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Definition of "externs" []

  • A person, such as a physician at a hospital, who has an official connection with an institution but does not reside in it (noun)

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Use "externs" in a sentence
  • "TEACHER PAY: The "externs" received a stipend of about $150 a day for their corporate summer work, according to Iowa Mathematics and Science Education Partnership."
  • ""maturity certificate" [1] as "externs," braving all the difficulties of this thorny path."
  • "In addition, trainees may have opportunities to supervise externs and practicum students and to collaborate in multidisciplinary forums (case-centered consultations and research activities)."
  • "In addition to supervised training experiences, fellows may have opportunities to supervise interns, externs and practicum students and to collaborate in multidisciplinary forums (case-centered consultations, research activities)."
  • "The Director develops and fosters relationships with the various agencies, courts, and firms from which Litigation Skills faculty are recruited and clinical externs are placed."