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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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In addition, three-quarters of those responding to the Career Center's annual graduating class survey said their internship experience had a direct impact on obtaining their current job.
Have students identify what they hope to gain from the internship as well as what they hope you, as their employer, will gain from having them on board.
The NUS are campaigning to stop university careers services from advertising unpaid internships and helping to exploit their students.
Highly rated employees should mentor student interns before, during, and after their internships.
Internmatch posts internships in several categories throughout the country and has a section dedicated to environmental internships.
A person's internship experience with a firm can often the determining factor in accepting a full-time job tiller from that firm.
Unfortunately, in today's fragile economy, the alternative to an unpaid internship is often unemployment, and being unemployed at a young age can have reverberating costs for decades to come.
Obviously, these are not the only things to consider before beginning an internship program.
At the end of the internship programme, each intern is required to submit an internship close-out report as well as deliver a presentation covering the scope of the internship and learning acquired.
After contrasting the highly regulated, highly structured, highly successful apprenticeship model with the new breed of Disney-like internships, Perlin lays out the reasons why Disney's intern program is possible.
Instead, it means that unpaid internships generally should not be used by the employer as a trial period for individuals seeking employment.