Dietetic interns assume financial responsibility for a laptop, meals, lodging, lab coats and laundry, as well as other specific internship related expenses.
|Dietetic Internship Program Tuition*
Tuition to be paid by certified check or online with a credit card and additional processing fee.
|Liability Insurance ($2 M per occurrence and $5 M in aggregate)**
|Medical Insurance Policy for intern
|Background (drug and criminal)
Interns may incur additional costs for background checks or fingerprinting of specific facilities, if required by rotation site.
|Proof of current immunizations
(include current tetanus shot and 2 step TB testing within 3 months of admission to program)
|Affiliate Membership in the Academy
|Lunches while in supervised practice rotations
|Parking at rotation sites
|Miscellaneous supplies (for project presentation, posters)
|Local or state dietetic meetings
|Orientation week in Atlanta, GA (travel, lodging, food)
*$1000 non-refundable portion of program fee is due within 14 days of acceptance to internship. Tuition is non-refundable within 30 days of starting program.
* *Suggested company: Marsh, Seabury & Smith at www.proliability.com
***Subject to change by the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics
Transportation: Interns are responsible for their own transportation and must have a reliable vehicle in order to participate in rotations in various sites. Car insurance is mandatory in most states.
Other expenses: Interns are responsible for expenses related to attending local and/or state professional meetings.
Health services, Counseling and Financial Aid are NOT provided through the Morrison Healthcare Dietetic Internship Program.
Moodle is the learning management system used for the internship. Your computer must have one of the following web browsers:
- Recent Mozella
- Recent Google Chrome
- MS Internet Explorer 9 or later
*Moodle works best in Firefox; however students may use any of the above browsers. For Macintosh users, please use Firefox, as many Moodle features are incompatible with Safari.
Headset (or equiavalent) to use for online webinar presentations.
- Adobe Flash Player for viewing flash videos.
- Adobe Reader for reading PDF files.
- QuickTime for viewing videos in your browser.
- Office software suite, including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or comparable software suites for viewing and editing office documents.