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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 95 new interns that have started this year will undertake training and education across the core areas of medicine, surgery and emergency medicine, as well as spending some time on elective specialties.
The extent to which the internship accommodates the interns academic commitments by corresponding to the academic calendar; The extent to which the internships duration is limited to the period in which the internship provides the intern with beneficial learning; The extent to which the interns work complements, rather than displaces, the work of paid employees while providing significant educational benefits to the intern The extent to which the intern and the employer understand that the internship is conducted without entitlement to a paid job at the conclusion of the internship.
The change is a response in part to a string of intern lawsuits starting in 2011, when two former interns at Fox Searchlight Pictures filed a lawsuit alleging their employer violated the Fair Standards and Labor Act by not paying them for work they did on the movie "Black Swan.
The interns observed an emergency medical demonstration and a final practical exercise resulting from a weeklong training session.
A longtime member of the Entrepreneurs' Organization, Holt says interns can be a viable asset to your team and personal growth.
Smaller businesses and start-ups are making use of interns in their companies due to how financially efficient it is-the majority of interns do not require a visa as they are generally sponsored by their families and so companies are saving about 75 per cent on their recruitment budgets according to Internsme.
What kept her engaged during her internship was the fact that everybody in the office was busy, including the interns.
It was quickly pointed out that the group of interns were almost entirely white.
Social work interns are educated in a core curriculum that is, arguably, fundamental for effective customer service: individualized or tailored appreciation for the involved clientele, orientation toward the use of families for developing assessments and interventions, the use of a strict ethical code for conducting business, intrinsic cognizance for the functionality of departmental systems and team work.
We're all busy and pressed for time, but we also all know that interns are our chance to scout for talent and to find our future superstars.
The summer 2013 interns worked on a variety of research projects, ranging from developing a forecast tool for the gustiness of wind at the summit to understanding the evolution of atmospheric and environmental conditions that lead to avalanches in nearby Tuckerman Ravine.
The Court held that unpaid interns are not covered by the FLSA if they receive significant and quantifiable educational benefits from their internships.