Humber Launches Pinterest Account

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Humber College delves further into social media to continue to reach students.

Humber College, the leading post-secondary educational institution, has recently launched a Pinterest, the latest social network to gain widespread popularity.

Pinterest is a social networking website that lets users organize and share images, videos and links of the things that they find interesting on the web. Each user account is organized into a pinboards, which help users organize their images by category. Users can choose to create their own boards that highlight the interests and topics that matter to them most. What’s more, Pinterest users can browse each other’s pinboards in order to get inspiration, discover cool new things and increase their following.

Currently, Humber has 13 boards containing a total of 170 pins that it uses to promote its programs, aid its students and prospective students. For example, the Team Spirit board features sports team tryout announcements, student athlete profiles and action shots of Humber athletes during matches. The College Student Recipes board features a collection of delicious and inexpensive meals that students can quickly whip up, saving them time and money. The Award Winning Students board is updated with news each time students and faculty win awards and scholarships.

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About Humber

Humber, a member of Polytechnics Canada, is committed to student success through excellence in teaching and learning. Humber's broad range of career-focused credentials include: bachelor degrees across all disciplines – from degrees in nursing to tourism management degrees. Humber also offers students the opportunity to acquire diplomas, certificates, postgraduate certificates, and also offers apprenticeship training. With 150 full time programs and 200 continuing educations programs to choose from, the 25,000 full-time and 57,000 part-time students of Humber have access to many opportunities for continuous learning.

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