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HRT Internships

The School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism has more than 500 industry partners. Partners provide funding for capital projects such as laboratories, provide internships for students, fund more than $60,000 in awards and scholarships, and also employ Humber graduates. All of the full-time programs in the School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism include one or more mandatory internships (work placements).

Here's why employers hire Humber students.

Earl's Restaurant

“I understand the program and the rigorous training they do at Humber,” said Ibrahim. “The way the faculty treat their students is awesome.” – Chef Ibrahim Tams

City of Brampton

“Some of my senior staff and I have been involved in giving feedback on Humber’s course curriculum so I know the quality of student and the quality of program that’s being delivered. I know the level they hold their students to, and we hold our staff to that same standard.” – Donna-Lynn Rosa

Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel

“Humber students get more real-life situations,” he added. “They know what they’re getting into as opposed to just academic theory. Their work placements give them real experience as a student and that’s why I like hiring them.” – Murray Kelsey