On January 30th, fifty students were in attendance for the York Regional Police (YRP) Career Presentation hosted at the Lakeshore campus.
On January 23rd, The School of Social & Community Services held an Info Session Evening for prospective students which started out as a small event that grew to encompass over 700 guests.
To acknowledge Bell Let’s Talk 2017 students from both cohorts of Humber Lakeshore’s Addiction and Mental Health (ADMH) post graduate program came together for a discussion of Mental Health on January 25th.
The Student Wellness & Accessibility Centre put on a very successful Stress and Wellness Check-Up, distributing over 500 stress kits to participants at Humber’s Lakeshore and North campuses in just two days.
On Wednesday, February 15th, SSCS hosted a Student Appreciation Night for ASIS International's Toronto Chapter.
On Monday, February 27th, 2017, the Developmental Services Worker (DSW) program hosted a Community Partner Presentation event to introduce community agencies in the developmental sector to soon-to-be Developmental Social Worker graduates.
It was with great sadness to learn that Humber alumni, Bruce Thompson, died suddenly on January 16, 2017.
The Crime Scene Investigation program teaches students a range of skills, including photography. The program recently held a photography competition with over 200 submissions that showcased that the talents of the students extend far beyond taking pictures of a crime scene.
Last spring the School of Social and Community Services engaged in a school-wide exercise to define the values of the school. From this work came a commitment to the values of respect, inclusion, compassion, self-awareness and integrity.
On November 29, 2016, we hosted our annual awards night in collaboration with Humber Student Awards.