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Welcome to the Career Services

Whether you are a student, employer or faculty, we have services to meet your needs. Please explore the site to find helpful resources or contact us for specific inquiries. We are here to help.

Employers

The Humber Career Services would like to build a relationship with you to assist with your hiring needs.

Faculty and Staff

We support your academic programming with career-related handout material, workshops or events!

A program specific Career Advisor can help you with employment and career management strategies and interview techniques. Ready to meet with a Career Advisor?

Make an Appointment with a Career Advisor

News & Events

Transition to Work Event

Transition Employment Success For Students With Disabilities

When: Tuesday, May 2
Time: 8:30am - 1:30pm
Where: North Campus, Community Room, NX111

Come For:
- Career Focused Workshops
- Network with community organizations that provide employment services for people with disabilities

REGISTER NOW: transitiontowork.eventbrite.ca

Better Business Bureau Warns Students About Back-to-School Scams

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is urging postsecondary students to keep an eye out for scams as the fall semester approaches. Several of the common scams highlighted include housing rentals, employment opportunities, and online shopping schemes that involve money transfers or forms of up-front payment.

Evan Kelly of the BBB says [Postsecondary] students are highly susceptible to scams, particularly at this time of year. “They are affected with what is called an optimism bias, which makes them feel very vulnerable and basically [makes them] ignore any safety precautions,” says Kelly.

For more information click this link

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. That’s when he met Valeriya, at Newcomer Advising, who referred him to Humber’s OSLT program and The Mentoring Partnership for newcomers to Canada...
To read about what followed, and to learn more of Jose’s incredible journey, click here: ces.humber.ca

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