Fitness offers freedom to people who want to move up in a career or take advantage of entrepreneurial opportunities. From Sport & Recreation to Fitness & Health through to Massage Therapy, these programs are for action-oriented.
Hospitality and Tourism offers boundless opportunities to those who love to travel and experience other cultures. From Hotel and Restaurant to Travel and Tourism through to Event Planning, these career choices can really take you places.
Nutrition through Culinary provides an abundance of career choices from the sweet to the savoury. Whether you want to carve out your future in Culinary, Food & Nutrition or Baking & Pastry, we have the facilities you need to heat up your career.
The Humber School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism (HRT) is testing out an innovative, collaborative approach to developing healthy lifestyles. Humber HRT professors Sergiu Fediuc, Noah Gentner, Chef Michael Teune and Sarah Power are leading the Centre for Healthy Living, a program that covers everything from nutrition and healthy cooking to fitness and the formation of healthy eating habits. And they’re hoping it will change the lives of the 65 faculty and staff currently signed up for the pilot project.
The 20 foot Humber Food Truck is ready to roll as a training ground for Humber students within the Culinary, Nutrition, Hospitality and Event Planning programs from the School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism.
Massage Therapy clinic instructor Andrew Clapperton was the recipient of a Student Appreciation Award at the annual awards ceremony last week. Thank you for your dedication to your students, Andrew!
On April 23, 2015 our student chefs will compete in the 2015 Chef Challenge. The event will raise money for Peel victims of tragic circumstances and crime and will be held from 6:00pm-10:00pm at the Versaille Convention Centre: 6721 Edwards Blvd. Mississauga.
The students in the Hospitality Tourism Operations Management Graduate Certificate program recently planned and executed a very successful event in their ‘Special Events Planning’ course. The theme was ‘Bollywood Night’, and they raised in excess of $2,300.00 for a charitable organization – FOOD4KIDS.
How far will Humber’s Tourism Management program go to give its students hands-on training? How about 3,800 kilometres.
We have 3 alumni in the Top 30 Under 30! Congratulations!
Dietitan of the Year dinner honouring our Dean Susan Somerville.
On April 13th, 2015, Humber's School of Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism was proud to bring the Escoffier event to Humber and showcase our talented faculty and our great facilities.
Students with developmental disabilities had an opportunity to obtain useful employment skills through a new Culinary Skills Development and Employment program at Humber College.
Chef and Culinary Program Coordinator, Shonah Chalmers, was profiled in the February 2015 issue of Ontario Restaurant News. Keep up the great work Shonah! Read about Shonah's experience on page 16 of the February issue.