News and Events

Starbucks Recruitment Info Session

When: February 16, 2016
Time:10:00 am to Noon
Where: The Queensway Employment Centre, 779 The Queensway

Are you under 30? Starbucks wants to invest in you!
Starbucks Canada is excited to help youth under 30 get access to meaningful employment opportunities with great benefits.

The info session will provide:

  • an intro to the Barista opportunity and highlight of key attributes
  • Information about Starbucks and potential career advancements
  • An overview of the screening, hiring and training process

Candidates must pre-register to attend the session: register

GoodLife Fitness Hiring Event

When: February 23, 2016
Time:11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Where: North Campus, LRC 1st Floor

Thinking about a CAREER in fitness?
Talent Acquisition Specialists are coming to Humber! Stop by their table to learn about career opportunities

For all job opportunities you can also visit
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Humber College + Toronto Marlies Fundraising Project

When: Sat, March 26;
Tues, March 29;
Sat, April 16

Tickets only $25 including $5 that will be donated to Camp Oochigeas
Contact Cesar Grande for tickets or more info at

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Paragon Security Recruitment Event

When: February 24, 2016
Time:13:00pm Ė 14:00pm
Where: Humber College Community Employment Services, St. Clair West: 1345 St. Clair Ave W, 2nd Floor
Looking for a Career in Security?
Paragon Security offers participants the opportunity to:

  • Learn how to become a licensed security professional
  • Register for Paragonís Academy
  • Participate in an interview

Pre-registration is required for this event. Please bring your resume and be prepared for an interview following the information session.
Register at: 416-654-5566 or

Early Childhood Education Career Fair

When: February 26, 2016
Time: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Where: North Campus, LRC Concourse 1st Floor

As an Early Childhood Education (ECE) student you will learn important information regarding future employment, professional resources and educational opportunities.

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For more information please contact Vicki Reay at 416-675-5032
If you are an employer and wish to register, please contact Vicki Reay at 416-675-5032

New Online Orientation Tool

Explore the student experience Humber College has to offer. This tool will provide you with info on Humber 101, Being a Successful Student, Academic Success and Life at Humber. #NewHawk16

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RBC Canadian Open Volunteer Opportunity

When: July 18-24, 2016
Where: Glen Abbey Golf Club, Oakville, Ontario

Spend a Week With the PGA Tour.
Now accepting volunteers for the RBC Canadian Open.
Register at:

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2016 Summer Employment Opportunities with Ontario Public Service

The Summer Employment Opportunities program offers 5,000 summer student positions across the province to work within the Ontario Public Service.

Positions for summer 2016 are now posted with six different closing dates between January 19 and March 29, 2016.

Head to to learn more.

They offer over 80 student jobs in a variety of fields and working environments. Explore the Types of Students Jobs that fall into each of these career fields:

Administration (e.g. Office Assistant)
Agriculture and Livestock (e.g. Veterinary Assistant)
Business (e.g. Business and Finance Assistant)
Clerical (e.g. Projects Assistant)
Customer Service (e.g. Customer Service Representative)
Enforcement (e.g. Marine Assistant)
Engineering (e.g. Traffic Technician)
Environment (e.g. Fish and Wildlife Assistant)
Information Management (e.g. Data Analyst)
Language (e.g. French Translator)
Maintenance (e. g. Maintenance Assistant)
Ontario Place (e.g. Traffic Services)
Parks (e.g. Park Ranger)
Policy (e.g. Research Assistant)
Science (e.g. Laboratory Assistant)
Social Services (e.g. Early Childhood Education)
Technology (e.g. IT Systems Analyst)

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Get Inspired - Success Story of Jose Garcia

Jose recently moved to Canada from Mexico City, leaving behind a prestigious job. As a new immigrant who was still developing his English language skills, he struggled to find a job in his field. As a result, he was forced to clean bus shelters in order to survive. Thatís when he met Valeriya, at Newcomer Advising, who referred him to Humberís OSLT program and The Mentoring Partnership for newcomers to Canada...
To read about what followed, and to learn more of Joseís incredible journey, click here:

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