Interns

Major League Nutrition Interns

Major League Nutrition offers a unique distance education-based program, designed to meet the individual needs and interests of a group of dynamic, inspiring individuals seeking to become Registered Dietitians with a focus on wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention. The founder of Major League Nutrition completed her Dietetic Internship Program in 2014 as part of the first class of graduates from the Wellness Workdays Dietetic Internship Program and has made it her mission to aid in the education and advancement of current and future dietetic interns. To learn more about how to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, click here.

Former Interns

 

Ali Mattia, MEd, ATC/LAT, CSCS
Dietetic Intern Class of 2021
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Nick DiGiovanni is one of TikTok’s top U.S. food creators. He was the youngest-ever finalist on MasterChef and finished 3rd during Season 10. The Harvard graduate is currently deferring his enrollment in Harvard Business School’s 2+2 program so he can focus on cooking videos and his startup, Voodles, a vegetable pasta for kids backed by Harvard’s Innovation Lab. Nick began interning for Nicole during his undergraduate studies at Harvard University, class of 2019.
Erin Manning, B.S. Nutrition & Dietetics, UMASS Amherst & Certified Personal Trainer. Erin has an extensive background in performing and analyzing DXA X-ray scans, providing nutrition, body composition and metabolic consultations with a wide range of clientele &
conducting metabolic testing, e.g., RMR and VO2 Max as well as marketing and holistic health & nutrition.

 

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Note from ACEND

Effective January 1, 2024, the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) will require a minimum of a master’s degree to be eligible to take the credentialing exam to become a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN). In order to be approved for registration examination eligibility with a bachelor’s degree, an individual must meet all eligibility requirements and be submitted into CDR’s Registration Eligibility Processing System (REPS) before 12:00 midnight Central Time, December 31, 2023. For more information about this requirement visit CDR’s website: https://www.cdrnet.org/graduatedegree. In addition, CDR requires that individuals complete coursework and supervised practice in program(s) accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND). Graduates who successfully complete an ACEND-accredited dietetic internship program are eligible to apply to take the CDR credentialing exam to become an RDN.

In most states, graduates also must obtain licensure or certification to practice. For more information about state licensure requirements click here.

For more information about educational pathways to become a RDN click here.