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- n. A job taken by a student in order to learn a profession or trade.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. 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.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the position of a medical intern
"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.