Clemson students will be able to hear directly from Greenville Health System (GHS) leaders about medical/health careers at a town hall meeting to be held on Friday, Nov. 22, at 2 p.m. at the Strom Thurmond Institute’s Self Auditorium on the Clemson campus.

Hosted by the College of Health, Education and Human Development, the event is not only open to students in traditional healthcare majors but also to students from all academic backgrounds.

“Modern healthcare systems employ persons with majors in business, finance, engineering, education and a host of fields outside the clinical sciences,” said event organizer Kellye Rembert, director of special projects for the College of HEHD. “On any given day, Greenville Health System is searching for as many as 400 specialized positions in all areas.”

The town hall meeting will give students the opportunity to learn about types of positions that will be in high demand in the 21st century and to ask questions of the GHS leaders, Rembert added.