Career development is a fundamental aspect of the student experience at Trinity. Career development begins in the classroom as students acquire career experience and a service ethic through Trinity’s Service Learning Practicum and major-related practicum courses and internships. In fact, some students accumulate as many as 800 hours of service learning across four years of study.
In addition, most students complete a senior capstone course within their major that uniquely prepares them for employment in their field or graduate school. These courses might cover resume and personal statement writing, interviewing skills, professional skills development, and creating a professional portfolio.
In addition to in-class career development, the college presents occasional workshops on relevant topics designed to inform students about various levels of professional development and exploration of graduate study options.