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apiadmin [Internship]
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 We advise all new people to bees and beekeeping to start as an Intern. ​ There is no cost to be an Intern with us.  There is a commitment though. ​ We ask that once you begin your internship to please stick with it and finish the season out. We advise all new people to bees and beekeeping to start as an Intern. ​ There is no cost to be an Intern with us.  There is a commitment though. ​ We ask that once you begin your internship to please stick with it and finish the season out.
  
-Interns have no responsibility or real expectations on them regarding hive results or production. ​ They are there mostly to familiarize themselves with being around bees and in an apiary. ​ They learn the terminology and essentially work as a "​Gofer"​ with Apiarists and Apprentices.+Interns have no responsibility or real expectations on them regarding hive results or production. ​ They are there mostly to familiarize themselves with being around bees and in an apiary. ​ They learn the terminology and essentially work as a "​Gofer"​ with Apprentices, Journeymen, and Apiarists.
  
 During the Internship is the best time to start to take the "Basic Beekeeping"​ series of classes to prepare for the Apprentice level of training. During the Internship is the best time to start to take the "Basic Beekeeping"​ series of classes to prepare for the Apprentice level of training.
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 After successfully taking all the classes and completing the training program, Apprentices will take a series of written, verbal and applied skills exams. Successful passing of exams qualifies the Apprentice to move to the Journeyman level. After successfully taking all the classes and completing the training program, Apprentices will take a series of written, verbal and applied skills exams. Successful passing of exams qualifies the Apprentice to move to the Journeyman level.
  
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 +The Journeyman level of training takes the prospective apiarist into more advanced knowledge and skills. ​ Building upon the knowledge and skills from the first season as an Apprentice.
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 +During this stage is the best time to take the Advanced Beekeeping classes to prepare for the Apiarist certification exams.
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 +Upon successful completion of these knowledge and demonstrated skills exams, the Journeyman will qualify to be certified as a professional Apiarist.
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