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Jun
18
2014

Journey of an Aspiring Dietitian: 5 Tips for Future Graduates

Kaitlyn Bresee is a recent graduate from the Applied Human Nutrition program at the University of Guelph. She currently works at Country Roads Community Health Centre as a Youth Activity Worker, and will be heading back to Guelph in the fall to start the Master of Applied Nutrition program to become a Registered Dietitian. Contact her at Bresees@uoguelph.ca to learn more about her journey.

As a recent graduate from the Applied Human Nutrition undergraduate program at the University of Guelph and future student in Guelph’s Masters of Applied Nutrition (MAN) program, I have learned a few things about making it in this competitive field of study.  I am one of many students who spent the last four years competing for a spot in a dietetic internship or masters/practicum program. Through this post I hope to share a little about my on-going journey towards becoming an RD, and to offer up some tips for future internship and masters/practicum applicants. continue reading
May
21
2014

Say YES: Shaping my career in community nutrition as an RD to be

Erin Branco is a UBC Dietetics Student and Community Kitchen Coordinator for a Vancouver community program called Growing Eden. She received her BSc in Nutritional Science from UBC, and a diploma in Nutrition and Food Service Management, which led her to work in food service management at a local health facility.  Read her blog, check out her cookbook Growing Eden: the cookbook, email her at esine777@gmail.com or follow her on Twitter.  


My journey to becoming a registered dietitian has been filled with many learning opportunities to develop personally and professionally. As a prospective UBC dietetics student, I was constantly seeking opportunities to participate in nutrition or food related activities to build my application. Through volunteering in a therapeutic garden club and networking with the cofounders of the organizing body, I was introduced to the organization Farmers on 57th in Vancouver, BC and was offered a position as the Outdoor Community Kitchen Coordinator in 2012 for their community program called Growing Eden. continue reading 

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