Available positions will be filled on a first come first serve basis (subject to meeting our admissions criteria). While it is called the "second round match", There is no matching during this process. Applicants apply and are accepted or not accepted on a rolling basis. You will be notified of your admission within 24 hours of our receiving a complete application from you. YOU WILL NOT BE NOTIFIED IF WE ARE UNABLE TO OFFER YOU A POSITION. You must accept an offer of admission immediately when offered. That means that you should be familiar with our program when applying. D&D Digital registration is NOT required.
Did not receive a match to another program in the just completed match
Did not receive a match in previous rounds
Are new graduates/applicants who have not previously applied to an internship
DICAS (the Dietetic Internship Centralized Application Service) collects application materials in one place so that you need only to send your information to one place and Internships may view your material easily. DICAS has nothing to do with decisions about who is matched to an Internship. Their sole responsibility is to provide a place online where your application materials will be stored. DICAS has released an overview video which shows how to navigate through the sections of the DICAS application.
This application is submitted directly to our Program through a simple online form The fee is $75 payable by credit or debit card.
This form is used to list the locations for your rotations and preceptors. You must complete this form and include your preceptor(s) and site(s) for the first rotation .
The Preceptor forms which are located on our website www.PNCDDI.com on the Preceptor page are used to confirm that the Preceptors that you contacted have agreed to precept you. This is not an application to be a preceptor. These forms must be completed and submitted by your PRECEPTORS. The link to our Preceptor Information Form, which is submitted electronically, is below.
Additional information for Preceptors is found under the Preceptor tab. As an applicant, you would benefit from becoming familiar with this information.