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ARAMARK Dietetic Internship – Kansas City
The ARAMARK Dietetic Internship program located in Kansas City, MO provides interns
the opportunity to obtain over 1200 hours of experience in clinical, management, and
community dietetics. The concentration area of Emerging Trends in Dietetics allows
interns to become familiar with current trends within the dietetics profession and
identify, implement, and evaluate a project focused on a trend of interest. The Kansas
City program participates in the Healthy Schools Partnership (HSP) program, a
collaborative project between the American Council for Fitness and Nutrition, American
Dietetic Association Foundation, and PE4life. HSP is an innovative program focused on
targeting childhood obesity which integrates nutrition education and physical education
to encourage children to be more active and consume a more nutritious diet.
Sue Kidd, an ARAMARK Dietetic Intern, recently participated in
a 4-week community rotation with the Healthy Schools
Partnership program. Sue Kidd graduated from Kansas State
University with a Dietetic degree. She is from Overland Park, KS.
She has worked in the field of dietetics in Long Term Care
Facilities as well and Community Nutrition working with the
underserved. She has also served on the Kansas City Food Policy Coalition Board. She
has coached high school track for the last few years and taught Sports Nutrition to the
high school athletes. Sue is an avid runner, participating in various half and full
marathons each year. Her greatest accomplishment is raising 7 beautiful children with
her wonderful husband David.
Check out the following links to view more on the Healthy Schools Partnership program
and Sue’s experience with the program:
American Council for Fitness & Nutrition: Sue Kidd Interview. Available at:
American Dietetic Association Foundation Matters Newsletter – Winter 2010.
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