Welcome student volunteers! Volunteering with the LIDA is a wonderful opportunity. Showing that you are actively involved in the nutrition field can be very appealing to other professionals, especially those looking to hire you for a job or accept you into a dietetic internship. Health fairs provide many opportunities for you to get involved and allow you to get a glimpse of what our community members know about nutrition and health. They also provide an opportunity to be creative through development of education materials and interactive, hands-on table displays. For students looking to build their resume for their dietetic internship application, this is an easy, fun way to get started. The LIDA is more than happy to have volunteer dietetic students, and is always open to new, fresh ideas that allow us help change the lives of people in our community.
Do you have an idea of your own? We would love to hear it and help you make your idea a reality. Please contact Jennifer Assael, RD, CDN, LIDA Public Relations Chairs at email@example.com to sign up to volunteer for local health fairs, or for more information on other ways to volunteer with the LIDA.
Nutrition Intern for Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program We are currently looking for a nutritional intern for our Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program. Job responsibilities include meal planning, supervising meals and snacks, co-facilitating groups, creating curriculum for nutrition groups, consulting with clients on dietary needs. Position would require direct service provision to clients with emphasis on nutrition education and counseling. Schedule subject to change to accommodate program needs.
Job Requirements -Passion for helping others -Great attitude; personable -Self motivator; organized; excellent time management -Detail oriented; documentation-focused -Excellent communication skills -Comfortable with basic computer skills, including email skills
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year institution with a major in foods and nutrition, community nutrition, nutrition education, or nutritional sciences. Experience not required but a plus.