April did not go out like a lamb this year, it went from Lions, to Wolves, to World Water Day and High Fashion. Find out about the many successful student competitions and events held throughout April as our students give it all they have at the culmination of this semester.
Be sure to share all of your successes with us through the Dean’s Newsletter. For submissions, visit business.humber.ca/content-submission and choose “The Dean’s Newsletter”.
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April 2017 - Current Version
To end this past semester, the Business School held their inaugural Business Administration Alumni Project Give Back event for the current Business Administration class.
From April 19-22nd, Sergiy Fomin, a Bachelor of Commerce - International Business degree student and co-president of the Humber Lakeshore DECA-U chapter, led six fellow students and DECA-U members at the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Anaheim, California.
The FCBB held a networking event and awarded the Business School with the 2017 FCBB Award of Excellence.
On April 15th, the Humber Human Resources Society, a student-run and elected committee that arranges campus events, organized an alumni panel discussion titled, Life After Humber, for the Human Resources Management graduating class.
This year, students from 11 selling classes in 8 separate Business School programs participated in the Marlies Ticket Sales Program raising a record $30,938 for Camp Oochigeas, a camp for children cancer.
Congratulations to Vathanan Jegatheesan, who has recently joined the Canadian Tamils' Chamber of Commerce (CTCC) as the Executive Director.
In the final semester of the Bachelor of Commerce Marketing program, students are required to develop and present a strategic marketing plan for a Canadian enterprise.
Business Administration students represented Humber with pride as they met BMO’s executive team including CEO William Downe, Vice Chairman Frank Techar, and the Board of Directors, before the Annual General Meeting.
On April 7th, a team of Humber Business Administration and Business Management students hosted 15 teams composed of 90 grade 12 business students from high schools across the GTA for an exciting opportunity to learn about small business management.
Thank you to everyone who participated at our Open House on Saturday April 8th and for sharing your experiences with future Humber students.