On Thursday, November 1st at the School of HRT’s Fall Convocation, Mr. Mundell was formally recognized for his achievements and contributions with an Honorary Degree from Humber College.
This year, the IHG Canadian Corporate office gave our 3rd-semester Hotel and Restaurant Operations Management students an amazing opportunity to “spend a day in the life of an IHG executive”.
This year the third-semester Event Execution class here at Humber North has the privilege of having the North Etobicoke Santa Claus Parade as one of their clients.
We all know it can be difficult making friends and meeting new people in your program when the program size is large and everyone’s schedule is different. Because of this, the Travel Club run by travel and tourism students put on an event called “Halloween Hangout” for other travel students.
On Thursday, October 25th, the HROM students visited both Westin Toronto Airport and Marriott Toronto Airport to see how some of the best in the business run their hotels.
On October 23rd, our culinary students got the opportunity to contribute to this amazing cause. Standing amongst a roster of other incredible female chefs, our students prepared delicious culinary creations for a room packed with guests.
On Friday, October 19th, the Tourism – Travel Services Management program got the opportunity to explore Niagara on a day trip with faculty and staff.
Humber’s School of HRT has teamed up with local chef Tom Januszewski and the Egg Farmers of Ontario to offer our culinary and baking students the opportunity to participate in an egg themed competition.
On Friday, September 21st, Lindsey Walker, the sustainability manager at Humber, visited our Event Execution class. Lindsey attended the class to discuss how Humber strives to be green and to help them prepare for an upcoming project.
This past Tuesday, Baking and Pastry Arts students and faculty baked a whopping 500 pies in support of United Way.
On Saturday, September 22nd, a group of Ontario’s top chefs gathered in Thistletown’s 14,000 square foot organic garden to set up delicious food stations and cooking demos.
The School of Social and Community Services collaborated with the City of Toronto officers from Toronto Police Services (TPS) to host an Amazing Race event at the Lakeshore campus.