Glendale Career College to Host First SUCCESS Talk Featuring Plastic Surgeon Dr. Paul Nassif, Star of Botched on E! TV
Conversation to Center on Staying Safe While Working as a Health Care Professional During the COVID-19 Pandemic Along with Outlook on Future Opportunities in Health Care
GLENDALE, Calif.—On Thursday, May 14 at 4 p.m. (PST), Glendale Career College (GCC) will host its inaugural SUCCESS Talk with internationally known facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Paul Nassif. College students, Team Members, and interested guests will be able to watch the event live via Zoom to hear Dr. Nassif’s take on navigating the coronavirus outbreak along with the opportunities in health care going forward.
“We are excited for our students and Team Members to hear from someone of Dr. Nassif’s caliber,” shared GCC President Mitchell Fuerst. “I know we will all come away from this event having learned so much and gaining a renewed perspective on health care.”
Star of E!’s Botched—a reality show that emphasizes his expertise as he repairs the most extreme plastic surgeries gone wrong—Dr. Nassif is a pioneer in his field. His techniques in facial plastic surgery and rhinoplasty have gained worldwide acclaim, giving him the title of the plastic surgeon who is “Trusted with Faces Worldwide.®”
Thursday’s SUCCESS Talk marks the first in what will be a series of informative conversations from Glendale Career College featuring health care thought leaders, ranging from celebrity doctors to hospital CEOs among others.
“Our goal with these SUCCESS Talks is to continue to grow our students’ and Team Members’ knowledge of the health care field—its current challenges and the terrific opportunities it holds in the coming months and years,” explained Fuerst. “It’s yet another way Glendale Career College is helping our students and Team Members remain on the leading edge of health care.”
Attendees may register in advance and join the webinar via Zoom using the link below: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Tqw_Hhx-QK6wWJUQ2ZjBfA.
For more information about this event and other upcoming SUCCESS Talks, please email SuccessTalks@success.edu.
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