As the semester comes to a close, and our minds shift towards the holidays, it’s good to look back and reflect on what we’ve achieved as a community this semester. Our DECA Chapter has a lot to be proud of, as they’ve been hard at work representing Humber at invitationals across the province. And news of our graduate’s success is a daily reminder of the importance of the learning experience we offer students. As 2017 comes to a close, we can’t wait to see what 2018 will look like for the Humber Community. Enjoy the holidays and we’ll see everyone again in January.
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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December 2017 - Current Version
On November 26 and 27, 2017, Fashion Arts and Business diploma students attended the annual Higher Education Summit at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel.
After graduating from the Humber Business School, Elisa started working at Orchard International as a Cosmetic Product Developer where it’s her job to bring a beauty product from concept to reality.
This past November, the Humber DECA-U chapter competed in Ryerson’s “Evolve” Conference. The Ryerson Invitational marks the sixth DECA Competition the Humber chapter has been a part of since September.
On Thursday, November 9th, 2017, members of The Business School Placement Centre accompanied eight Fashion Management students to an engaging event featuring Harley Finkelstein, Chief Operating Officer, Shopify.
This coming winter, nine business school students will be getting their first real exposure to the accounting industry and a sneak preview of their future careers.
Kent Schroeder, the Director of International Development Projects, recently travelled to the Himalayan country of Bhutan where he was invited to speak about his new book to an audience of government officials, business leaders and civil society representatives.
Kaileigh Gunn always had a passion for esthetics and cosmetics. From a young age, she knew she wanted to pursue a career in this industry.
Art comes in all forms and can be displayed in all types of venues. Painters display their works in galleries, street artists use the urban landscape as their canvas. For Kassandra Jones, a 2017 Esthetician: Spa Management graduate, her works of art are proudly displayed on the nails of her clients.
As a tribute to Canada’s 150th Anniversary, the Humber Fashion Institute and the Fashion Management and Promotions program, presented the exhibit, “100 Years of Heritage Fashion.”
The Digital Business Student Association hosted their second Tech Week. Students, faculty and Humber community members came out to attend hands-on workshops on MS Excel, Shopify, Google AdWords and Analytics, and Filmora.