Though we experienced a windy, rainy October, the gloomy weather didn’t get The Business School’s students and faculty down. We went full steam ahead with panels, networking events, competitions, and much more! This October saw Business Marketing and Management students practicing their sales skills on campus; all of our Fashion students organized a fabulous Sample Sale; the Placement Centre put on another outstanding Employer Appreciation Event; and so much more. Read on and find out for yourself!
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On Tuesday, October 2, 2018 the Business School Placement Centre hosted their annual Employer Appreciation Event at the Humber Lakeshore Campus.
This October, Entrepreneurial Enterprise Professor and Program Coordinator, Cheryl Mitchell, had the opportunity to present at two conferences.
A group of four Event Management postgraduate alumni (2017/2018 cohort) got inspired by the success of their Capstone event, SheBoss, and decided to turn it into a permanent venture.
Paul Nazareth, Vice President of Education with the Canadian Association of Gift Planners visited Fundraising Management Postgrad students earlier this month at Lakeshore campus.
Our Global Business Management 4th semester students had a busy October, as they attended two helpful panel discussions.
The Bachelor of Commerce Finance degree program has been granted core curriculum educator status by the FPSC (Financial Planning Standards Council).
On October 3rd, 2018, Humber's Fashion students launched their very own Pop Up Shop at The Fashion Institute's trendy, high profile, street front location, 3166 Lakeshore Blvd. West.
The Humber Journal of Paralegal Access to Justice created a sensation at the National Conference of the American Association for Paralegal Education (AAfPE) in Newport, Rhode Island.
Humber Journalism Student, Elesha Nicholls, reports on the Humber Spa’s new extended hours and how it is benefitting both Humber Spa clients and students in the program.
On October 1st and 2nd, five Bachelor of Commerce - Fashion Management students participated in the 2nd annual Canadian Retail Educators Association (CREA) Charrette as part of Ryerson University's Retail Week.