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.
Two of our recent graduates of the Massage Therapy program, Ingrid Acebes, and Stephanie Zadorozniak entered the case report contest put on by the Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario and proudly received first place for their hard work.
On Tuesday, October 30th, the School of HRT held their first school-wide career fair, where employers from each program offered all attending the same event.
On Tuesday, October 23rd, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the Humber North campus to discuss climate change and sustainability with our students, and meet someone special who will be representing Canada in a big way this coming summer.
On Thursday, September 13th, our new post-grad certificate program, Advanced Chocolate and Confectionery Artistry, had a guest speaker come all the way from Colombia’s Casa Luker (a family owned chocolate manufacturer) to share his extensive knowledge on cacao with our students.
On Thursday, September 20th, the Humber Room was filled with triumph as the GTHA/Humber Hotel Management Leadership Program students celebrated their graduation.