Whether you’re selling stuff, services, or yourself, public speaking is a great way to bring on new business. It’s one of the most effective ways that many nutritionists market their services. However, many people experience stage fright verging on the brink of terror at the mere thought of speaking in front of a group of strangers. To lessen the anxiety, it helps to think of public speaking as a chance to tell a story.
You may be good at what you do, but unless you spread the word, great opportunities may pass you by. You need an edge. You need to be slightly famous. In short, you need to get published. Publishing articles about what you do will lift you from anonymity and establish your credentials as an authority […]
A portfolio provides supplemental materials to be used in the application process. The exact nature of the material depends upon your area of specialization (clinical vs. research vs. management) and your job search objective. Traditionally, portfolios have been used by artists, but they are now being employed by a variety of occupations. They allow you […]
Commission on Dietetic Registration establishes a new registration eligibility pathway for dietetic technicians. June 2009 NutritionJobs Interviews Katie Hamm, Dietetic Student, recent successful Dietetic Internship Program Match, and Owner, All Access Internships, May 2009 NutritionJobs Interviews Nancy R. Hudson, M.S., R.D., Assistant Program Director, Dietetics, at the University of California, Davis, May 2009
Coordinated Programs in Dietetics – Bachelor’s and graduate level – dietitian coursework and supervised practice for RD eligibility (combined program) OR Didactic Programs in Dietetics – Bachelor’s and graduate level – dietitian coursework only (must be completed before the Dietetic Internship required for RD eligibility) PLUS Dietetic Internships – Post bachelor’s – supervised practice only […]
Overview A dietetic technician, registered (DTR) is a professional who is knowledgeable about food, nutrition, and diet therapy, which is the use of diet and nutrition in the treatment of diseases. A person seeking DTR credentials must complete a two-year associate’s degree in an accredited dietetic technician (DT) program, a minimum of 450 hours of […]
Although most positions in the health and wellness fields require the RD credential, there are opportunities for students who earn their Bachelors degree, but do not complete the RD requirements. Positions include Diet Clerk or Assistant, Food service Supervisor or Manager, Community Nutritionist, jobs in the Hospitality Industry, and Sales and Marketing in the health, pharmaceutical and food industry.
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