An experiential learning opportunity, usually offered by a school, similar to an internship, but generally shorter in duration.(noun)
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Use "externship" in a sentence
"If Darcy Burner still wants to go to Washington DC, she might ask Sen. Cantwell if that externship is still available."
"Lewis met his contact at the EPA during a one-week 'externship' while he was still in college."
"Each morning after a short lecture, the students get to work on meals that will get progressively more difficult, adding courses and plating instruction, until the students decamp for a five-week "externship" on the Western Slope on farms, ranches and at wineries, followed by more work in Boulder County restaurants."