(intern) an advanced student or graduate in medicine gaining supervised practical experience (`houseman' is a British term)
(intern) deprive of freedom; "During WW II, Japanese were interned in camps in the West"
(intern) work as an intern; "The young doctor is interning at the Medical Center this year"
A medical intern is a term used in the United States for a physician in training who has completed medical school. An intern has a medical degree, but does not have a full license to practice medicine unsupervised. ...
An intern is someone who works in a temporary position with an emphasis on on-the-job training rather than merely employment (SIH-199), making it similar to an apprenticeship. ...
(Intern (computer science)) In computer science, string interning is a method of storing only one copy of each distinct string value, which must be immutable. ...
(The Intern) The Intern is a 2000 comedy satire film directed by Michael Lange about the shallow world of fashion magazines. It stars Dominique Swain, Joan Rivers, Peggy Lipton and Kathy Griffin. ...
(The Interns (band)) Originally a duo consisting of Rikki Alan (real name Alan Smith, guitar/bass/ vocals), and his brother Gerry Alan (real name Gerald Smith, piano/guitar/vocals), playing local dances and working men's clubs in the area surrounding their home town of Newport, South Wales.
(The Interns (television series)) The Interns is an American medical drama series that aired on CBS from 1970 to 1971. It was based on the 1962 film The Interns and the 1964 sequel The New Interns.
A job taken by a student in order to learn a profession or trade
(intern) A student who works in order to gain experience in their chosen field; A med student or recently graduated medical student working in a hospital as a final part of medical training; To imprison somebody, usually without trial; To internalize; To work as an intern; Internal
(Internships) One of the best types of work experiences for entry-level job-seekers because a majority of employers say experience is the most important factor in whether you're hired. Internships involve working in your expected career field, either during a semester or over the summer. ...
(Internships) A phrase that is increasingly used by large companies and refers to a placement within their organisation.
(Internships) Opportunities for “hands on” experience. Some internships are performed for pay, and some are performed as a volunteer.
(Internships) Part-time jobs available to UTeach students that allow them to gain valuable experience in education environments. Internships prove mutually beneficial to UTeach students and non-profit community organizations and are funded through private donations.
(Internships) Practical work or training experience that allows students to apply what they have learned in class. Generally, you'll participate in an internship when you are not taking classes perhaps during the summer.
(Internships) Someone who spends time training while employed by a company that is willing to invest in the future of their employees to improve their prospects.
(Internships) Students from virtually every major participate in internships; examples range from investment firms on Wall Street to the Massachusetts General Hospital.^
(Internships) The Office of Career Services creates opportunities for students to gain practical work experience in areas that compliment their academic studies. Certain criteria must be met to earn eligibility to participate in an internship. Please contact the office to inquire into the process.
Internships are for 10-12 weeks, usually over the summer and are available to candidates in their penultimate (next to last) year of study.
(Intern (aka Veal)) Chef, my bisque is ready to serve.
(INTERN) a newly qualified graduate, with or without a teaching qualification. The INTERN/Art, INTERN/Math, etc., positions are NOT for experienced teachers.
(Intern) (v) : to confine to a specified area
(Intern) A licensed technician, in all departments, who is currently in Gadabout’s Advanced Education program.