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intern in (something)

To confine or imprison someone in something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "intern" and "in." How many people were interned in concentration camps during World War II?
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intern someone in something

to detain or imprison a person in something. The government interned the enemy prisoners in the camps for a few months. He was interned in a prison camp during the war.
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This kind of breadth is useful for any intern, and it's particularly in mine, since communication professionals are expected to be generalists.
Questions answered at the event ranged from how interns and employees can shift the negative public perception of our business, to how to advance careers in the company and what opportunities MPC can provide to employees.
ENPNewswire-August 20, 2019--Marathon Petroleum Corporation - Executives, interns and co-ops gather for MAIN Event
"I was an unpaid intern on The Hill, that was my first one, I had a part-time job while doing that, kind of realizing that no one looked like me in the hallways of Congress except the janitors.
Owners need to think about where an intern will work in the company's premises and who will be their mentor, guide or buddy.
Digital interns contribute to projects that impact people locally and globally, and VSFS interns benefit greatly from their experiences with VSFS.
Both groups benefit: The interns get valuable exposure to the day-to-day workings of an accounting firm, and the firms get extra help for little cost.
Fewer than 10 percent of House members and half of senators pay their interns, according to a study conducted last year by Pay Our Interns, an advocacy organization.
Make sure intern supervisors understand the value of an intern and are willing and able to handle the student.
This fact has not escaped Kendall's notice; she talks about a fellow intern who goes out for lunch on his parents' credit card while she eats a peanut butter and jelly sandwich at her desk.
Bringing an intern on board has the potential to be more valuable than simply saving hiring costs.
She entered the organization on the bottom rung, as a communications intern, in November 2008.
Despite a pressing need within LTC facilities, there is a question of just how to use social work interns. I have personally and professionally observed the intern hiring process as either (1) more trouble than it is worth, or, (2) a simple means of hiring unpaid employees who are effective filers, paper shredders and message-takers.