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The Beaumont Health Dietetic Internship Program is a post baccalaureate program for individuals who have met requirements for the completion of a didactic program in Dietetics and hold a bachelor’s degree. The program is offered as a 34-week, full-time, certificate program. Successful graduates of the program are eligible to sit for the registration exam from the Commission on Dietetic Registration.
Beaumont's program offers a concentration in Medical Nutrition Therapy. The goals for this concentration include:
The mission of the Beaumont Health Dietetic Internship Program is to produce competent entry-level dietitians by providing the highest quality dietetic education in an environment of best practice and evidence-based care through preceptor training, multi-disciplinary education and direct patient care.
Outcome measures for the program:
Additional desired program outcomes:
The program begins with orientation during the first week in January and concludes in August. The program includes a one-week vacation scheduled in April. Additional information on rotations and assignments can be found below in the listed Policies and Procedures, #7 - Rotation Schedule, Program Materials and Rotation Assignments.
Sample Program Rotation Schedule
An non-refundable application fee of $75 should be made payable to Beaumont Hospital and sent to: Beaumont Hospital, Nutrition Services - Dietetic Internship Director, 3601 W. 13 Mile Road, Royal Oak, MI 48073.
Program tuition is $5,000. The check for tuition is due on the first day of the internship, in full. More information on program tuition and additional financial responsibilities of the intern is available in Policies and Procedures, #1 - Program Tuition and Financial Responsibility.
100% of the assignments and evaluations are completed, including remedial work if required.
A resume must be completed and on file.
A "Permission for Reference" form must be signed and on file.
Additional information on successful completion of the program can be found in Policies and Procedures, #14 - Criteria for Successful Completion of Program.
Qualifications of Applicants
Minimum GPA: The minimum grade point average of 3,2 must be achieved to be considered eligible for the program.
Prior Work Experience: Professional experiences (paid or volunteer) are evaluated upon a point system. Applicants should provide relevant information including work done in the following settings: hospital or other health care, clinical dietetics, food service, community nutrition, or any other supervisory experiences.
Activities and Organizations:Extracurricular activities will be evaluated upon a point system. Leadership experience is desirable.
Important additional admission requirements can be found in Policies and Procedures, #3 - Internship Inclusion Criteria.
Number of interns: Eight applicants, per year, are accepted into the Beaumont Dietetic Internship Program.
Selection criteria:A selection committee reviews each application and systematically evaluates overall GPA, science specific GPA, work experience, letters of recommendation, personal statement, extracurricular activities and leadership potential.
Sample Evaluation Ruberic
Nondiscrimination: Beaumont is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Interviews: The program director will contact and schedule video-chat interviews with qualified applicants. Additionally, applicants are encouraged to attend the internship program’s open house to further learn and discuss the program.
The application deadline coincides with the fall match deadline established by D & D Digital.
All complete computer matching information, including computer matching dates with deadlines, is on the ACEND website.
Applicants are responsible for obtaining current application information from the Dietetic Internships (DI). The basic steps in this process are:
Computer Matching Phase
Important Applicant Responsibilities
Participants in the computer matching process are expected to adhere to the results of the match and accept a match that may occur. It is unethical to decline a match in order to pursue appointment to another program.
Programs with open positions will be posted on the D & D Digital website the day following Appointment Day. Applicants who do not receive a computer match must not contact any program with open positions until the day following Appointment Day. In addition, please do not ask your Didactic Program Director to inquire about programs with open positions until the day programs with open positions are posted. This allows the DI programs time to confirm acceptance from their matched applicants and determine the process they will use to fill open positions.
Please Note: After the internship match is completed, applications and associated materials are not available for return; they are shredded.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, through its many association groups, offers a variety of scholarships and educational stipends to individuals pursuing undergraduate and advanced degrees in dietetics or food and nutrition related areas. General scholarship and educational stipend information from the American Dietetic Association Foundation, the dietetic practice groups and affiliate (state) and district dietetic associations can be accessed from the respective group's information listed on this site.
Detailed information on scholarships and grants available from The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is available at:
Detailed information about federal grants and loans administered by the United States Department of Education is available at:
For more information, contact Alicia Taub, MBA, MS, RD, CNSC, Dietetic Internship Director, at 248-898-3048 or Alicia.Taub@beaumont.org.
Policies and Procedures
The program was granted full Accreditation in 2013 from the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND).
For more information, contact ACEND by mail at 120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000, Chicago Illinois 60606-6995, by phone at 800/877-1600, ext. 5400 or by email.