Dietetic Internship Program Mission & Goals​

Goals of the WWDI help interns meet our program mission.

Wellness Workdays Dietetic Internship Mission: To provide the tools, resources and environment to graduate competent, ethical and professional entry level dietitians who are advocates for wellness, health promotion and disease prevention.

 

Program Goal #1: Graduates will be highly competent, entry-level dietetic professionals with special expertise in wellness, health promotion and disease prevention.

 

85% of interns enrolled in the Wellness Workdays Dietetic Internship will complete the program requirements within 150% (57 weeks (13 months) for F/T, 75 weeks (18 months) for P/T) of the time planned for completion.

85% of DI graduates will take the registration examination within 12 months of verification.

 

Over a five year period, the pass rate for graduates of our dietetics programs taking the registration examination for the first time will be at least 80%.

Over a five year period, the one year pass rate for program graduate taking the registration examination will be at least 80%.

 

85% of DI graduates will rate themselves as satisfied or very satisfied with their training and preparation for their career.

 

Over a five year period, 70% or more of program graduates will be employed in dietetics, or a healthcare setting or pursuing higher education within 12 months of program completion.
 

Over a five year period, 20% of DI graduates will be employed in their chosen concentration field.
        

Within the first three years of DI graduate employment, 50% of responding employers will evaluate our DI graduate as very good or excellent for overall job performance.

 

 

Program Goal #2: Graduates will demonstrate leadership in their chosen field and advocate for their profession as they grow as health care professionals.

 

Over a five year period, 50% of graduates will be a member of their local dietetic association and / or the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

 

Over a five year period, 10% of graduates will play a leadership role in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics or a health related organization (work or volunteer).

 

Note: Program outcomes data are available upon request. 

Check out our graduating class of 2018!

“The Wellness Workdays DI offered me an excellent platform to exercise my unique combination of skills as a Chef/RD which allowed me to develop career-building relationships in my community.

The Wellness Workdays team instilled confidence and promoted professionalism in me and the other WWDI interns from day one."

 

~ Nick Arcuri, RDN

Sports Dietitian

Boston Celtics

WWDI Class of 2014

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