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The Office of Alumni Relations and Office of Career Services collaborate to offer programs and services to graduates of all ages to help them determine their career paths, their job search plans, or ways to network with other Tigers. Alumni are encouraged to volunteer in support of fellow alumni and current and future Trinity students by participating in the Career Network or browse our career resources for alumni.
The alumni career network and recruitment network provide opportunities to bring future, current, and former Tigers together around education and career information. By providing access to resources, tools, and chapter activities, alumni serve as ambassadors for Trinity, sharing personal accounts of their experiences as students, leaders, and active members of the larger community.
Trinity's premier networking events, Making Connections, take place during winter break each in many locations across the country. The Office of Alumni Relations and the Office of Career Services collaborate with alumni chapters to facilitate connections between students and alumni. From coast to coast, Trinity alumni and students gather to share important career guidance, engage in meaningful interactions and conversations, make or renew friendships, and meet fellow Tigers.
Students and alumni who take part in Making Connections come away not only with actual business cards to follow up with their new alumni contacts, but also with a wealth of resources to help them with career direction and professional growth.
Alumni who serve as volunteers in Trinity's Career Network host the Making Connections events at their homes or in various professional settings in their local chapter areas.
Alumni are encouraged to volunteer in support of fellow alumni and current and future Trinity students by participating in the Career Network, attending a Recruitment Network activity or browse our career resources for alumni.
For more information, contact Elizabeth Ford at nford1 [at] trinity.edu or 210-999-8435.