School of Social & Community Services

The School of Social and Community Services provides pathways for students to pursue a career and make a difference in their community. Outstanding student services, state-of-the-art facilities and practical work placements along with expert faculty made for a rewarding student experience. We are dedicated to delivering more than an education - we are changing lives!

Notable Alumni

from the School of Social & Community Services

Jill Andrew

Child and Youth Worker, 1998
Scholar, Columnist, Activist & Community Change Agent

Jill Andrew is a transformational leader in contemporary culture. She’s an award-winning columnist, public speaker, scholar, student equity advisor, youth, women’s activist, and media consultant... Read more

Kimberly Greenwood

Chief of Police, Barrie Police Service
Police Foundations Leadership, 2008

In 30 years on the force, Kimberley Greenwood moved up the ranks, serving her community with distinction and making important contributions to policing at every level. In 2013, she was named Chief of the... Read more

Jabari Lindsay

Manager, Youth Development, City of Toronto
Social Service Worker, 2001

From front-line worker to program developer to educator, Lindsay has had an influential career helping at-risk youth. He is currently working on a youth equity strategy.

in 2009, Lindsay joined the City... Read more

Daniel McDonald

Deputy Chief, Peel Regional Police
Law and Security Administration, 1978
Advanced Police Science, 1983

Deputy Chief Daniel J. McDonald is a 32 year member of the Peel Regional Police. Rapidly rising through the ranks, Daniel has worked in the Intelligence Bureau, the Criminal... Read more

Mark Saunders

Chief, Toronto Police Service
Police Foundations Leadership, 2008

In April 2015, after 32 years with the Toronto Police Service (TPS), Mark Saunders was appointed Chief of Police, making history as the first black officer to lead the largest municipal police service in Canada. He is... Read more

 

1971

Opening of Humber Storefront

Humber College Store Front

Humber SSCS students and volunteers opened the Storefront in 1971. Over there years we have employed 130 people and provided services to 2000 clients.

 

2007

The launch of our experiential learning spaces

Humber College Experiential Learning Lab

Humber launched our experiential learning spaces, such as the crime scene lab, forensic studio, interview rooms, court room, sim lab, and play labs.

 

2009

The opening of the Centre for Justice Leadership

Humber College Justice Program

Innovative programming to provide police officers and staff with the opportunity to take pathways from diploma to degree while working.

 

2010

The launch of the Bridge Program

Humber College Bridge Program Students

THE BRIDGE is about the transformation which is brought about by African/Black/Caribbean students who are exposed to experiences that empower them to change their self-perception and expand what they believe is possible.

 

2011

Wall of distinguished alumni

Mark Saunders

As you walk into our space you are confronted by graduates who have made an impact on the lives of many.