Trinity College is fortunate to have a robust alumni network that plays an active role in supporting career exploration. We believe in the power of the community formed by our exceptional alumni.

Click on the links below to learn about the different ways you can support our efforts:

Hire a Bantam

Your participation is a terrific way to help us expand career opportunities to students and other alumni, an investment that will benefit them now and throughout their future careers. We invite you to actively support students and fellow alumni as they explore career paths, enter the workforce post-graduation, or transition to new careers.

Post a job/internship: Alumni can share opportunities​ with Trinity students and alumni through our career development platform, Handshake. Click here to get started. Click on “Employer” and complete the employer registration form. Be sure to select Trinity College so that you connect with our system directly. With your employer account, you can share information about your company, post job/internship opportunities, and schedule an on-campus recruiting visit.

Refer your Human Resources representative: If your organization has open internships or jobs, but you cannot hire directly, speak with your Human Resources representative about posting to Handshake and connecting with us.

Refer an employer: If you’d like to refer an employer, please share your recommendation with our office. We would love to hear from you! You can also speak with your referral and suggest they post to Handshake directly.

Questions related to posting a job or internship? Please contact Severn Sandt.

Get Involved

Alumni play a critical role in supporting Trinity students as they explore potential careers. Sharing your advice, insights, and experiences has a significant impact on a student’s career development journey. We invite you to partner with us for student-alumni engagement opportunities throughout the year.

Register for The Bantam Career Network (BCN):

The Bantam Career Network (BCN) is a web-based platform that connects alumni to their fellow graduates and current students. Signing up for a BCN account indicates your interest in supporting other bantams through networking and sharing career advice. The BCN provides a platform to offer guidance, pose questions, and join groups based on Trinity affiliations. It also allows you to indicate your availability for informational conversations online, on the phone, and in person.

Students search for alumni based on industry, location, areas of expertise. The BCN will not be the same without you.

Go to http://bcn.trincoll.edu to start networking!

Join us for a Career Community event or program:

  • EXPLORE Series. Join us as a panelist or alumni attendee to share industry-specific career advice and network with students.
  • Career Skills Lab. Lead a skills lab to teach students entry-level industry-specific skills to support their transition into internships and after graduation employment.
  • Employer Treks. Host a career trek at your company, so that students can receive a 360-view of your organization.

If you’re interested in volunteering for any of the above opportunities, please contact Severn Sandt, Assistant Director of Strategic Partnerships and Outreach.

Career Resources

Career Development offers comprehensive, individual advising services to current students and alumni.

Our toolkit below contains our recommendations for navigating the job search or applying to graduate school process as a recent graduate:

Need a copy of your transcript for a job or graduate school application? You can request copies here.​

For further information or to arrange a career coaching appointment with Career Development, please contact us at careers@trincoll.edu or 860-297-2080. We look forward to working with you!​

GET IN TOUCH

Career Development

Center for Student Success and Career Development
Admissions and Career Development Center
First Floor
Main Office: 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Career Studio: M–F, 1:00–5:00 p.m., M 7:00–9:00 p.m. at Peter B's