Listen, first things first–you did it. You completed the degree, you finished the internship and now you’re here. Think of all the long nights you spent with your biochem book, the notes you read over and over and over, and the satisfaction you felt when you aced that test.
Kristina Todini, RDN
Dietitian nutritionist. Sustainable nutrition junkie. Aspiring minimalist. Wannabe nomad.
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It’s a long and tough road to become a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), but it’s absolutely worth it. I went back to school as an adult to become a dietitian and I know firsthand how tough it can be.
For that reason I’ve put together articles to motivate and inspire you to keep pushing through, from university to internship and beyond. Have any questions about internships, application or RD exam? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a student applying to dietetic internships, you know having a strong personal statement is an absolute must. After studying, volunteering, and researching internships for years, you are aware it is one of the most important–if not THE MOST important–part of your application.