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WIL SHOWCASE 
SUMMER 2020 EDITION

As a leader in polytechnic education, we strive to make the connections between theory and practice come to life as our students prepare for careers that will change the lives of others. Student placements play an integral role in the experience we offer, and the way in which our students learn to be agents of change in the professions they are studying.  COVID 19 has introduced new challenges to the way all 800 of our industry partners work, and also in how they support our students. As the world began to shut-down, so did many of the opportunities our students had to experience this hands on learning.

To tackle this challenge we convened faculty who work in industry to help us create new ways of ensuring our students put their education into practice. The Project Library was developed to create opportunities for our students to work in remote ways to create tools that could help their fields, the clients that are served, and even the students themselves. This publication outlines just some of the work that our students did while showcasing the creativity and compassion that Humber is known for. I hope you enjoy reviewing these projects, and consider joining us to create new ones as we move into a future that will be very than the past we are leaving behind.

Derek Stockley
Senior Dean, Faculty of Social and Community Services
Principal, Lakeshore Campus Humber College

WIL PROJECTS

Courtney Wood, Emily Lewis

Me First Podcast

Courtney Wood, Emily Lewis

Addictions and Mental Health

Nancy Bizzarro, Meaghan Hale, Mallory Young, Marieanna Kucza-czarnota (Anya), Victoria Kodytuakku

Grounded: A Mental Health Podcast for Secondary School Students

Nancy Bizzarro, Meaghan Hale, Mallory Young, Marieanna Kucza-czarnota (Anya), Victoria Kodytuakku

Addictions and Mental Health

Davian Reynolds , Jessica Pierson, Maria Daschevi, Brigette Hernandez, Michael Ajibe

Humber Voices Podcast

Davian Reynolds , Jessica Pierson, Maria Daschevi, Brigette Hernandez, Michael Ajibe

Bachelor of Social Sciences - Criminal Justice

Steve Thanh Vuong Chau, Ian J. Hopkins, Courtney L. Roach, Tanysha Thomas-andorfer, Raychel K. Wells

Mapping Community Resources

Steve Thanh Vuong Chau, Ian J. Hopkins, Courtney L. Roach, Tanysha Thomas-andorfer, Raychel K. Wells

Bachelor of Social Sciences - Criminal Justice

Olivia Bagnarol, Elthea Estrada, Jessica Dipirro, Marzia Monopoli

Social Isolation and Navigating Relationships

Olivia Bagnarol, Elthea Estrada, Jessica Dipirro, Marzia Monopoli

Bachelor of Social Sciences - Criminal Justice

Thania Quevedo, Moya Percy, Rachel Scrivo

Forward Together

Thania Quevedo, Moya Percy, Rachel Scrivo

Child and Youth Care

Lisa Trolley

Senior Connection

Lisa Trolley

Community Development​

Jessica White, Trishana Nelson

Life Skills Project

Jessica White, Trishana Nelson

Developmental Services Worker​

Julius Adonis Mateo, Rima Kasbar, Hawa Mohamed, Rutendo Ruimbe

Activities for Seniors with Dementia in Long-Term Care Facilities

Julius Adonis Mateo, Rima Kasbar, Hawa Mohamed, Rutendo Ruimbe

Social Service Worker​

Felicia Upi, Kaitlin Mcdonald, Latoya Burgin, Helen Ng, Reileigh Zohren, Shakira Charles

Social Isolation

Felicia Upi, Kaitlin Mcdonald, Latoya Burgin, Helen Ng, Reileigh Zohren, Shakira Charles

Bachelor of Social Sciences - Criminal Justice

Necretia Watson, Rebecca Theodorou, Shae-Lynn McMartin, Jessica Douglas, Dajana Pljevancic

Supporting Social Distancing During COVID-19

Necretia Watson, Rebecca Theodorou, Shae-Lynn McMartin, Jessica Douglas, Dajana Pljevancic

Bachelor of Social Sciences - Criminal Justice

Olivia Bagnoral, Katrina Ceccarelli

Healthy Eating and Superfoods

Olivia Bagnoral, Katrina Ceccarelli

Child and Youth Care

Jasmine Delottinville

Art Making and Anxiety

Jasmine Delottinville

Child and Youth Care

Agnes Erazo

Gratitude in Grief

Agnes Erazo

Child and Youth Care

Elthea Estrada

Mind Map Journaling: A Guide for Child and Youth Practitioners and Clinicians

Elthea Estrada

Child and Youth Care

Supports for Depression Infographic

Child and Youth Care

Thania Quevado

Strategies for Mental Wellness (Child Focus) – Mindfulness & Anxiety Tools and Resources

Thania Quevado

Child and Youth Care

Colton Healy, Charlotte Ward-Elliot, Chrisnalyn Jade Cayron 

Resource Guide For Remote ABA Treatment

Colton Healy, Charlotte Ward-Elliot, Chrisnalyn Jade Cayron 

Bachelor of Behaviour Science

Agnes Erazo, Teniqua Gaynor-Spence, Seyda Saglamdemir, Jenna Bourque, Jade Chung

Therapeutic Activities for Children and Families

Agnes Erazo, Teniqua Gaynor-Spence, Seyda Saglamdemir, Jenna Bourque, Jade Chung

Child and Youth Care

Elora Sanchez, Brandon Carreiro, Cole Paleshniuk, Curtis Rose, Calley Durbin, Dallia Al Hallis

How to Navigate our New World: Pandemic and Global Revolution

Elora Sanchez, Brandon Carreiro, Cole Paleshniuk, Curtis Rose, Calley Durbin, Dallia Al Hallis

Bachelor of Social Sciences - Criminal Justice

A LETTER FROM THE MANAGER, PLACEMENTS AND PARTNERSHIPS

Work-Integrated Learning is a partnership model designed to prepare students for the workplace through direct experience. The Work-Integrated Learning projects you are about to explore showcase examples of what our students did when the world paused.

We would like to extend our sincerest appreciation to all of the individuals who applied their creativity and determination to reimagine our services and communities in new and meaningful ways. We are on the precipice of creating new social systems and know that the only way forward is by learning from each other and working together. We hope that you will be inspired to address collective problems through collaboration with the Faculty of Social and Community Services at Humber College.

There are many ways to collaborate with Humber: supervise one student in your workplace or host an interdisciplinary team through an applied project; engage with faculty on research relevant to your field or present a challenge to a classroom of students. Our students are eager to work with you and learn from you in-person as well as remotely.

Programs in the Faculty of Social and Community Services include a range of disciplines from Human Services to Justice Services.

I hope these projects inspire you to connect with our Work-Integrated Learning Center to explore ways that our students can help you lead the way in reimagining our world. My team is available at FSCSwork.learn@humber.ca.


For More Information

On the WIL Project Library and Work-Integrated Learning initiatives in the FSCS, please contact:


Corina Ivory
Manager, Placement and Partnerships
1.416.675.6622
corina.ivory@humber.ca