For many years, Humber and the Indigenous Education and Engagement (IE&E) department have supported Humber’s Indigenous students and alumni through a wide range of events, initiatives and services. This includes the RBC Grad-Ready Program, which provides resources and support to recent Indigenous graduates as they pursue their careers after graduation.

Humber has created the Indigenous Alumni Circle to provide even more engagement opportunities for Humber’s Indigenous alumni. The Circle will be comprised of volunteer Indigenous alumni who wish to remain connected and engaged with the Humber community.

The Circle will have regular meetings and organize professional development and networking events throughout the year.

Any Humber Indigenous alumni can participate in the Circle by completing this sign-up form. Individuals that are interested in taking a leadership role with the Circle can apply to join the Indigenous Alumni Circle Steering Committee. This sign-up form includes more details.

Events, initiatives and meeting information from the Circle will be posted on this webpage and the LinkedIn group.

Humber is also looking to tell the success stories of our Indigenous alumni. If you want to share your story, please fill out that part of the sign-up form.

For more information about the Indigenous Alumni Circle, please contact

We can’t wait to see you again!

Alumni Circle Meetings, Events, and Initiatvies

Saturday, August 6 – Rollerblading at The Bentway

Join IE&E staff, current students and alumni on Saturday, August 6 from 4-6:30 pm for an evening of Rollerblading at The Bentway (250 Fort York Blvd, Toronto).

Costs of the rollerblade rentals will be covered by IE&E for those who register before Friday, July 29th at 12pm noon.

For those who wish to join but missed the deadline, rollerblades can be rented at The Bentway. More information is available at Summer Solstice Skate Co.

Contact if you have any questions.