Congratulations to the Digital Business Management graduating class of 2019 for completing their work on their capstone projects with three small businesses in Ontario.
On Saturday, April 27, students from the Humber Business School gathered at the Lakeshore campus for the very first Ontario Colleges’ Marketing Competition (OCMC) boot camp. The event was generously organized by Humber’s marketing professors to allow 27 of the Business school’s top students to network, meet the OCMC coaches and test their marketing skills.
On April 12, 2019, Paralegal Degree students held the Second Annual Aboriginal Moot at the Lakeshore Campus. The Aboriginal Moot was the capstone assignment for students in the Indigenous Legal Perspectives course.
Entrepreneurship is relevant all across the college, as highlighted by a recent cross-collaboration between The Business School, the School of Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism and the Centre for Entrepreneurship.
On April 17th, Professor Jasteena Dhillon delivered the Keynote Speech at the United Nations Association of Toronto (UNACTO) Annual General Meeting at Toronto City Hall, where she spoke on rule of law and justice work in the field.
Earth, wind, fire and water, took to the runway at this year’s Walk It Out: The Elements of Humber fashion show, organized by 25 Fashion Arts and Business students alongside program coordinator and professor, Jennifer Dawson.
Humber College's ViewPOINT celebration, held Monday May 6, attracted 300 hospitality industry leaders to celebrate collaboration, technology and disruption at the new Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation.
At the end of March 2019, two teams of students from the Accounting Diploma programs participated in the province-wide Ontario College Accounting Case Competition, hosted this year by Sheridan College.
On March 14th the Humber Finance Society, which is run by students in the Bachelor of Commerce Finance Degree Program, put on a great speaker event.
Students from the course Ethics and Sustainability for the Cosmetics Management Program took part in a workshop at the Arboretum lead by Reid Williamson.