Trinity alumni play a key role in developing and delivering the programs that help you prepare for success. They serve as mentors, review résumés, conduct practice interviews, and share experiences—both good and bad—in their respective fields.
Bantam Alumni Networking (BAM)—Trinity's Mentoring/Networking Online Community
The Bantam Alumni Mentoring site (or BAM) acts as a vehicle to connect you to people who work in certain fields, hold particular jobs or attend schools in which you might be interested. It allows you the opportunity to gather information, establish contacts and referrals, and acquire “inside” knowledge about a specific career, job type, or graduate program. It is important to remember that BAM is not a job-placement or job-leads service. Alumni/ae are not expected to provide you with referrals to job openings; rather, it is resource for networking. Register for and learn more about BAM
is an online professional networking site with more than 90 million members. We encourage all students to have an account and join the Trinity College, Hartford, CT: Official Alumni Network group. Like BAM, LinkedIn allows students to search for alumni and conect them for networking purposes.
Bantam Boot Camp
Alumni also play a big role in Trinity’s Bantam Boot Camp program. Started in the fall of 2009, Bantam Boot Camp was sparked by Trinity’s large complement of economics students who wanted to pursue careers in finance and consulting. Alumni speakers, interview preparation, student panels, and discussions became key elements of the Boot Camp program. Today the program is designed for all students of any major.
Committed Trinity alumni can be our students’ biggest advocates and advisers. Many provide guidance, networking opportunities, and career direction—in addition to a personal interest.