externship


ex·tern·ship

noun \ˈek-ˌstərn-ˌship\

Definition of EXTERNSHIP

:  a training program that is part of a course of study of an educational institution and is taken in private business

Examples of EXTERNSHIP

  1. <prior to graduation from the culinary school he had served an externship as a sous chef at a high-end restaurant>

First Known Use of EXTERNSHIP

1945

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