This product is free for NI DPG members and all Academy students.
Date: March 11
Time: 11 a.m. - noon (Central time)
What do internships, jobs, and the news headlines have in common? Earning them means experiencing an interview – in-person or virtual. Being interviewed means curating your relevant experiences and knowledge for the intended audience. Do you feel equipped to identify your relevant experiences and communicate them effectively? During this webinar, Caroline will share how you can utilize nutrition informatics to both translate your lived experiences into a personal mission and to accurately assess your audience, so you deliver an authentic and informed interview with integrity.
CPE Level: 2
Learning Need Codes: 1010, 1020, 1130, 1140
Performance Indicators: 2.1.3, 3.1.1., 5.1.1, 8.3.2, 8.3.4
- During the webinar, attendees will accurately identify at least two potential barriers to effectively communicating, whether in-person or virtually.
- During the webinar, attendees will actively engage in activities to enhance their career and grow their interviewing skills
- After the webinar, attendees will identify at least two approaches to addressing potential interview-related issues
Caroline W. Passerrello, MS, BS, RD, LDN
Caroline Passerrello is a nationally recognized and award-winning registered dietitian nutritionist with 15 years' experience motivating individuals, inspiring students, and leading organizations to achieve health and wellness goals. Caroline is an Instructor at the University of Pittsburgh, a Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and a small business owner. As an instructor, Caroline strives to create a classroom environment that allows students to feel safe enough to be vulnerable, to be challenged enough to learn, and to remember both how she made them feel and the content she shared. As a Spokesperson, Caroline utilizes nutrition informatics to deliver relevant and applicable evidence-based nutrition advice to a wide variety of audiences. Caroline describes herself as humbly authentic, compassionately curious, and patiently innovative; so that she can positively impact policies and systems to transform our environment to one that supports nutritious food as a right, not a privilege. When not focused on teaching and learning – whether as an instructor, a student in a Doctor of Education Program or a mom of a remote-learning first grader – Caroline enjoys baking with her daughter, exercising with her dog, laughing with her husband, and taking time for herself to read and practice yoga.