Humber celebrated the grand opening of the Indigenous Cultural Markers at Lakeshore Campus. The markers tell the migration story of the Anishinaabe people along the Humber River. Special guests included The Honorable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and project architect Ryan Gorrie.
Humber’s Advanced Diploma, Accelerated Diploma and Bachelor Programs in Child and Youth Care have been accredited by the Child and Youth Care Educational Accreditation Board of Canada. The board ensures that professionals educated in the field are trained to a specific standard of Child and Youth Care competence. Congratulations to the School of Social and Community Services!
The Barrett Family Foundation has donated $10 million to Humber in support of the Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation. The Foundation initially donated $5 million to Humber in 2016 and has recently committed an additional $5 million to support student excellence programs, skills mentorship programs, and leading-edge technology. The donation will help distribute student scholarships, train and prepare students to compete in unique experiential learning opportunities, and enhance practical skills and job readiness to achieve workplace success.
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