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Team Humber Wins Bronze at WorldSkills Abu Dhabi - First time Canada medals in competition

Originally featured on Humber.ca

Recent Humber College graduates, Avery Bird and Theo Willert, are bringing home a bronze medal after competing for four days in the mechatronics competition at WorldSkills in Abu Dhabi.  Team Humber also won The Best of Nation award which is given to the competitors who have the highest standing amongst their country’s or region’s teams.

Team Humber Wins Bronze at WorldSkills Abu Dhabi - First time Canada medals in competition

Originally featured on Humber.ca

Recent Humber College graduates, Avery Bird and Theo Willert, are bringing home a bronze medal after competing for four days in the mechatronics competition at WorldSkills in Abu Dhabi.  Team Humber also won The Best of Nation award which is given to the competitors who have the highest standing amongst their country’s or region’s teams.

How a program retraining Canada’s veterans offers solutions for the mid-career worker

Featured in Ottawa Life Magazine

The world of work as we know it is changing – rapidly.  The “gig economy” and “automation” are just two phenomena shaping our working future.  Jobs are being “unbundled” and tasked out, piecemeal, across the globe.  And emerging technologies are changing the ways we interface with our workplaces.

Polytechnics Canada Welcomes Announcement of new Student Work-Integrated Learning Program (SWILP)

August 28, 2017 – Ottawa – The new federal Student Work-Integrated Learning Program (SWILP), announced today in Toronto by the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, will ensure Canadian post-secondary students are better positioned to secure meaningful employment in their chosen fields of study by providing access to high-quality work experiences while in study.

Sheridan Celebrates Grand Opening of Hazel McCallion Campus Extension

Today marked the official opening of the long-awaited Hazel McCallion Campus (HMC) expansion, a 5-storey, 225,000 square foot building known as the HMC B-Wing that will increase enrolment capacity in Mississauga to over 5,600 students.  The event drew over 200 guests, including provincial and municipal elected officials, donors and industry partners. 

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