Careers and Students
Student members are an essential group to our profession and are at the heart of what makes SCAN tick. Many of our events, programs, and activities would not be possible without the countless volunteer hours put in by dedicated student members. Mutually, SCAN offers many incentives to its student members. These include relevant academic and certificate information, peer-to-peer networking, mentoring, an annual Graduate Student Grant, a Student Award and free or discounted education materials on key topics. Above all SCAN leaders are committed to encouraging and leading students toward successful careers beyond graduation.
The Career Tip Sheets were developed by SCAN members who work in sports dietetics, wellness, cardiovascular health, and the prevention and treatment of disordered eating and eating disorders.
Looking to find a SCAN Dietitian in these areas? Search here.
For more career information, check the ADACareerLink section of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics website: www.eatright.org.
Online Continuing Professional Education
SCAN offers a variety of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) opportunities to both members and non-members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Once you have completed the activity, you may take the required quiz online.
Sports Nutrition Education Programs
For general information about becoming a registered dietitian (RD) or a dietetic technician (DTR), contact the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly the American Dietetic Association) here.
Latest Student Corner Interview
Bethany Noack, CSCS
Graduate Student and Dietetic Intern
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
I am currently a loud and proud Fightin’ Texas Aggie, having received my B.S. in Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics in May 2013 at Texas A&M University (TAMU). While nutrition is my first love, I knew I wanted to work with athletes and gain knowledge of exercise adaptations, leading me to the TAMU combined MS/DI program where I could work towards an M.S. in Kinesiology with an emphasis on Sports Physiology. I began graduate work in fall 2013 and additionally work in several different areas, all experiences that I have achieved by taking initiative and seeking opportunities outside of my undergraduate nutrition program.