It is the student’s responsibility to let the University know when you are actually completing the final course requirements for your degree. Summer Commencement will be held in the Bryce Jordan Center on Saturday, August 10, 2019. To participate, you must register by going into LionPATH and declaring your intent to graduate (“apply for graduation”) by Friday, June 14th .
Your application is needed to start the process of reviewing your degree requirements for graduation and receiving approval from the college to graduate. You should also check in with your advisor to ensure that you have truly met all degree requirements. If you have any credits from outside of Penn State that are still needed to fulfill degree requirements here, you must fully complete the transfer process before the registrar will be able to approve your degree completion.
Community Progress Council WIC Program in York, PA has three full-time Nutritionist positions available. For more information including how to apply, please visit this link.
Recent Dietetic/Nutrition Graduates:
Full-time Opportunity in the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program serving Franklin County.
- Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Dietetics, Nutrition or Nutritional Science.
- Benefits, Health, Holidays, Vacation
- Must be willing to travel when needed.
- Will perform direct client services, eligibility screening, risk assessment, individual education in a clinic setting.
- Keyboard/computer skills required.
- Must enjoy a busy, fast-paced atmosphere.
- Positive attitude required for this team.
- Spanish-speaking abilities a plus
Send resumes to: WIC Director, 153 N. Stratton St., Gettysburg, PA, 17325
or fax 717-334-1971 or email at email@example.com
No phone calls please. EOE.
The Penn State Diet Assessment Center (PSDAC) offers an exciting opportunity for undergraduate students to get involved in research. Students gain valuable nutrition experience essential for a Dietetic Internship Program. It is also an excellent opportunity for those who want to pursue an advanced degree in nutrition or other health related profession.
We are looking to hire undergraduate students in April for a May start date. Students would need to work at PSDAC throughout summer 2019 and commit to one full year of employment. We start students at competitive wages who are nutrition majors in the Department of Nutritional Sciences or who are seeking a minor in nutrition as part of Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management or Human Development and Family Studies degree.
The job is flexible enough to accommodate the busy schedules of students. It requires an extensive training program that consists of learning about diet assessment methodology, interview techniques, nutrition research software, and the research studies conducted in the PSDAC.
The job requirements are as follows:* Must be a sophomore nutrition major, or junior not completing a summer field experience, or seeking a minor in nutrition
* Must be willing to commit to 1 year of employment
* Must be willing to work during the summer and winter/spring breaks
* Must be willing to work evenings and some weekends
* Must be willing to work several 3 to 4 hour shifts per week (~10-15 hours total)
For more information contact:
Kristen Cox, RDN, LDN
Office Phone: 814-863-5428
Attention Dietetics option students! This is related to NUTR 393: Dietetic Internship Application Development required for students in this option
If you have an anticipated graduation date of August 2020 (Summer) or December 2020 (Fall) and are enrolled in the Dietetics option, please register for NUTR 393: Dietetic Application Development in Fall 2019. We are NOT offering this course in the Spring 2020 semester next academic year.
If you are unsure when you will be graduating, please meet with your academic advisor to discuss your situation. She will be able to help you determine whether you need to sign up for NUTR 393 in the Fall.
If you and your adviser agree that you should take NUTR 393 in the fall, please fill out this “add form” https://www.registrar.psu.edu/student_forms/dropadd_form.cfm and send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will add you to the course once I confirm you meet the other requirements to enroll in this class.
Thanks, Dr. Coleman-Kelly
We are currently looking for Undergraduate Teaching Assistants for NUTR 251. The class meets Monday Wednesday Friday 1:25-2:15 pm. You will receive 1 credit of NUTR 496 credit. Please contact Lynn Parker Klees email@example.com for more information. Please include your overall GPA and the grade you received in NUTR 251.
Roundup River Ranch, is a medical camp in Colorado. Roundup River Ranch serves children with serious illnesses and their families through FREE recreational camp programs – summer camp, family camp, and camper reunions throughout the year. Roundup River Ranch is accredited by the American Camp Association and a member of the SeriousFun Children’s Network, the largest network of medical camps in the world.
Many of our campers have multiple dietary needs. We support campers with many diets including, but not limited to, FODMAP, diabetic, anaphylactic allergies, renal, intolerances, vegan, vegetarian. Working at Roundup River Ranch is a wonderful experience for a student interested in becoming a registered dietician or nutritionist. We have a paid position, Dietary Specialists, who works in our kitchen to support the chefs planning and preparing food for campers with special dietary needs. This position requires attention to detail, ability to communicate clearly, and wiliness to work on a team. Room and board are provided in addition to pay.
See the attached flyers for additional information: msg_74124_SummerStaffPoster-Home- Dietary Specialist-2cp0xkr
and camp dates: msg_74124_2019 Calendar Final V3-2n33c1m.
Sterling Nell Leija
Executive Camp Director
Roundup River Ranch
8333 Colorado River Road
Gypsum, CO 81637
p: 970.524.5719 / f: 888.524.2477
Part-time Nutrition Aide Position is available this summer for students looking to gain experience in a nutrition-related area. This is a great way to build your resume and/or Dietetic Internship application packet.
This position supports the work of the Y, a leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. The Nutrition Aide works part-time to provide nutrition education to youth engaged in Wilkes- Barre Family YMCA programs including Afterschool, Power Scholars Academy summer school, and Food and Fun at the Park summer program, as well as engaging families as requested. The Nutrition Education Coordinator may also plan special events and Healthy Food Distributions (Free Pop-up Produce Stands, for example), as appropriate. Most work is seasonal, and will take place during summer months of June, July and August, with the possibility of additional work during other months as requested and available
See the Nutrition Aide Position Description for more information.
If you are interested in this position, send a resume to Clancy Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for teaching assistants for Nutrition 251 for the Fall 2019 semester. Serving as a TA is a great way to review basic nutrition information while building new skills and earning one 400-level credit (NUTR 496) towards your major.
You must have at least a 3.0 overall GPA to become a TA. You will be expected to attend class, help grade assignments and hold review sessions before each exam.
I am looking for TAs for two sections of NUTR251:
- Tuesday/Thursday 9:05-10:20
- Tuesday/Thursday 10:35-11:50
If you are interested, please e-mail me at email@example.com.