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internship

 [in´tern-ship]
1. the position of an intern in a hospital.
2. the term of service of an intern.

internship

/in·tern·ship/ (in´tern-ship) the position or term of service of an intern in a hospital.

internship

[in′turnship′]
a period of apprenticeship for a medical school graduate who serves in a hospital for a specified period before beginning a professional practice. Some hospitals offer internships for new graduates in nursing or for senior nursing students.

internship

Medtalk A period–often 1 yr following the close of a period of formal education during which a health professional gains practical experience. See Acting internship.

internship,

n the course work or practicum conducted in a professional dental clinic. The student-to-teacher ratio is low, allowing each student to receive personal attention from the instructor. During the internship, students perform patient procedures while sitting chairside with a dental professional. Students also perform radiographs and operate dental equipment. The goals are to prepare students for the successful completion of statewide exams and to provide them with practical experience so they can become dental professionals.

internship

the position held by an intern.
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He expressed the hope that after announcement of more internship, unemployment ratio would be reduced considerably in the country.
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.
Don't think of an internship as a short-term opportunity; it may very well end up becoming permanent.
Work experience including internships have become very essential; they are an established stepping-stone to employment for graduates and students starting their careers.
The major role of an internship is to offer a planned transition from the classroom to the job, and it is a natural bridge between universities and the labor market (Coco, 2000).
Significantly, the Glatt decision also makes it much harder to challenge internship programs through class actions.
A 32-item questionnaire was adapted from a previously developed questionnaire used for a descriptive survey of internship applicants who were unsuccessful on their first application attempt [2].
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.
Unpaid internships are illegal unless the internship meets one of the two requirements: the internship must be hands-on training as part of a formal education program or the internship is part of professional training (like law or architecture).
The internship spans over 2 months and will engage the interns through a range of learning activities including trainings, networking events, competitions and recognition schemes.
In that example the internship directly leads to a job offer; but even when the internship does not lead to a job within the company, it gives the intern a much better chance when sending out CVs for paid work.
An internship is an opportunity for a student to gain practice in a real world setting under the guidance of a knowledgeable, experienced, and successful supervisor.