KDKC is seeking nutrition students to volunteer as dietetic interns for our June 20-26, 2020 camp. As a dietetic intern, we ask that the nutrition students have a desire to learn more about how individuals live with type 1 diabetes, a willingness be a self-starter, work as a team member, and be excited to work with children and adolescents in a camp environment.
Dietetic Interns will be responsible for determining the carbohydrate count of meals and snacks prior to the start date of camp (with the help of our nutrition department administration); helping the campers to count their carbohydrates during the meal/snack times; creating a nutrition education lesson for the age group they are assigned to, and help during the day at various camp-related activities.
KDKC is a camp where children with type 1 diabetes between the ages of 7 and 16 years old can come to have fun, meet other kids with type1 diabetes and experience camp life. Our camp will be held at the Camp Victory facility, located in Millville, Pennsylvania. Throughout the week campers work closely with counselors, clinicians and dietetic interns to learn more about their diabetes and diabetes management in a casual, non-clinical environment while they participate in all the activities Camp Victory has to offer.
To apply, or if you have any questions, please contact Brittany Knick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Central Ohio Diabetes Association, an agency of LifeCare Alliance, is now accepting applications for jobs at Camp Hamwi 2020, a residential summer camp for children who have diabetes. This unique summer job opportunity will give dietetic/nutrition students a chance to work in a variety of settings relevant to their education.
Each year a multidisciplinary team operates Camp Hamwi. The team includes registered dietitians, dietetic students, nurses, social workers, physicians, medical students, counselors, program directors, and camp director. Your students will benefit from working as part of this specialized healthcare team whether they are undergrads, graduate students, or recent graduates.
Interested students should 1) complete an online application and 2) gather three completed reference forms with reference letters. The link to the online application process and reference forms can be found on the Central Ohio Diabetes Association website: http://www.diabetesohio.org. You can also go directly to app.campdoc.com/register/diabetesohio. The deadline for submission of online application is 5 pm, Thursday, April 30, 2020.
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Camp Hamwi Summer App 2020
Lake Bryn Mawr Camp is a traditional, overnight, all-girls camp in Honesdale, PA. with a focus on empowering girls, building their self-esteem and encouraging personal growth.
We are looking for a COOKING DIRECTOR with a passion for cooking, baking, and nutrition to create and implement a fun, engaging and educational curriculum for girls ages 7-15. As a member of our leadership team, you will supervise an assistant and oversee all aspects of the program. In addition, you have the opportunity to participate in camp events…..and have FUN!!
The ideal candidate will be organized, efficient, flexible and will bring positive energy to this important position.
Credentials: Bachelors in nutrition, culinary arts, or education preferred but not required
Undergraduate students are encouraged to apply as well!
Leadership/Teaching experience necessary
Please visit our website at www.campbrynmawr.com where you will find videos and links that will help you get to know us better as a camp. If you are interested, apply directly online in the “work at camp” section.
We offer a competitive salary package including a travel stipend, housing and meals/snacks. Bryn Mawr is less than 3 hours from New York City and Philadelphia.
- Friday, Feb. 14: Deadline to Apply for the Women’s Leadership Initiative 2020-21 Class: hhd.psu.edu/wli
- Feb. 19, 7 pm @ 355 HHD Bldg: HHD Student Council Meeting
- Feb. 26, 11 am – 3 pm @ Pegula Ice Arena: Impact Fair – for any student seeking employment, internship, or research opportunities in fields that makes a difference: https://studentaffairs.psu.edu/career/fairs/impact
Application Deadline: March 1
The College of Engineering and the College of Health and Human Development will host the 2020 Penn State Summer Translational Cardiovascular Science Institute. This program, sponsored by the American Heart Association and several Penn State units, is open to undergraduate students with
a demonstrated interest in cardiovascular science across
More info: STCSI-2020_Final
The Penn State Clinic Intern Program provides undergraduate students who have an interest in pursuing a career in healthcare an opportunity to interact professionally with patients and medical staff in the Clinical Services department.
As an intern, students conduct patient intake exams and assist clinical staff. Volunteering gives students a first-hand understanding of the dynamics of the health care system and enhances communication skills with patients and members of the health care team. Interns earn 4-6 credits over two semesters for participating in the Clinic Intern Program. Program interns earn about 100 patient contact hours over the two semesters and may return to volunteer for additional semesters if they choose.
More info and application here: https://tinyurl.com/raccoaf
Global Health Minor Information Sessions
-Monday, Jan. 13, 6 pm, 110 Henderson Bldg.
-Monday, Jan. 27, 6 pm, 110 Henderson Bldg.
Women’s Leadership Initiative
-Wednesday, Jan. 22, 6 pm, 110 Henderson Bldg.
-Thursday, Jan. 23, 6 pm, 110 Henderson Bldg.
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–Erickson Discovery Grants
-Deadline: January 20
Study Abroad Week
Summer Experience of The Farm
We are looking for dedicated volunteers to assist with maintaining our Stony Brook Heights Rooftop Farm! Volunteers will experience all aspects of urban agriculture and sustainable farming.
The 37 bed rooftop farm is a symbol of our nutrition philosophy and our goal to change the culture regarding food and eating habits –that is to eat a variety of whole foods with an emphasis on fresh and organic produce. The farm typically yields approximately 1500 pounds of produce per year that is donated to the Stony Brook Medicine hospital food service, campus food pantry, and other local agencies.
Volunteers will also assist with kids “farm-to-table” cooking workshops during the summer season.
For more information, please email:
Annemarie Ng MS, RD (email@example.com)
Cara Montesano MS, RD (Cara.Montesano@stonybrookmedicine.edu)
-Direct consultation with a Registered
-Dietitian throughout the summer.
-Serve Safe training and course certification
-Allergen Training Provided
-Experience with Special Diets