- trainee + -ship (Wiktionary)
“If I'd known how important that actually was – well, definitely, I would have worked harder," says 25-year-old Daniel Heidemeier, who has found a traineeship in the building trade.”
“• Can a cut-price traineeship ever be a good deal for a wannabe lawyer?”
“By then, he'd also done journalism, getting commended in the British Press Awards for a piece on youth culture in the Observer and winning a Times traineeship.”
“At the end of the game I had the pleasure in congratulating 19-year Byanda Sobetwa on being awarded a sporting traineeship with the new Western Sydney AFL club.”
“The German-born Mr. Geller, who is a favorite at the influential downtown men's boutique Odin, began a traineeship at Marc Jacobs after graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2001, and launched his eponymous men's wear line for the fall 2007 season.”
“The Phurstborn (that was the name of her band many moons ago) is home for a few months inbetween university, a traineeship and career with the BBC, a charity skateboard roadtrip across Australia and an entirely new career in ... well I'll tell you when it's certain.”
“Offspringette had just been accepted for her traineeship at the BBC so we had a very long chat about all that and I possibly said something mildly pessimistic about the state of the NHS.”
“Pushed to identify the outcomes of her 2 year hard won traineeship with”
“I have a probably six week traineeship at my new place of work, which will be intense, stressful, chaotic, creative and - hopefully - at least a little bit fun.”
“As recently as 5 years ago, few residents in Singapore applied for traineeship positions in emergency medicine, but this number has surged in the past 2-3 years, with many applicants mentioning that they read my blog on a regular basis and developed an interest in this field because of the information I provided.”
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