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Be part of shaping the future! There are several ways for employers to actively engage through advisory committees, applied research, awards, projects, guest speaking and career events.

Advisory Committees

Each program has an Advisory Committee, comprised of a broad cross-section of industry representatives, who contribute to curriculum development and strategic program direction. Members meet once or twice per year to discuss employment and technological trends, and changes in industry, to help ensure our programs remain current and relevant to the needs of industry.

To learn how you can make a difference, please contact:

Janice Wojcik, Manager, Work Integrated Learning & Industry Engagement
416.675.6622 ext. 5339
Janice.Wojcik@humber.ca

Awards and Scholarships

Support from industry donors help ensure students have the resources to be successful in their education plan. This helps ensure students with the skills required by industry are able to complete their studies, and be successful in their careers and lives.

To learn how you can raise the visibility of your organization, or simply give back, please contact:

Janice Wojcik, Manager, Work Integrated Learning & Industry Engagement
416.675.6622 ext. 5339
Janice.Wojcik@humber.ca

Career Events, Industry Panels, Guest Speakers

The Work Placement Services Office provides numerous opportunities for employers to connect with our talented students, including co-op information sessions, career networking events, industry panels, and opportunities for guest speakers.

Whether you are recruiting or interested in raising the profile of your organization and/or opportunities, please contact:

William (Bill) Linton, Industry Liaison
416.675.6622 ext. 4804
William.Linton@humber.ca

Applied Research, Capstone Projects

Does your company need help solving a technical problem or innovation challenge? Collaborating with the Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology or Humber’s Department of Applied Research & Innovation, brings employers together with faculty and students to problem solve.

For additional information, please visit “Projects”.

Projects

Capstone Projects

Project-based learning is an integral part of learning, equipping students with practical troubleshooting and problem solving skills. Capstone projects in the final semester of study bring students and faculty together, to solve a real-world technical problem or innovation challenge.

To collaborate with Humber’s Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology, please contact:

Shaun Ghafari, Associate Dean, 
Advanced Manufacturing
416.675.6622 ext. 4217

Jonathan Kim, Associate Dean, 
Information & Communications Technology
416.675.6622 ext. 5985

Carl Oliver, Associate Dean, 
Design & The Built Environment
416.675.6622 ext. 4447

Applied Research & Innovation

Humber Applied Research & Innovation helps faculty and student research teams collaborate with industry and community partners in order to help solve specific problems.

For additional information and funding opportunities, please contact:

Dr. Ginger Grant, Associate Dean, 
Applied Research & Innovation
ginger.grant@humber.ca
416.675.6622 ext. 5528

Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation

From developing prototypes and problem-solving solutions to booking collaborative spaces and engaging in state-of-the-art training, the Barrett CTI serves a purpose for everyone involved. Learn more about the exciting work being done by students, faculty and industry sponsors: