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intern

1. another word for internee
2. Med US and Canadian a graduate in the first year of practical training after medical school, resident in a hospital and under supervision by senior doctors
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The value proposition of Intern Werks is its ability to connect SMBs with the same network of talent accessible to large firms, which often deploy on-campus recruiting programs -- an impossible expense for the majority of the nation's small businesses.
The interns wear T-shirts with AC and EducationUSA logos, giving patrons a visual indicator of whom to ask for assistance.
Without pay, interns lack the most basic workplace protections.
Compensating your interns can affect your company in positive ways.
Depending on the industry, employers may also want to make certain that interns have health or professional liability insurance.
use their internships to attract and retain permanent employees, so they view internships as opportunities to conduct "extended interviews" of the student interns before extending offers for permanent employment.
The pressure to succeed can take its toll on some interns who have about eight weeks over the summer to prove themselves and dare not leave the office before their superiors.
For many businesses, relying on interns and providing them with training projects a first-year staff professional might experience has a significant impact on the decision to hire student interns once they graduate from college.
During the program, interns complete iLog, enroll in Defense Acquisition University distance learning to become Level I Life Cycle Logistics certified, complete the required Civilian Education System courses for their grade level, and attend one of the logistics branch BOLCs where they serve in key roles during the Sustainment Warrior Field Training Exercise.
Interns will be assigned to the city planning agency where they will work on a survey designed to evaluate citizens' perceptions of new construction projects within the city.
Rose and the production company for his PBS show settled a case in December 2012, agreeing to pay up to a total of $250,000 to a potential class of 189 former interns.
The suit claims that the law firm willfully classified the workers as interns when in fact they would be considered employees under New York labor laws and the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).