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.
The 10th annual Holland Marsh Soupfest was another great success this year with Humber Culinary staff and students winning the Best Soup for a Culinary Institution category.
Five HRT students in the H-HROM program have been chosen to participate in a unique learning opportunity, working with a multi-disciplinary team made up of students from Project Management Post Graduate, (PMPG) and Interior Decorating (ID).
It all started last year when Baking and Pastry Arts instructor, Stephanie Mirabelli, was nominated for the Top 30 Under 30 award with the Ontario Hostillery Institute (OHI).
This summer Humber opened the “doors” to the much-anticipated Food Learning Garden. This garden is a space for students and community members to learn about sustainable urban agriculture, local food security and how to grow, harvest and cook their own fresh, healthy food.
This year, three School of HRT faculty were recognized for their accomplishments with President’s Breakfast Awards! We are proud to congratulate the following faculty for these well-deserved achievements.
The past five days were filled with long days, demanding tests and delicious food for the Certified Master Chef (CMC) exams. Candidates spent all of their time between August 22nd – 26th in the kitchen where they worked hard to earn the title of Certified Master Chef.
Congratulations to Don (Monty) Montgomery on receiving the Honorary Degree Award with the School of HRT.
Stefanie Francavilla proved that hard work pays off as she placed first and took home the gold at Skills Canada!