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Work-Integrated Learning

Humber programs offer unique work-integrated learning opportunities to prepare students for their future careers. Students apply what they’ve learned in class and in real world environments through a wide range of academic, community and industry partnerships. These work-integrated and experiential learning opportunities may include field placements, practicums, clinical placements, co-operative education work terms, internships, applied research projects, or service learning. Check program pages to learn more about the specific opportunities within each program.

The Learning Process

Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) provides a valuable bridge between a student’s academic program and the real world. For students, the opportunity to participate in WIL (ex. Field placement, professional practice, capstone projects, and applied research) enhances the learning process and better prepares students for the demands of the workplace. Employers benefit from the availability of skilled and well-trained students and graduates to help solve problems and bring new ideas and innovative thinking to the community and field.

Benefits of Placement

Opportunities to integrate work with your studies are designed to better prepare you for the demands of the workplace and enhance your employability when you graduate. You will have to opportunity to build skills required for career success in your field of study, learn about the world of work and the career options available to you, and, meet people in your profession. Learn about opportunities for work-integrated learning in your program of study.

Placement Abroad

Humber students have the opportunity to complete program work placements in Canada or abroad. In today’s competitive job market, having global work experience under your belt is one of the very best things you can do for your prospective career. You’ll be challenged to adapt both personally and professionally, all while putting your skills to the test. By leaving the comforts of home to immerse yourself in an entirely new culture, you’ll be pushing the boundaries of what you are capable of and gain an invaluable global perspective.

Field Placement Office

Field Placement Office, Room E108
Faculty of Social & Community Services
SSCSplacement@humber.ca

Manager, Placements and Partnerships
Corina Ivory, Ext 3842
corina.ivory@humber.ca

Work-Integrated Learning Support Officer
Kevin Gonneau, Ext 3119
Kevin.Gonneau@humber.ca

Hire a Humber Student

Learn more about hiring students or grads, capstone projects, awards, applied research, advisory committees, customized training, and more.

Field Placement Coordinators

Field Placement Coordinators cultivate community partnerships and support students in their preparation for Work-Integrated Learning from orientation, to the first day in the field. Field Placement Coordinators provide students personalized attention and tools needed to be successful in securing a placement.

Search the chart below by Program Name to email your Field Placement Coordinator.

Addictions and Mental Health - Graduate Certificate

ADMH.placement@humber.ca

Bachelor of Behavioral Science

BBSplacement@humber.ca

Bachelor of Community Development

BCDplacement@humber.ca

Bachelor of Child and Youth Care

BCYCplacement@humber.ca

Bachelor of Criminal Justice

CJplacement@humber.ca

Community and Justice Services - Diploma

CJSplacement@humber.ca

Child and Youth Care - Diploma

CYCplacement@humber.ca

Developmental Service Worker - Diploma

DSWplacement@humber.ca

Social Service Worker - Diploma

SSWplacement@humber.ca