Among the 2,000 students in the province who competed in one of over 68 skills contests offered, Humber students placed in 13 categories at the Skills Ontario Competition.

After advancing from the Qualifying Competitions held last month, students from the Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology, the Faculty of Business, and the Faculty of Media & Creative Arts celebrated their wins with their educators, family, friends and prospective employers applauding nearby.

Congratulations to our students who placed in the following categories:

Aesthetics

Nicole Simon (Silver)

Automation and Controls

Everest Bezati (Bronze)

Culinary Arts

Victoria Simon (Silver)

Electronics

Brendan Woo (Gold)

Nicholas Roos (Silver)

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Restaurant Services

Heather Brock (Gold)

Skills Ontario Humber medalist

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graphic Design

Drewanne Gravelle (Bronze)

Heating Systems-AT

Wylie Gallant (Bronze)

Horticulture and Landscape

Patrick Misko and Taylor Schottroff (Bronze)

Landscape Design

Thales Leonardo Guilherme Da Silva (Gold)

Raymond Ho (Silver)

Mechanical CADD-AT

Keiran O’Neill (Bronze)

Mechatronics

Marko Gunja and Hartej Tapia (Gold)

Suhail Mohammed and Alex Mosor (Silver)

Skills Ontario Humber medalists

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photography

Michael Fayehun (Gold)

Skills Ontario Humber medalist

 

 

 

 

3D Game Art

Richard Thorogood (Gold)

Matteo Buda (Bronze)

Humber is no stranger to Skills Ontario and has applauded many students throughout their years for their hard work and dedication to the competitions. This year marked the 30th anniversary of Skills Ontario Competition. Held at the Toronto Congress Centre in Toronto, the not-for-profit organization is dedicated to the promotion of the skilled trades and technologies. The organization promotes and celebrates youth who are pursuing careers in the skilled trades and technologies as students apply their learning in competitive settings.

At the competition, entrance scholarships were awarded to secondary school students who won gold, silver and bronze in all the competitions in which Humber students competed. These scholarships, valued at approximately $100,000, were designed to attract secondary school students to pursue their education in at Humber. 

The winning gold medalists will advance to the Skills Canada National Competition later this month held in Halifax, Nova Scotia.