Waterloo co-op students have a reputation for standing out among their peers during their work terms. Michelle Wesolowski and Tania Casaluce are no exception. Both were recently recognized at the Fall Hatch Student Showcase, an event hosted by Hatch, an engineering consultancy that hires co-op students from several universities and colleges. Held every semester, the event gives students the chance to showcase their innovations and contributions to the organization.
Michelle Wesolowski (pictured far right), a 3B Geological Engineering student who was on her final work term, took home the event’s top prize for her work with the company’s geoscience team.
“My role offered much variability, assisting my group with many ongoing projects on the provincial, national, and international scene,” says Michelle. “For the Student Showcase, I wanted to display Hatch’s geoscience involvement with many projects. I was happy to teach others about the specialized services our group provides.”