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.
DIPLOMA PROGRAM HIGHLIGHT
Launch yourself into a fast-paced and exciting career of leading teams, managing logistics and planning events!
NEW DIPLOMA PROGRAM
This innovative program will provide you with the education and experience to work in the rapidly growing health and wellness industries.
DIPLOMA PROGRAM HIGHLIGHT
Launch yourself into a global, fast paced, challenging and thrilling career where you can share your passion for people and incredible service!
Central Counties Tourism have partnered with Humber to launch an Ambassador Program for the Pan Am Games!
Dean Susan Somerville, R.D., was was honoured as an industry leader when she was named a 2015 Fellow of the Institute at the event. Humber graduates were also well represented, with 3 alumni named Rising Stars in the 30 under 30 category. Congratulations to Sophia Doria, Christine Fancy and Gracie Good—you are shaking it up!
Eric Beresford is a man on the move. This innovative Hockey League Coordinator was recently recognized as an Alumni of Distinction.
Sophia Doria is truly a Humber rising star—chosen by Foodservice and Hospitality Magazine as a top 30 under 30 to watch.
As part of our new partnership with Baxter Travel Media, a competition was launched to find the 2015 Baxter Student Ambassador.
Follow along with what is happening at Class Acts!
Starting in September 2015, this innovative program will provide you with the education and experience to work in the rapidly growing health and wellness industries.
From hiding an engagement ring in a hotel suite for a guest who was planning a surprise engagement, to arranging to have a brief case repaired for a VIP guest, Madison Riddolls’ mission is to exceed guest expectations and create memorable experiences at The Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto.
The School of Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism at Humber College is rolling out "Fresh Food Fast!" The Dietitians and Chefs at Humber combined their expertise and enthusiasm for healthy food to create a food truck with a difference. Humber's food truck will provide customers with delicious choices that feature whole grains, healthy fats, and low sodium. Items on the menu include smoothies, fresh salads, fish tacos, turkey sliders on whole wheat, homemade granola bars and fruit kabobs.
The Humber focus on student learning will ensure active and practical learning for students from Humber's Culinary, Nutrition, Hospitality and Event Planning programs. Students will be involved in recipe development, menu planning, business management and of course, cooking and serving.
The food truck will be rolling out to college functions, community events, partner appreciation days, recruitment drives, and yes, even food truck festivals.
Humber students will jump on board in September to take their learning to the next level. Keep an eye out as the truck with the fruits and veggies rolls into your neighbourhood!
Call it luck, fate or destiny, but two people who grew up together in Chatham, Ontario and were great friends throughout high school, are now teaching the same program, in the same field, at the same college.
Join us on June 2, 2015 for the 3rd annual Humber College Classic. By participating in the Humber College Classic you are helping to create scholarships and awards to give our students the support they need to reach their education and career goals.
Extreme acrobat, Greg Roe, is jumping his way to stardom on America’s Got Talent. After studying Fitness and Health Promotion at Humber and getting a degree in Kinesiology from the University of Guelph-Humber, Roe used his background in competitive gymnastics and trampoline to launch GRT Enterprises.
Referring to himself as an Extreme Acrobatic Sports Stuntman, Roe has taken jumping to new levels with his latest challenge for America’s Got Talent. He dropped 55 metres into a giant airbag—performing a triple front flip with a double twist on the way down. That was enough to impress the judges who sent him on to the next round.
With the help of their instructor Nicole Chuchmach, Hospitality students Heidi Ahrens and Krista Emery competed at the Frankie Tomatto's Restaurant Innovation Competition organized by the University of Guelph, and won.
Sophia Doria is truly a Humber rising star - chosen by Foodservice and Hospitality Magazine as a top 30 under 30 to watch.
High school students from across the GTA gathered at Humber North Campus to compete to see which team could create the most complete meal on a tight budget.
Humber instructor, Amanda Baskwill, was honoured on Saturday, May 9, 2015 with the RMT of the Year Award in remembrance of Ken Rezsnyak from the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario. This award is presented to recognize a member's consistent and significant contribution to the profession of massage therapy and the professional association over the span of their career. Congratulations Amanda!