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.
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 your future applications for employment or other opportunities.
For 2020/2021, the Humber Arboretum is offering Co-Curricular Record opportunities that can be completed by students who are studying on campus or who are attending remotely.
All opportunities will have connections with both the Co-Curricular Record competencies and with the Humber Learning Outcomes (HLOs).
Self-paced challenge runs May 1 - April 15
Read up on citizen science, watch a video, and create a free account on the iNaturalist citizen science website or free app to make 30 high-quality observations of wild organisms wherever you are in the world. Your observations will be collected with those of other students in an iNaturalist project and Arboretum staff will help you identify and learn about the plants and animals everyone finds.
Get outside and explore while you develop your (eco)system thinking, your analytical skills, and more.
No upcoming workshops scheduled at this time. Check back here for updates.
Citizen science is for everyone. Discover how participating in citizen science projects contributes to the health of both people and the planet.
To add the experience to your Co-Curricular Record you must both attend the workshop and complete follow-up activities (details provided during the workshop).
Only the Community Connectors (directly connected to the Global Citizenship course GBLC 002) is running during Summer 2021.
Check back for other fall 2021 updates.
Learning by LeadingTM service learning experiences are in-depth programs for students who want to learn about the Humber Arboretum and explore local ecology while developing skills such as communication, professionalism, and problem solving. Recruitment for most branches takes place in the early fall.