Internships [noun]

Definition of Internships:

teacher's assistantship

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Sentence/Example of Internships:

In May, Jenna graduated from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, after internships at NBC and VOA.

Arians, then the Arizona Cardinals’ head coach, created an internship for Leftwich and allowed him input beyond his standing as a low-level assistant.

Swayed by her work and nudged in part by a nod of approval from Lieberman, he recommended Nichols to then-Wizards front-office executive Tommy Sheppard after Nichols applied for an internship in Washington.

Paid internships, after-school programs, and courses about video game journalism and game design are a focus of the nonprofit’s advocacy work.

Adding new workers is key as well, with Mulligan highlighting a new partnership between Guardian Life and the City University of New York to offer digital skills training—with several trainees already in internships at Guardian.

He has reported on Chicago police with internships at the Chicago Reporter, Injustice Watch and the Chicago Sun-Times.

Instead, those students arranged their own combination of work, volunteering, career advancement—either through internships or classes—and independent travel.

For InsideSherpa co-founders Tom Brunskill and Pasha Rayan, the canceled internships were an opportunity.

So I was looking for what I thought would be the easiest internship and it was at a modeling agency.

After I did that internship, I decided that I wanted to go to grad school.