Faculty - Media Studies and Information Technology (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – May 25, 2016
Teaching Communications to first year college students is an exhilarating experience. The interaction and discussions with students is great as they challenge me and remind me that I have built a great career and I'm fortunate to give back my mentoring these young communicators.
Peer Tutor (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – April 24, 2016
As a peer tutor you attempt to aid students who are in need of help. I was hired as a programming tutor, and was often asked to provide assistance to students requiring advanced math help. I did my best to fulfill both my responsibilities. As a tutor the hardest thing to remember is to not provide the solution, but to provide the means by which the student might come to the solution on their own. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you bump into someone you have helped, and they take the time to thank you for it.
Public Relations & Administration Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – April 26, 2016
when working for the GDSC department at humber this was a great opportunity for me to really see what it was like to work in a big office but also it was an opportunity for me to better the life for the students on campus. my job was really cool because I got to manage all of the department media and phone calls as well as set up cool events.
Public Relations student (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – April 10, 2016
A good establishment for learning and growing into a professional ready to pursue a career. The skills and experience i have received from attending the school is priceless and will aid me in my career.
Server (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – January 25, 2016
Setting up the table in a proper well arranged way. Everything including glasses, napkins and cups etc should be arranged in a particular proper way for all the set ups. Fun environment. Nice co-workers and very nice boss.
Client Service Agent (Former Employee) – Toronto, Ontario – August 5, 2015
My experience working at humber college as a client service agent/I.T support technician was great place. I got to see several new technology and work with them on a daily basis and trouble shoot many of them. I always had to chance to try new things. Reccommend things on a personal level where i didn't have to restrict myself into teach new things to clients
Intern (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – August 25, 2015
Lot of learning was involved. Learnt the better ways to do the sourcing of materials. Also learnt creative methods through which a window display can be made. Made me realize the problems and the preparations we should have to encounter them.