What is another word for interns?

Pronunciation: [ˈɪntɜːnz] (IPA)

Interns are those who serve a specific period of time in a company to gain work experience under the guidance of skilled professionals. There are several synonyms to describe these individuals, including trainees, apprentices, novitiates, and in some cases, students. Trainees are individuals who are undergoing learning and acquiring skills in a particular field. Apprentices are those who are learning a craft or trade, while novitiates are individuals new to a specific job or situation. Students are mostly enrolled in an educational program, but may also seek internships for practical experience. Regardless of the term utilized, internships provide valuable learning experiences and opportunities for growth in various fields.

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Usage examples for Interns

The interns could not resist her, nor she them, and only so many midnight lunches on duty can be winked at, even in a hospital needing nurses.
"Our Nervous Friends Illustrating the Mastery of Nervousness"
Robert S. Carroll
The University Medical School has oversight of the Cincinnati General Hospital, and Mr. Nelson was troubled by the large number of cases of tuberculosis among members of the staff and the nurses and interns.
"Frank H. Nelson of Cincinnati"
Warren C. Herrick
Then two interns held her up in a standing posture, but her lifeless legs bent useless under her weight.
"Là-bas"
J. K. Huysmans

Famous quotes with Interns

  • I'll run just once — and just for the hell of it. I'll select the most qualified vice-presidential candidate possible just in case something strange happens and I win. After I'm sworn in I hang around long enough to sign an Executive Order requiring all airport screeners to have graduated in the top one-half of their high school class. Then I'll free all non-violent drug offenders, take a few spins on Air Force One and get to know the interns. Then I'll resign and let the vice president take the controls.
    Neal Boortz

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