Students from Humber College were involved in an international service-learning trip to Cartago, Costa Rica from May 15-28, 2016.
The Addictions and Mental Health postgraduate program launched in the Fall of 2015 and now the first group of students is ready to put their learning into practice in the field. The first group of graduates is set to begin their 8-week practicums! The School of Community and Social Services could not be prouder of this group as they enter this challenging and rewarding field.
The School of Social and Community Services is proud to announce that we have received funding from the Humber College and Community Partnership Fund to help with phase one of our Mental Health Community of Practice (MHCoP).
Congratulations to Bachelor of Criminal Justice professor Daniel Bear, on the publication of his latest journal article. Daniel’s first solo piece, "The need to create a narrative: examining the justifications police used to target drugs in the lead up to the 2011 London riots" was recently published in Police Practice and Research: An International Journal. The article can be accessed in person in Cottage C, Room 205 at Humber Lakeshore Campus.
Earlier this term one of our faculty had the opportunity to visit Malawi Africa on a "Leave For Change" exchange through Humber. Learn about the role professor Natalie Blake-Noel played as a Strategic Planning Advisor for a community radio station.
This past week Associate Dean Dr. Jeanine Webber, Program Coordinator for the BAA-CJ Dr. Alyssa Ferns and two 4th year BAA-CJ students, Marina Alves and Anna Maskulka traveled to Winnipeg, MB for the Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) Applied Research Symposium.
On March 7, 2016, the School of Social and Community Services and the TPS of the 22 Division hosted the annual TPS Rover Crew Investiture Ceremony.
Test your skills in a simulator – video games aren’t just for fun anymore.
Using the latest in digital technology, FAAC simulators create life like situations to train students in driving skills, conflict resolution and the use of force. The School of Social and Community Services has acquired this leading edge system, the first full 180-degree, interfacing simulators in Canada, to support your learning in a safe environment that provides immediate feedback and customizes based on your approach.
The Addictions and Mental Health postgraduate program at Humber will empower you with the knowledge and skills you need for a rewarding career. Learn to deliver responsive, culturally relevant, client-centered assessment and treatment to diverse individuals and groups. Practice ways to effectively collaborate and transform lives as a valuable part of a professional support team. View program
The Humber Orangeville Community Search and Rescue (HOCSAR) team and four second-year Police Foundation students were recognized by the Orangeville Police Services Board and its police chief earlier this week for their help during a search and rescue operation in the community.
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Join us on April 21, 2016 for the 2nd annual Bachelor of Child and Youth Care Thesis Poster presentations. The presentations will take place from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm in Assembly Hall at Humber Lakeshore Campus.