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externship

Line breaks: ex¦tern|ship
Pronunciation: /ɪkˈstəːnʃɪp
 
, ɛkˈstəːnʃɪp
 
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Definition of externship in English:

noun

North American
A temporary training programme in a workplace, especially one offered to students as part of a course of study: an eight-week externship
More example sentences
  • The student's desire is to extract knowledge from the externship, thus gaining valuable experience.
  • He recently began a five-week, paid externship through the state Leadership Initiatives for Teaching and Technology program for middle and high school science, technology, engineering, and math teachers.
  • i found an externship i would kill for in DC.

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