my displeasure of my internship is well documented.”
“• An internship is like a job interview that lasts three months.”
“• Mine those contacts: The No. 1 benefit of an internship is the relationships you'll make with seasoned professionals.”
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