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The 9th annual spin-a-thon took place on November 30th at Humber College North in the concourse. This high-energy event is meant to get bodies moving all while raising money for a good cause and having fun.
We are beyond proud of six of our 3rd year Sport Management Students who have recently completed their 5th semester at JAMK University in Finland.
The second-year Sports Management and Recreation students had a busy week as they were tasked with organizing and conducting several events as a part of their Special Event Management Class.
It pays to think outside the box. Culinary student Dacyion Reid learned this when she participated in a competition hosted by the Distillery Restaurant Corporation at our career fair last month when she was tasked with making a creative dish with avocado.
Every year, the third-semester massage therapy students organize and launch Massage Therapy Awareness Day as part of their Professional Growth and Development course. The goal of this event is to spread awareness of the benefits of massage therapy within the Humber community.
Every year PrimeTime Sports and Entertainment put together Canada’s leading sports Management Conference. Last November, 45 of our Sport Business Management students attended the 11th annual PrimeTime Sports Management Conference held in Toronto.
On September 25-27th our Sports Management and Recreation and Leisure Services students attended a Leadership Camp at the Ontario Education Leadership Centre just outside of Orillia.
The third-semester Event Management students and the Office of Sustainability held an event called Sustainability: Due Tomorrow in the Center for Urban Ecology.
Chef Stefan Czapalay and Chef David Song visited our culinary class here at Humber North to educate our students on all the various ways you can cook veal. They performed a demonstration right in front of our students and discussed what other food pairs well with it.
On November 22nd, students enrolled in the Hospitality programs had the chance to participate in a networking event here at Humber North with several industry professionals.
The School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism (HRT) is dedicated to ensuring that students graduate from their programs with the skills, attitudes and competencies required for successful careers and citizenship. Together, we can create a community dedicated to academic integrity and the pursuit of learning, by committing to the six fundamental values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, courage, and responsibility (ICAI, 2014). The students, faculty, staff and administrators are collectively responsible for demonstrating and upholding these shared values.
ICAI. (2014). Fundamental Values Project. Retrieved July 11, 2014, from International Center for Academic Integrity: http://www.academicintegrity.org/icai/resources-2.php