Externships vary in levels and include Assistant Clinical I, II and III, and Assistant Final Clinical Practicum. Assistant Clinical I, II and III require students to complete a 90-hour clinical at an affiliate site that provides physical therapy services. Assistant Final Clinical Practicum requires a 360-hour clinical.
Eligible students must be enrolled in an accredited nursing program and have completed one semester of hospital medical or surgical clinical experience before applying. Nursing externs are temporary, part-time positions that give nursing students real-life experience in the nursing field.
The externship includes a salary that is based on each student's experience and level of training. Eligible students must be pursuing a degree in the health care industry and have a grade point average of 2.0 or above.
Externships are 12 months long. Externs will work 16 hours a week. Their work will include assessing children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders and will be in the Division of Pediatric Neuropsychology.
Medical students must have completed their first year of medical school and in their second year of school before they are eligible to apply for externships. Each session is two weeks long and includes a stipend, housing if required, meals, parking and travel allowance.
The externship is offered at the Methodist Health System in Dallas, Texas. Eligible students are those who are currently attending medical school in the U.S. or Canada. The externship consists of four week block rotations. Externs will receive excellent training in the management of inpatients and some outpatient.
Several different externships are offered to meet the interests of many students. It can include field care, medicine, surgery, sport horse treatment, reproduction and fertility. Students will gain real-world experience in their equine specialty field and work with some of the most valued horses in the world.
Externs will receive hands-on experience in preparing and maintaining instruments, equipment, and materials for dental procedures. They will assist in dental procedures and be supervised by experienced dentists and hygienists. The experience will help students prepare for a career in dental assistance and gain valuable skills that will be required for licensing.
Eligible dental students must be currently enrolled in an ADA-Accredited Dental School which is among those affiliated with Lutheran Medical Center. All participating schools maintain high academic standards and have externship programs designed to give students the best hands-on patient care experience.
The 18-week program runs from April through October and provides culinary students with an exceptional training experience at one of the most prestigious private clubs in the world. Externs will be taught by an Executive Chef and work in state-of-the-art kitchens preparing hot and cold foods, appetizers, desserts, and learning how to cook for banquets and catering events.
Whether students are pursuing careers in catering, hospitality, food service companies or preparing to be chefs in fine restaurants, the externship will give them an opportunity to put their skills to work and explore career options. They will also make important contacts that could lead them to their dream job.
Most externships require that students be in their junior or senior year of dental school in order to apply. Externships are 1-4 weeks in length. Externs will be able to assist oral and maxillofacial residents with surgery and other procedures as well as attend conferences, seminars and other training opportunities.
Externs will work in one of the world’s largest academic medical centers. They will work with physicians, allied professionals and other nurses in an environment where they can exchange ideas and increase their medical knowledge. Positions are offered as a Nursing Attendant, Nursing Companion or Summer Nurse Externship. All are part-time nursing positions for nursing students.
Students must have completed one semester of hospital medical/surgical clinical experience. Externships are temporary, part-time positions. Externs work every other weekend during the school year that includes two eight-hour shifts. During the summer, externs work two eight-hour shifts during the day, evening, or night.
The externship offers a paid opportunity for nursing students to learn more about their career while still in college. Externs will be guided and mentored by a nurse preceptor. Externs may choose from a variety of pediatric specialties such as medical and surgical nursing, intensive care nursing, emergency room nursing, hematology/oncology, rehabilitation, transitional care and short-term procedures.
Externs will work in the Indian Health Service (IHS) Division of Oral Health (DOH), or at a specific IHS or Tribal site. State-of-the-art facilities offer dental students an opportunity to work with real patients and also pursue career opportunities in the field of dentistry.
Students with prior clinical experience will receive hands-on work, including working directly with patients and serving as dental assistants. Students without experience may observe. Both provide a unique learning experience for students.
The program was designed to help law students be more competitive when looking for a job after graduation. The experience will give them a greater advantage with future employers and also increase their opportunities with their favorite law firms.
The externship is eight weeks in length. Applicants must be currently attending American allopathic and osteopathic medical schools. Each extern will have a mentor who is a clinician-educator. Only one or two students per site are chosen for an externship.
Externs will gain hands-on experience in many clinical areas. These include family and internal medicine, general and urological surgery, radiology, pathology, pediatrics, oncology, hematology, cardiology, anesthesiology, OB/GYN, and more.
The externships are for students who are in their third year of medical school or beyond, who have completed their assessment coursework, and who have had prior externship experience with testing, and direct clinical experience with children. Externs will participate in doing testing, evaluating test results, forming diagnoses, and providing feedback to parents. The on-the-job training will prepare students for careers in autism, neuropsychology and psychology in treating children.
Students must be currently attending a school that is accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, the organization responsible for accrediting medical education programs leading to an MD degree in the United States and Canada. The externship includes transportation to and from the externship location, lodging and meals, and a weekly stipend.
The externship is a shadowing or observational opportunity for students to learn about veterinary hospital care policies and procedures. The externship includes lectures, medical rounds and continuing education seminars. Externs will also be able to see experienced veterinarians at work in delivering veterinary services such as critical care and emergency, internal medicine, oncology, neurology, pathology, rehabilitation and surgery.
Externs will work with experienced veterinarians and receive supervision as well as training and hands-on experience. Students interested in applying for the program must be in good standing on their clinical rotations. Externs must be sponsored by a NJVMA member veterinarian.
Interested students must be senior veterinary students in their clinical year of study at veterinary school. The externship lasts 2-4 weeks and is generally offered during the months of April through November.