- pre- + professional (Wiktionary)
“Hubbard Street's "preprofessional" troupe -- who take daily classes and every opportunity they can to perform -- presents several original works.”
“Enrolled in a very competitive preprofessional program, Shari studied hard despite some initial floundering with all the new free time .”
“The veteran population, however, nearly disappeared because of costs and the sense among many vets that they needed preprofessional training more than a liberal arts degree.”
“And those who have such debt are going to be more likely to see college (because they might feel that they have to see college) as preprofessional, as preparation for careers remunerative enough to pay off their loans (or, say, support a sick uncle, or a dependent sister, or so on).”
“Occasionally Epictetus offers preprofessional advice to pupils who intend to pursue a teaching career of their own.”
“But the old, archaic, preprofessional system was not immediately replaced by a thoroughly modern one, despite the founding of a police force here and there.”
“They provide opportunities only for preprofessional recruits, and for women, who continue not to show interest comparable to men's.”
“I'm fine with that, of course; a debate team has a much closer link to collegiate purposes than does a preprofessional football team.”
“Other countries you have smaller proportions of their population going to college, but you have a whole level of people who have certain technical, preprofessional skills.”
“International Program for advanced and preprofessional artists, ages eighteen to twenty-nine.”
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