Dietetic Internship Application
The Dietetic Internship Program uses the online centralized internship application DICAS
Applicants must create an account with DICAS. The application includes, but is not limited to, the following components:
- DICAS application
- Official transcripts
Applicants must also complete our program-specific supplemental application. The supplemental application must be uploaded to DICAS as a PDF. Please review the sections below for more information on the personal statement and supplemental application.
Applicants should address the following questions in the personal statement submitted through DICAS:
- Why do you want to enter the nutrition and dietetics profession?
Discuss experiences that have helped to prepare you for a career in nutrition and dietetics
What are your short-term and long-term professional goals?
What are your strengths and weaknesses or areas needing improvement?
Applicants applying to the dietetic internship must complete a supplemental application form.
Applicants to the OHSU Dietetic Internship Program must participate in computer matching through D&D Digital
Applicants to the Dietetic Internship Program must submit a $50.00 application fee. Checks should be made payable to the Graduate Programs in Human Nutrition and must be postmarked no later than February 15, 2014. Applications will not be considered if the application fee is late. Checks should be sent to the following address:Graduate Programs in Human Nutrition
Mail Code: GH207
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd.
Portland, OR 97239-3098
Note: Applicants applying to both the Dietetic Internship Program and Combined MS/DI should submit only one application fee in the amount of $50.00.
Applicants may receive a request for a brief telephone interview with the Dietetic Internship Director; however, an applicant who is not contacted for a telephone interview should not assume that he/she has been dismissed from consideration by the program.
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