Humber Students’ Federation held its first ever job fair for paid staff positions with the student government body this past Wednesday at the North campus Student Center.
“The idea behind it is to get as many people applying as possible so we have the best people working for HSF come September,” said HSF communications coordinator Adam Orrico.
The fair provided students with the unique opportunity to interact with the HSF team while identifying the job that would best suit their interests and skillsets.
Civil engineering student Colin Muir feels he is provided with the necessary abilities needed to work at HSF.
“I feel like I would be a good member because I like meeting new people, providing good services to people and making sure everyone at Humber has the best time here,” said Muir.
He believes working for HSF will help him in his life outside of school.
“I think it will help me learn a lot of things in my personal life, for example how to communicate better with people,” said Muir.
As HSF enters a new era, the organization says it is focused on providing an inclusive experience for the entire student body. This job fair sought to accomplish this by casting a wide net of applicants and not looking for a specific type of person.
“This is also a good opportunity for us to meet people and just gauge what type of representation HSF has,” said Orrico. “We just want really good people who want to work hard and care about the brand.”
Going forward, HSF plans to focus on helping students any way that they can and maintaining a positive image throughout the school.
“When people mention HSF we want a good reaction from people and typically that’s what we have been getting so we want to continue that trend,” said Orrico.