On Wednesday, June 27th, Holiday Inn held their 1st annual employee wellness day to help promote health and wellness to their employees. Several of Humber’s Fitness and Health Promotion alumni put together an informative booth and ran various fitness classes.
Extraordinary things can be accomplished when you set a goal and persevere. This is what 30-year-old Michael Mathews learned this past week after successfully completing his 30-hour run.
The Travel Services Management program caters to students who are passionate about travel, and adventure.
The Skills Ontario Competition was pure entertainment for competition spectators. Taking place on May 7 and running until May 9, students put on a spectacular display showing off their talents to family, friends, educators and hundreds of onlookers.
For the past 11 years, high school students around the GTA have been participating in an afterschool program that teaches them how to cook simple, healthy and affordable meals.
Creating a captivating cake is our Baking and Pastry Arts students’ specialty. On April 30, 2018, the College Creative Challenge made a grand return to the Bakery Showcase where Humber’s Baking and Pastry Arts students created an elaborate confectionery display for guests to see.
Culinary students were treated to one last hurrah at Humber before they journeyed off into their brand new careers. On April 30th, the Humber Room was packed with excitement and memories as recent graduates enjoyed delicious food with their fellow colleagues, instructors, and Humber alumni.
Humber College honours Kyle Hoseman, a Fitness and Health Promotion student who lost his battle with leukemia in 2016, by hosting their 13th Annual 5K Run/Walk on April 12, 2018.
On Friday, April 13 the School of HRT’s Nutrition, Culinary and Baking students battled it out for the title of Best Bold Sandwich at the Nestle Professional Minor’s Bold Sandwich Cook-off.
This semester’s Sport Management Speaker Series kicked off on Tuesday, April 17th with four amazing guest from MLSE Launchpad, the Town of Oakville, Jays Care Foundation and the Toronto Blue Jays.
Every year we like to give special recognition to the students who go above and beyond in their Hospitality programs. The Hospitality Champions Event celebrates those students who have shown passion and commitment to the hospitality program, the industry and beyond.