One Hatch Networking Event on Main Campus

| September 13, 2023
Submitted by Alex Cotoc for DeGroote School of Business
This message does not apply to part-time students.

At Hatch, we are “entrepreneurs with a technical soul.”

Our organization is passionately committed to the pursuit of a better world through positive change. Our experience spans over 150 countries around the world in the metals, energy, and infrastructure sectors. Our global network of 10,000 professionals work on the world’s toughest challenges. To learn more please visit our website.

At our One Hatch Networking Event, you will have an opportunity to network with professionals across all of our sectors and disciplines including Metals, Energy, Infrastructure, Business Practices, Project Delivery, Digital, and Dynamic Earth Solutions. You will learn about Hatch’s diverse and inclusive culture and the breadth of career opportunities we are recruiting for.

Who is Invited?

All New Graduates, Graduating Students and recent Alumni. This event is open to all Faculties.


  • Tuesday, October 3
  • Time: 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
  • Location: CIBC Hall, Student Centre, Main Campus
  • OSCARplus

We look forward to seeing you on campus! Reserve your spot here today.

If you have general questions about this event or session, contact us through the live chat on our website, available Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Click the “Chat with us” button to get started. For support outside of our live chat hours, email

If you have an accommodation need for an event/planned meeting, please email Should you require any materials sent in an alternate/accessible format, please advise.

PLEASE NOTE: This event is being brought to you by the Student Success Centre on Main Campus.

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