Humber College and University of Guelph-Humber students have the opportunity to have their participation in Humber Arboretum educational events acknowledged on the formal CCR transcript provided by their school.
The Humber Arboretum offers numerous free workshops and educational experiences throughout the year related to ecology, gardening, and sustainability. Participating in as few as two CCR Certified events can earn students an activity listing on their Co-Curricular Record:
Level One Learner
Attend at least two (2) Humber Arboretum workshops or public events which have been designated as CCR eligible and complete the follow-up survey for each.
But why stop at Level One?
Specialized Learner: Gardening
Attend at least four (4) Humber Arboretum events that have been designated as eligible for the CCR Gardening Specialty and complete the follow-up survey for each. Options could include gardening workshops facilitated by the Etobicoke Master Gardeners, one-off ArbWalks/Talks on gardening for the environment, or planting events.
Specialized Learner: Nature and Ecology
Attend at least four (4) Humber Arboretum events that have been designated as eligible for the CCR Nature and Ecology Specialty and complete the follow-up survey for each. Options could include birding and citizen science workshops held in association with Bird Studies Canada, conservation events run by the TRCA, ArbWalks/Talks run by Arboretum staff, hands-on workshops removing invasive species, or other activities.
Provided to students by Humber College or the University of Guelph-Humber, the Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is a formal record of a student's skill development that has taken place outside of the classroom. This additional transcript is intended to support the student's future applications for employment or other opportunities.
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