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!
Follow along with what is happening at Class Acts!
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.
A series of free student-led physical activity workshops for people with diabetes, offered through a unique partnership between Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning and CANES Family Health Team, have proven so successful that physical activity workshops for people with hypertension are being introduced this month.
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!
How far will Humber’s Tourism Management program go to give its students hands-on training? How about 3,800 kilometres.
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.
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 Baskill, 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!
On Thursday, April 23, 2015 the Culinary Management students participated in the Chef Challenge.
We have 3 alumni in the Hospitality and Foodservice Magazine Top 30 Under 30. Congratulations!