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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 Court held that unpaid interns are not covered by the FLSA if they receive significant and quantifiable educational benefits from their internships. Surprisingly, Glatt is the first authoritative decision in this area despite the fact that the FLSA was adopted almost 80 years ago (in 1938) and unpaid internships have been a staple of career development for decades.
What is the status of your corporate internship program?
What is the value of an internship program at a metalcasting facility?
Historically, internships played a vital role in education (Herring et al., 1990).
To obtain registration as a dietitian, nutrition students in Ontario need to complete two stages of training: (i) an undergraduate degree in nutrition accredited by Dietitians of Canada (DC) and (ii) an accredited internship program lasting 35-40 weeks as either a post-degree internship or integrated with a master's degree (a combined master's-internship) [1].
In some cases, internships are a required part of obtaining a degree.
William Fremd High School held its first Internship Signing Day in the school's gym on Wednesday, April 24.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Youth Affairs Programme (PMYA) has planned to start National Internship Programme for fresh graduates in the country.
class="MsoNormalSandra Nkatha, a HR practitioner, says that when looking for internship, what really matters are the long-staying aspects you will gain from it.
While most internships have been unpaid, travel expenses are paid and interns report the clear benefits to them: skills development, improved confidence, access to professional networks and opportunities to "get stuck in" to meaningful projects.
"We try to encourage face-to-face internships, but we understand that the future of work may include more remote workers, so we're not closing the door on virtual opportunities," says Beth Pontari, associate provost for engaged learning at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina.