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In October 2020, alumni at the Good Company helped Waterloo throw a new kind of convocation ceremony
In October 2020, alumni at the Good Company helped Waterloo throw a new kind of convocation ceremonyBy Carlos Saavedra and Megan Vander Woude Office of Advancement
This fall, Good Company helped Waterloo offer a Convocation ceremony like none before: a completely virtual event broadcasted live to alumni, their friends and families all over the world.
Amit Mehta (BASc '19), one of Good Company's co-founders, took a break from broadcasting to talk about the changes they've made during the 2020 pandemic and share some advice for new grads. Watch the video to see what he had to say.
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