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 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.
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.
By participating in an externship, veterinary students will work with specialists, residents, interns, and senior emergency clinicians. The externships last up to two weeks and give externs an overview of all aspects involved in the medical treatment of animals.
Eligible fields of study include nursing, pharmacy, medicine, dentistry, psychology, optometry, physical therapy, medical technology and social work. Eligibility includes students who are recipients of scholarships in the health profession, American Indian or Alaska Native students studying in the health field, or Non-American Indian/Alaska Native students in a health profession.
The externships match students with positions within their chosen careers at locations throughout the U.S. Available positions are the result of alumni and friends of SIU at participating companies. Some of the companies offering externships include Major League Soccer, Wal-Mart, Kemper CPA Group, Illinois State Museum, Boeing, Chrysler, PepsiCo, and many others.
Students attending the Star Career Academy are required to complete an externship before graduating. They may choose from many exciting venues such as restaurants, catering services, hotels, corporate dining rooms, country clubs, bake shops, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and conference centers.
Externs may work on behalf of the NAACP for the defense of African-Americans and other minority groups. They may provide litigation services for the Mexican-American Legal Defense and Educational Fund on behalf of Latinos.
The externship is unpaid; students will be responsible for their own transportation and lodging during the program. Externs will find this work experience truly unique with an opportunity to work with all kinds of non-domestic animals. From whales, dolphins and sharks, to gorillas, chimpanzees, lions, tigers, cheetahs, and elephants, students are sure to find this an extraordinary externship.
Externships offer short work experiences in a veterinary setting for students who are currently attending veterinary medical school. Students may also find either part-time or full-time work in feline medical centers, feline veterinary offices and hospitals that will give them more experience in their field.
Externships can last from one day to one week. Eligible students will find externships available in numerous career fields and geographic locations around the world. The externships do no include pay or college credit. Students will be responsible for all expenses, including travel and housing.
Students accepted into the clinical externship program will have opportunities to learn about the care of many types of wild animals, including bald eagles, raptors, and other exotic wildlife and zoo animals. Externs will receive hands-on experience in clinical medicine and surgery, field observation, research, disease control, and other veterinary practices.
Externships allow students to engage in their profession for a short time to learn what skills they need to develop to prepare for a career in veterinary medicine. Positions are available across the country. Externships can include small animals, felines, canines, emergency and trauma care, general practice, and much more.
Veterinary students will receive hands-on experience as well skill building. Externs will spend about 80 percent of their time on a veterinary team of assistants, and the other 20 percent working directly with their mentor. Each extern will have a veterinary doctor as their guide throughout the externship.
Students may choose an externship at a university such as Johns Hopkins or Ohio State University, or they can complete their externship at a medical facility such as Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Each externship will provide a placement that will match students' interests and career goals.
Externs work an average of 8-10 hours a week. Placements can be in courts, governmental agencies, nonprofit organizations, or in-house corporate counsel offices. Experience will vary by position but all externs will have an opportunity to practice an area of law that meets their career goals and expectations.
The externships are for experience, offering college students a variety of veterinary settings that will fit their particular career interest. Not only will students be able to work with experienced veterinarians but also talk to students who may be doing their residency at the hospital.
The externship allows students to visit Cornell alumni in their work environments, and they can last anywhere from one day to one week. This allows students to observe a particular career field in order to better define their career choices. Sophomores, juniors and seniors from all undergraduate colleges may apply for an externship at Cornell.
Students interested in a career in laboratory animal medicine may apply. They must be currently enrolled full-time in an accredited veterinary school. The externship program is in association with the SAVMA Chapter of the International Veterinary Student Association offering externship opportunities for veterinary students.