Humber College hosted a two-day Global Forum on Entrepreneurship and Innovation. International speakers joined a panel to discuss industry connections and unique approaches to problem-based learning. The collaboration from international partners brought together many cultures for an exciting and informative event.
This year Youth Enrichment at Humber continued with its annual Camp Choice. A three-day overnight stay where students from First Nations communities come together to enjoy a college experience. The goal of the camp is to help expose grade 7 and 8 students to postsecondary education and introduce a variety of potential career paths and passions.
On June 7th, Humber’s Postgraduate Journalism and Web Design and Interactive Media programs worked together on a multi-disciplinary journalism project covering the 2018 provincial election. The students worked via radio, newsroom and in-field reporting, including three reporting teams working the front lines at each of the major party headquarters.
This year was the 19th annual Doors Open Toronto. The event provided the opportunity to see inside more than 130 buildings across the city. Humber’s Lakeshore Campus regularly participates, offering tours of the grounds and tunnels. This year, tours focused on many of the film and television productions shot there in the past 50 years over the years – including Suicide Squad and Police Academy.
Humber's School of Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism officially announced that their Massage Therapy program is now fully accredited by the CMTCA. We are very proud to announce we are only the second college in Canada to receive this accreditation. This accreditation means better practitioner mobility, better information of programs and improved access to educational resources.