Congratulations to 4th year Paralegal Degree Student Fallon Burns. Fallon has been acclaimed to be the Student Director of the OPA (Ontario Paralegal Association) Fallon will hold the position until she choses to step down or until the 2015 AGM. Fallon's leadership and hardwork are an inspiration to all of us at the Business School.
TJX Canada and Humber College have launched their most recent window display at The Fashion Institute!
Students of Humber's Fashion Arts Diploma Program, Fashion Management Degree Program, Post Graduate Certificate Programs and alumni from Creative Photography and Fashion Arts, proudly present our third collaborative window display installation at The Fashion Institute, sponsored by our friends at TJX Canada.
The window, titled "Saddle Up" features capes and blanket inspired fashions from Marshall's and Winners and interesting home accents such as faux cow skulls, abstract prints and textured twig balls from HomeSense.Students worked diligently for two twelve hour days to execute the entire display.
The window has street front access and is available for viewing until November 22, 2014.
The Business School Placement Centre participated at the Woodbine Mile End of Summer Party on Sunday, September 14, 2014, at Woodbine Racetrack.
Humber College was represented in a fun filled tent where attendees had the opportunity to learn about the programs offered at Humber College, play games and win prizes. It was a great opportunity to support our community partner, Woodbine Entertainment Group, meet some future Humber students and a fun-filled opportunity for Humber College students to network and garner experience in event management.
During the event Woodbine Entertainment Group gave away bursaries to students who attended the event. Two of our lucky volunteers, Sarah and Paola, each won $1000 to help them pay for their education.
A special thanks to the enthusiastic and energetic team at The Placement Centre, including Paul Griffin (Associate Dean), Antoniette DiMarco (Manager), Laurie Bradford, Mary Cantisano, Allison Scully (Business Degree Placement Advisors); and another special thanks to the Humber College students who assisted and attended the Woodbine Mile.
The Business School hosted the first ever Humber-Ningbo Alumni Reunion, on June 27, 2014, in Ningbo China. The Humber-Ningbo alumni spent the evening networking, reminiscing and celebrating their successes since graduation. The reunion will become an annual event and we are already looking forward to next year.
Humber postgraduate students bby Greenbloom and Chelsey Mandaric are headed to Washington DC this summer. Abby and Chelsey will be interning at the Canadian Embassy in Washington until August. Chelsey will be working with the Embassy's events team while Abby will be working with the assistant trade commissioner in the Commercial Policy and International Business Development sector.