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Nutritionist Assistant Resume
Nutritionist Assistant Resume
Grace Voorheis
2801 Daubenbiss Ave #17 | Soquel CA 95073 | (909) 210-1901 | grace.voorheis@gmail.com
Objective: To be matched for a dietetic internship with an emphasis on clinical nutrition
Education: MS in Agriculture, expected June 2015
Specialization in Nutrition and Food Science, GPA: 3.95
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
BA in Environmental Studies, June 2007
Concentration on Sustainable Agriculture and Development
University of California, Santa Cruz
Education Abroad Program, June 2005-July 2006
Geography, Social Services
Pontifícia Universidade Católica, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Certificates: ServSafe Food Protection Manager, 10/31/14-10/31/2019
National Restaurant Association
Individualized Coaching in Dialogue Education, January-March, 2014
Global Learning Partners
Culinary Arts Certificate, December 2011
Instituto Argentino de Gastronomia (IAG), Buenos Aires, Argentina
Honors and Awards: Col. Frances G. Ballentine Scholarship, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, June 2014
Language Skills: English (native), Spanish (professional fluency) and Portuguese (professional fluency)
Computer Skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access
Employment History:
Graduate Research Assistant, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo January 2013-present
My research at Cal Poly focuses on the educational component of larger childhood obesity prevention study. This
pilot educational intervention was designed as a dialogue-based workshop for low-income Latina mothers focusing on
preventing childhood obesity by teaching healthy toddler feeding practices. As a part of this research, my duties include:
Determining overall themes for education based on focus group research
Designing and administering all aspects of the educational intervention, including recruitment, lesson design and
evaluation, developing a customized Access database, and leading the workshops in Spanish
Evaluating the impact of the intervention through appropriate statistical analysis
Instructional Assistant , California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo Fall 2013, Spring & Fall 2014
Graded course materials for Maternal and Child Nutrition (FSN 310), including 3-page literature reviews on
maternal and child nutrition topics
Served as a guest speaker on appropriate toddler nutrition and feeding habits for FSN 310
Graded SOAP notes and lab exams for Clinical Nutrition I (FSN 429)
Education Specialist, WIC, Community Bridges, Watsonville June-October 2014
Taught 30-minute general and pre- and peri-natal nutrition education classes in English and Spanish
Developed supporting materials for new lesson plans and one-on-one nutrition counseling
Designed in-service trainings on the importance of milk for nutrition support staff
Provided organizational support for the 8
th
annual Breastfeeding Awareness Walk
Nutrition Assistant, Community Action Partnership, San Luis Obispo January 2013-June 2014
At CAP-SLO, my primary function was to provide administrative and educational support to the Nutrition
program of the HeadStart, Early HeadStart and Migrant HeadStart programs.
Processed nutrition assessment and BMI information for enrolled children and provided relevant literature
Tracked all children who may have needed additional nutrition intervention through ChildPlus database
Provided on-site training and support at preschool centers and family child care provider homes for a variety of
nutrition related topics, including food allergies, infant nutrition and family style dining
Developed and presenting educational workshops (in English and Spanish) to families in the program
Managed volunteers and developed new staff and volunteer orientation materials
Chef Instructor, Sur La Table, Costa Mesa, California February -June 2012
At Sur La Table, my primary duties are to prepare and teach cooking classes to both children and adults.
Classes vary from spring-break baking camps to cheese-making to regional cuisine, from 4-16 people.
Outreach & Education Coordinator, Community Agroecology Network (CAN), Santa Cruz Jan 2007-Sept 2010
CAN is a non-profit organization and international network dedicated to promoting sustainable livelihoods and
environments. While employed with CAN, I focused on various aspects of their Action Education program:
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