The Dietetic Internship program provides a choice of concentrations. Interns may select the Nutrition Education and Counseling or the Food and Nutrition Business and Communications concentration. Each concentration represents six weeks of the program or 192 hours. The program's curriculum is designed to meet all of the Core Competencies for the RD and program competencies within the chosen concentration area.
Interested? Learn more about the Dietetic Internship Application process and the Gainful Employment Disclosure Information process.
ISSP intern, Joy Pieper at MetLife during her Corporate Wellness Rotation
Dietetic Internship Class of 2012
Dietetic Interns attend the New Jersey Dietetic Association's Annual meeting each year.
Kristin Carlino and her father, Chef George presenting knife skills at the Culinary Arts and Demo seminar
CSE alum, preceptor and experienced cooking class teacher, Lynda Hess presented Food Demonstration Skills resulting in this tasty lunch for the interns
The mission of the College of Saint Elizabeth Dietetic Internship Program is to provide dietetic interns with didactic and supervised practice experiences meeting the requirements of the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND). The program promotes professional development of professional development of each dietetic intern within the chosen concentration area: Nutrition Education and Counseling or Food or Nutrition Business and Communications through unique learning opportunities and by providing strong faculty support.
Rooted in the College's institutional mission and the mission of the Graduate Programs, the College of Saint Elizabeth Dietetic Internship extends the College's long history of academic excellence and quality education with a concentration on leadership in dietetics, service to the community and ethical practice.