NutraSourceDI is a distance (remote) dietetic internship program inviting all eligible dietetic students nationwide to apply. We will accept up to 40 qualified interns. As an intern in our program, you will have the convenience and flexibility of completing your internship in your local area while achieving your eligibility status to take the Commission on Dietetic Registrations (CDR) credentialing exam for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN). We offer a Non-Degree Full-time (9 month) track, with the option to apply for a master’s degree through a partnership with the University of Alabama (UA). Some of the courses in the graduate degree program are designed to be integrated into the supervised practice portion of an internship. As part of the degree program, students are required to take an Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy and an Advanced Food Systems Management course in the summer prior to starting the internship in the fall, for a total of 6 graduate credits. The University of Alabama offers interns the option to enroll in the Master of Science (M.S.) in Human Nutrition, with options to choose the general M.S. or a concentration in Clinical Nutrition or Community Nutrition. For more information, see their flyer (click here) or visit their website: http://www.nhm.ches.ua.edu/masters-in-human-nutrition.html
Once accepted, you will choose one of three program concentrations we offer: Long Term Care; Medical Nutrition Therapy; or Wellness Promotion. Our main concentration focus is Long Term Care. We see a rising increase in the demand for dietitian nutritionists for this industry due to the Baby-boom generation reaching age 65 and we would like to be the solution to fill this anticipated rise in demand. If your interest is in Medical Nutrition Therapy or Wellness Promotion, you may choose one of these as your concentration area.
Our aim is to position our graduates to fill the projected overall increased need for competent RDNs as outlined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Outlook: “Employment of dietitians and nutritionists is projected to grow 15 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations”
As a NutraSourceDI graduate, you will be poised for a rewarding career in dietetics through your supervised practice experiences and the relationships you develop through our program. You may pursue career opportunities in a variety of settings. Entry-level nutrition and dietetic positions available to you include working in hospitals, long term care facilities, food service departments, school food service programs, corporate wellness programs, sports nutrition, private practice, community and public health settings. You are encouraged to apply for an amazing career opportunity at NutraSourceRD. Please watch this short video from our VP of Operations, Caitlin O’Neill, on why working at NutraSourceRD is a good choice.
NutraSourceDI has been granted candidate status by the Accreditation Council for Education in
Nutrition and Dietetics of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics