Health & Wellness Career Talk Schedule


Career Talk is an information session in which all aspects of the program are explained from how to apply, how to register, what is included in the program, etc. Each program in Health & Wellness requires that you attend a Career Talk session before you may enter the program.  

Upcoming dates and times

(See locations by program below.)



All Career Talk Sessions are held from 6-8 p.m. unless noted otherwise.
NOTE: Students arriving more than 15 minutes late may be required to attend a second Career Talk.

Career Talk location by program name 

Animal StudiesOnline only - Email for access
Computed TomographyOnline Program - Email for access 
Dental ProgramsBarton Campus, Dental Building 112 - Room 346 
Diagnostic Medical SonographyBarton Campus, Health Sciences Building 120 - Room 216 
EMT-ParamedicBarton Campus, Industrial Building 106D - Room 713 
Health Information ManagementOnline - Email for access 
Magnetic Resonance ImagingOnline Program - Email for access
Massage TherapyBenson Campus, Building 301
Medical Laboratory TechnicianOnline - Email for access
  - Associate Degree Nursing
  - Adv. Placement Nursing
Barton Campus, TRC Building 102 - Auditorium
Occupational Therapy AssistantBenson Campus, Building 301
Personal TrainerBenson Campus, Building 307
Pharmacy TechnicianOnline - Email for access
Physical Therapist AssistantBenson Campus, Building 301 Room 201
Radiologic TechnologyBarton Campus, Health Sciences Building 120 - Room 235
Respiratory CareClick here to view Online Career Talk (pdf)
Surgical TechnologyBarton Campus, Nursing Sciences Building 117 - Room 342

If you are beginning at Greenville Tech with your general education courses prior to starting a Health & Wellness  program, it is strongly suggested that you attend Career Talk during your first semester at Greenville Tech. The Career Talk attendance is valid for two years - if you do not start the program within two years you will have to attend another Career Talk session. Please refer all questions to (864) 250-8195.

If requesting accommodations based on a disability (including ASL interpreting), please contact Student Disability Services at (864) 250-8408 or email