The period of time during which a person is an intern; as, she served her internship over the summer.
A program to provide novices in a field with apprenticeship training.
The period of time during which a novice in a field serves in a subordinate capacity and continues to gain experience; the learning period before one becomes an expert.
Supervised work in a company or agency related to a student's degree program and career plans. An internship is usually taken for academic credit and often for remuneration.
a critical and required part of the curriculum
a good way to try a new job without making a permanent commitment
a highlight of this major -- and may free blow jobs be executive it jobs Compensation fastest growing home based businesses U
a job that directly relates to your chosen field of study for which you are enrolled
a period of professional placement as a worker within a media and communications organisation
a step into the professional world
a time for you to find out how environmental professionals work by working with an off campus environmental organization
a virtual necessity when seeking a position as a technology professional
The state of being an intern; the position of an intern.
the position of a medical intern
a fully paid position in a public school and may be one or two years long
a serious position
a capstone activity for most Journalism majors
a highlight of this major -- and may even be required
an attractive program for York Biology majors (and others)
a required part of the new media journalism major
a fun and exciting way to put your liberal arts skills into action
an excellent trial run for a potential future employee
an excellent way for you to gain an understanding of Barclays Capital
a way of bettering the world you live in, of developing the skills of an involved citizen, and of developing a bond between UNT and the community at large
a required part of the program
a requirement of the photojournalism program
a special feature of this program
a year-round program
a course of study in which applicants receive part of their clinical training in a Board approved private practice setting in Delaware, or other Board approved setting, under the supervision of a licensed optometrist or ophthalmologist
A one-year period of training immediately following medical school.
A carryover from past years, this term refers to the first year of Residency training. It is more common to simply refer to the first year as First Year Residency instead of Internship.