preprofessional

pre·pro·fes·sion·al

 (prē′prə-fĕsh′ə-nəl)
adj.
Preparatory to the practice of a profession or to its specialized field of study.

preprofessional

(ˌpriːprəˈfɛʃənəl)
n
someone who is training for a profession
adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) prior to the practice of a profession
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The study also found that, at peak earnings ages, the salaries of liberal arts majors surpass those of preprofessional majors.
Knowing how to strike a balance between their preprofessional goals and the realities of running a smaller school has helped Brookline flourish.
This new report, How Liberal Arts and Sciences Majors Fare in Employment, examines long-term salary patterns for graduates just out of college and at peak earnings ages in several categories of majors: the liberal arts (humanities, arts and social sciences), the sciences and mathematics, professional and preprofessional fields, and engineering.
Haney (psychology, Berry College) introduces teachers, undergraduate students in psychology or preprofessional programs, graduate education students, and other professionals to the research and theory in the field of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) within the context of understanding the sociocultural dimensions of individuals with ASD and their families.
You might also provide projects for senior design courses at a university, or mentor an ASABE preprofessional member.
Australian teams used to tour Europe in the preprofessional days so we would love to invite Ulster and the other Irish provinces to Australia and play against them every year if there is space in the itinerary," he said.
The preprofessional teacher realizes that she/he is in the initial stages of a life-long learning process and that self reflection is one of the key components of that process.
The Premiership may be all very well,if you want to watch exhibition stuff played by a group of mercenaries,but down in the modest depths of Division Three, they have returned to the genuinely good old days of the preprofessional era.
the only four-year, private preprofessional training program for intelligence and research analysts in the world.
The class assignments and discussions center on the following themes: self, children, content learning, evaluation, preprofessional teaching, and popular opinion.
Level I coursework of the program focused on preprofessional experiences and emerging philosophies.
In developing the framework, the Preprofessional competency task force's objective was to identify all competencies necessary for everyone entering the profession, regardless of the specific career path pursued.