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Humber FAST Students Bring Home Five Medals from 2021 Virtual Skills Ontario Competition

It gives me great pride to announce that seven students from the Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology celebrated their wins with educators, family and friends at the Virtual Skills Ontario Competition Closing Ceremony on May 13. Our students earned two gold, two silver and one bronze medal at this year’s competition!

Humber is no stranger to Skills Ontario and has applauded many FAST students throughout the years for their hard work and dedication to the competitions. Committed to preparing Ontario’s youth for the highly skilled economy of tomorrow, Skills Ontario is dedicated to the promotion of the skilled trades and technologies. The organization promotes and celebrates youth who are pursuing careers in the skilled trades and technologies as students apply their learning in competitive settings.

It is an incredible honour to participate in this annual event and I applaud all of our Humber FAST students who qualified for this year’s Skills Ontario Competition including: Xander Cameron, Jakob Wood, Josheel Dhanda and Tenzin W Woedhen. 

It takes a village to help our students prepare for this competition and I greatly appreciate all of the coaches, educators, staff and faculty who helped our students compete during a very challenging year.

Congratulations to our students who earned medals in the following categories:


  • Marko Gunja and Nickolas de Boer, Mechatronics
  • Rian Currie, Electronics


  • Jordan Regada and Jarod Lin, Mechatronics
  • Jackson Macor, Welding


  • Marcus Lahn, Mechanical CAD

OTSC 2021 Competition

Our top competitors will advance to the Skills Canada Virtual National Competition on June 15, 2021.  Once again, congratulations to all our Humber FAST students who participated in this year’s competition!

Best regards,
Dr. Farzad Rayegani, Ph.D., P.Eng, FEC.
Senior Dean